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The 6 remaining singers on ‘The Voice’ gave it their all with two performances on Monday night, but one had to go home. The last of the Instant Saves was used, and the show finally realized that the whole left side of the country wanted to participate as well.
Before we got the eliminations, Kelly Clarkson performed “Underneath The Tree” from her new Christmas album ‘Wrapped In Red.’ She also talked about her pregnancy and announced that her Christmas special will air on NBC next week. Cole Vosbury, Will Champlin and James Wolpert were joined onstage by guitarist Nuno Bettencourt of Extreme to perform their hit “More Than Words.”
The other three contestants, Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee and Matthew Schuler sang “You’ve Got The Love” by Florence + The Machine. Then everyone got together to spread some holiday cheer on “O Holy Night.”
Once again, Adam Levine could go home knowing that he still had two chances of taking the crown as the results left Matthew and James in the bottom 2. After his so-so performance of “When A Man Loves A Woman” and some One Direction song, I knew we’d be voting to save Matt again. Sadly, he just couldn’t repeat the magic of his “Hallelujah” performance, which kind of haunted him these past couple of weeks. So James, Tessane, Will, Jacquie and Cole are in the semi-finals, and they’re all going to have to work extra hard to make it to the finals in two weeks!