The Voice Season 3 “Live Results Show” Recap 11/20/12

The Voice Season 3 “Top 10, Live Results” Recap 11/20/12The Voice returns to NBC with a whole new episode. On tonight’s elimination show America will vote to eliminate two artists from each team and the remaining eight will move on to the next phase of the competition. Did you watch last night’s show? We did and we recapped it here for you! Did you miss any of the performances, if you did you can see all the video’s here.

Last night, the top 10 artists performed live in front of coaches Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, CeeLo Green and Blake Shelton for America’s vote and a chance to move on to the elite eight. On of our favorite artists of last night was Scottish rocker Terry McDermott’s performance of Summer of 69 by Bryan Adams. Christina thought it was a spot on performance. She also loves how he sings on his tippy toes. Cee Lo thinks Terry reminds him of everything that he loves about music. Adam gets angry watching Terry because he so badly wanted him on his team, but that said he loved it.

Our second favorite artist was Cody Belew is going to take the stage to perform Beyonce’s Crazy in Love and I have to admit the practice bits are making me want to hear this. Definitely worth the anticipation. It was fun and Cody certainly found his groove with this. He kind of reminded me of Adam Lambert here. Adam thought he was really cocky in an awesome way. Christina thought he worked it like a true diva. Who was your favorite of last night?

On the November 20 program, country music’s best-selling vocal group Rascal Flatts joins the artists to perform their hit song “Changed” while Levine and Aguilera join their teams for special performances. By the end of the evening two artists will be eliminated.

Tonight’s “Live Top 10 Results” is going to be an exciting one, which you won’t want to miss. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of NBC’s The Voice – tonight at 8PM EST!


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