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The Voice Season 4 Eliminations

The Voice returns to NBC tonight with an elimination episode.

On tonight’s double elimination show America will vote to eliminate another 2 artists and the remaining three contestants will move on to compete next week in the finale. Did you watch last night’s show? We did and we recapped it for you RIGHT HERE!

If you missed any of the performances, we have all the VIDEOS… RIGHT HERE!

Just five artists remain on The Voice Season 4: Danielle Bradbery, Amber Carrington, Sasha Allen, Michelle Chamuel and The Swon Brothers. Last night the artists laid it all on the line in a head-to-head singing battle. The remaining artists performed two songs, one they chose and one their coach chose. There were some memorable performances in front of coaches Shakira, Adam Levine, Usher and Blake Shelton as the artists vied for America’s vote and a chance to move on to the finale and one step closer to winning the crown.

We conducted a poll today and 45,83% of our viewers think Amber Carrington will be sent home tonight. 36.11% think it will be Sasha Allen followed by Michelle Chamuel with 6.94% of the votes. If you have not voted in our poll there is still time, GO HERE!

On tonight’s live result show America will vote to eliminate one artist and the remaining three will move on to the next phase of the competition, the finale. Fallout Boy and a trio of former contestants will all perform. Fallout Boy will do their hit single “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light ‘Em Up).” It will also feature a performance by Adam Levine’s season 2 finalist (and Christina Aguilera’s former Mickey Mouse Club buddy) Tony Lucca. He will be debuting his new single “Never Going to Let You Go.”

Tonight’s “Results Show” 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 9PM EST!


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