December 11, 2012 07:12 PM by Shayla Perry
After their emotional performances from last night, the four remaining artists — Team Blake‘s Cassadee Pope and Terry McDermott, and Team Cee Lo’s Nicholas David and Trevin Hunte — learned who was saved from elimination, and whose time on The Voice has come to an end. Well…. Not the end, because like some of Season 2′s fan favorites who graced the stage tonight, they’ll probably be back next season; but you get the idea. Who was sent home? Find out after the jump.
If you’re reading this instead of watching the overly drawn out one-hour results show on NBC tonight — congratulations! You saved yourself from several commercial breaks, unnecessary, banter, and dramatic…pauses from Carson Daly. All to find out which of the 4 remaining artists was being sent home, which you can easily find out by reading this post in waaay under an hour (here’s a secret — it’ll take you even less time if you skip to the bottom).
But, what you did miss was the much anticipated return of Season 2 finalist, Juliet Simms, along with RaeLynn, Chris Mann, and Tony Lucca (although we felt a bit cheated not getting to hear Tony sing).
First, Terry and Cassadee got together for the first time singing “Little Talks.” We love, love, LOVE, seeing the chemistry between these two teammates, and unlike the majority of the duets and group performances during the live shows, the song choice and their voices really worked well.
Then, the moment we were waiting for…(the first one, anyway) Juliet Simms hits the stage with her new single “Wild Child,” and suddenly we’re taken back to Season 2 and all of the wonderful feelings we got hearing her awesome, gritty voice.
Unfortunately, her performance was followed by one of the moments we always dread each Tuesday (though probably not as much as the contestants do themselves)… The 4 artists are brought centerstage, where Terry McDermott learns that he’s the first to be saved by America’s votes.
Up next, Season 2 finalist from Team Blake, RaeLynn returns with her single, “Boyfriend.” Her performance was pretty good, but we’re still gushing over Blake Shelton watching her like a proud papa.
Team Christina alum, Chris Mann is the next to take us down memory lane, singing his new single, “Roads.”
After Cassadee is saved — which really doesn’t surprise us, since having two artists from the same team left standing is far more dramatic — Nicholas and Trevin have to collect themselves enough to sing Mariah Carey’s “Hero” together. BTW, definitely a song more suited for Trevin, than Nicholas, who seemed to have a little trouble with the ballad.
FINALLY, Nicholas and Trevin are centerstage together and after waaay too many words from the coaches, Trevin Hunte is sent home, making Nicholas David the last man standing on Team Cee Lo.
What did you think of the results of tonight’s show? Did America get it right? Who do you think will take home the grand prize next week — Terry, Cassadee, or Nicholas? Sound off in the Comments section below.
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