Two more singers were sent home on “The Voice” (airing Tuesday May 28, 2013) and the Top 6 artists were revealed in tonight’s results show. There was plenty of drama as the night got underway. Usher and Shakira were down to one artist each and could be eliminated from the competition and the iTunes top 100 showed three different acts all charting near the bottom.
Sheryl Crow along with members of Team Blake took the stage first to sing “Easy.” They were followed by Judith Hill and Michelle Chamuel singing “Sweet Nothing” by Calvin Harris.
After the first coach’s interviews and songs were done, it was time to get down to business as Michelle Chamuel was announced as safe. This was not a big shocker. Her song from last night made it into the Top 20 of the iTunes Top 100 and nearly cracked the top 10.
Next up Sasha Allen and The Swon Brothers sang Jason Aldean’s song “Don’t You Wanna Stay.”
After the break, Carson announced that Danielle Bradbery was also safe. This too was not a surprise. For the third week in a row her song broke into the Top 10 on the iTunes chart. She has the most Twitter followers of any artist on the show and has a ton of momentum.
Danielle Bradbery then celebrated moving into the Top 6 by singing “A Thousand Years” with Sarah Simmons.
Sasha Allen was then announced as safe and moving on. This was a huge shock after her average performance last night and low ranking downloads. Shakira went crazy with excitement for her artist.
Amber Carrington and Holly Tucker took the stage next and kicked up some country fun with Reba’s “Does He Love You.”
Carson then announced that the fourth act that was safe and moving on was The Swon Brothers.
This leaves four singers and two spot left. After some commercials and drama we get back-to-back announcements as Amber Carrington then Holly Tucker were both announced as safe.
This means Judith Hill and Sarah Simmons were both eliminated.
I’m not terribly surprised with Judith. For some reason people just aren’t buying her songs, but I thought her fans would push her through for one more week. Sarah is a bit of a shock. She charted in the middle of the pack this week, but I thought her performance last night was a little odd.
The Top 6 remaining singers on “The Voice” will take the stage again next Monday to once again sing for survival as we move one step closer to finding out who the winner of season 4 will be.
Recapping “The Voice” Top 6:
The Swon Brothers