On Tuesday night, “The Voice” revealed the singers who have made it to the next round of the competition.
Here’s a breakdown of the contestants who made it into the show’s top nine.
- Cam Anthony
Cam Anthony was the Team Blake singer who secured the most votes from viewers. Anthony has been a favorite from the start. Blake Shelton wanted to coach Anthony so badly that he promised not to add another stylistically similar singer to his team — increasing Anthony’s chances of going far on the show.
- Jordan Matthew Young
Shelton chose to save Jordan Matthew Young, a blues singer who is originally from Roosevelt, Utah. Although Young has been touring and performing for a decade, his career took a hit during the pandemic. When he decided to audition for “The Voice,” Young was making a living fixing guitars and building houses with his dad.
- Rachel Mac
Only one person turned for 16-year-old Rachel Mac during the blind audition round. But now, Mac is the audience favorite on Team Nick. The singer received the most votes from viewers to the move on to the show’s top nine.
“You’re growing exponentially every time we work together, and that’s why I think all of us love this job so much,” Nick Jonas told Mac during the Knockout round.
- Dana Monique
Jonas chose to save Dana Monique, a 41-year-old singer from Houston. Monique has impressed the judges week after week with her passion.
“You should be doing this on all the biggest stages,” John Legend said after the singer performed Ike and Tina Turner’s “Nutbush City Limits” during the Knockout round.
- Victor Solomon
Victor Solomon, a 22-year-old singer from Illinois, is the audience favorite on Team Legend. The singer received the most votes from viewers to move on to the competition’s top nine round.
Solomon has been a contender from the start — his audition marked the first time Legend turned around for a contestant singing one of his songs. Legend complimented Solomon for his rendition of “Glory,” saying that the singer had even made some stylistic choices that were better than the original version.
- Pia Renee
Legend chose to save Pia Renee, a 37-year-old R&B singer from Illinois. When Renee performed “What the World Needs Now is Love” for the Knockout round, Jonas said she had “raised the bar.” For the top 17 round, Renee performed Jazmine Sullivan’s “Need U Bad.”
- Kenzie Wheeler
Kenzie Wheeler — a 22-year-old country singer from Florida whose performing history includes opening for country legend Charlie Daniels — has been a favorite from the start. His audition got a chair turn from all four coaches. Wheeler, who received the most audience votes on Team Kelly, has been on Kelly Clarkson’s team for the entire season.
- Gihanna Zoe
Clarkson chose to save Gihanna Zoe, a 17-year-old singer from California who has been singing since she was 6. Zoe has been with Clarkson from the start of her “Voice” journey, and has impressed the judges with her vocal maturity.
“You have such a big presence, for anyone, but especially a 17-year-old,” Clarkson said during the Knockout round.
- Corey Ward
Corey Ward, a 34-year-old singer from South Carolina, was the winner of Tuesday night’s Instant Save. This season marks Ward’s second time on the show. He didn’t get a chair turn when he auditioned for Season 19, but this time around, he has found a fan in Clarkson.
“I love a passionate performer, and you are that,” Clarkson said during Ward’s audition. “A lot of people can sing, but not a lot of people can move me.”