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The Voice Season 3 “Live Semifinal Performances” Recap 12/10/12

<The Voice Season 3 “Live Semifinal Performances” Recap 12/10/12strong>The Voice returns tonight to NBC with the and we are in the Semi-Finals. The top four artists will perform live in front of coaches Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, CeeLo Green and Blake Shelton for America’s vote and a place in the Finals. Did you watch last week’s performance show? We did and we recapped it for you here!

During last Tuesday night’s elimination show, both Amanda Brown and Melanie Martinez were given the boot by the home audience. We were shocked by their elimination but we realized the votes are never cast for the best singer; they are, instead, cast for the most popular person and the contestant with the most interesting back story and/or archetype. The history of reality television almost always repeats itself, as fans of shows never really deviate from their set voting blocs.

On tonight’s show The Voice – Semi-Finals begin – the top four artists, Terry McDermott, Trevin Hunte, Cassadee Pope and Nicholas David will perform to try to get a place in the Finals. Also Michel Bublé will team with artists for his new song “Christmas, Baby Please Come Home.” Coach Blake Shelton will be joined by his team for a rendition of “White Christmas.”

Then on tomorrow’s show three of last season’s competitive artists will perform. Mann will sing his new hit “Roads” while Simms will offer her new song “Wild Child” and RaeLynn will perform her own new song in “Boyfriend.” In addition, the top four artists from the current cycle will be paired to perform duets on the December 11 show.

Tonight’s “Live Semi-Final Performances” episode 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!

THE VOICE SEASON 3 LIVE SEMIFINAL PERFORMANCES RECAP HERE!


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angela wright | December 10th, 2012

i love them all they should all win .