Cabello, Latifah, Barrymore, more attend the Power of Women event
Camila Cabello, Queen Latifah and Drew Barrymore were among the honorees at Variety’s annual Power of Women event in New York. (6th of May)
The semifinals on “The Voice” will have a solid mix of its star coaches’ protégés.
Coaches Blake Shelton, Camila Cabello, John Legend and Gwen Stefani each landed singers in the top 8 of the semifinals during the third round of live eliminations on Tuesday night.
Team Blake singer body and Team Legend Omar Jose Cardona scored spots in the semifinals, while Team Gwen’s Justin Aaron also secured America’s vote.
But it was Team Camila who managed an undeniable triumph when it was revealed that Morgan Myles, the last remaining singer on Cabello’s team, had progressed to the next round of the competition.
Myles made sure to give a warm shoutout to his fans, the Mylestones, who chose his performance song on Monday night.
“My Mylestones have definitely stood by me through some really interesting times,” Myles said. “It just means so much that you still care about me and you still want to hear music. … I love you.”
Here’s what else went down during Tuesday’s episode.
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Blake Shelton leads the pack with 3 singers in the semi-finals
Team Blake singers Brayden Lape and Bryce Leatherwood sailed into next week’s live show, joining the body in the top 8, thanks to the strength of viewers’ votes, while Rowan Grace found herself in the bottom three.
“I think ‘The Voice’ has asked me to be only one thing, and that’s Bryce Leatherwood,” Leatherwood said. “That’s all I want to be and that’s all I want to be for the rest of my career.”
Parijita Bastola grabbed another semi-final spot for Team Legend, leaving teammate Kim Cruse to sing for the coveted Instant Save.
Meanwhile, Team Gwen’s Kique was up for elimination for the second week in a row, rounding out the bottom three with Grace and Cruse.
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‘The voice’: Bryce Leatherwood finds himself in the bottom 4 after Blake Shelton saved Rowan Grace
Gwen Stefani says ‘it would be a shame’ not to give Kique the instant save
The bottom three singers left their hearts on stage for one last chance to advance to the semi-finals.
Grace delivered a serious cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide,” while Cruse delivered a passionate rendition of “Believe” by Brooks & Dunn.
Kique shot for redemption again with a soulful performance of Leon Bridges’ “River” that reminded Coach Stefani of his powerful artistry.
“It’s very rare to come across an artist that young (who) is so unique in his singing style,” said Stefani of Kique. “You can just understand his whole personality through his unique voice, and America, it would be a shame if you don’t vote through Kique.”
But it was Team Legend singer Cruse who won the Instant Save and grabbed the final spot in the semi-finals.
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