Eight became four on Tuesday's episode of The Voice, but there was one big question that needed to be answered:
Did Reagan Strange make it through the vote after the controversy over her not performing in last week's sing-off?
Many fans have been campaigning for Reagan to exit the series because of everything that happened.
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Kirk Jay (Team Blake)
Chevel Shepherd (Team Kelly)
Chris Kroeze (Team Blake)
But who was in the bottom two? Yes, the bottom two are the unlucky ones who do not get a chance at a sing-off.
The unlucky two were Sarah Grace (Team Kelly) and Kymberli Joye (Team Kelly).
It's time to break down the middle three performances because only one of them would get the chance to compete in the finals.
Reagan Strange (Team Adam) - “Wherever You Will Go”
Controversial contestant, Reagan floundered on Monday, and her save me performance was actually worse. Who would have thought it?
The 14-year-old is simply not at the level she needs to be to be at this stage of the competition, and this is partly Adam's fault for keeping her around longer than he should have.
MaKenzie Thomas (Team Jennifer) - “Up to the Mountain”
MaKenzie should not have been in the sing-off. She should have been sent to safety at the top of the installment. Her Monday performance was solid, but she's just not resonating with the viewers who are voting.
Kennedy Holmes (Team Jennifer), “How Do I Live?”
Like Makenzie, Kennedy was another performer at the top of her game. Her performance was elegant, and she had a great stage presence.
There needs to be some changes to the way the votes are cast because this show is quickly falling apart.
In the end, MaKenzie and Reagan were eliminated, leaving Kennedy to advance to the finals.
This means Adam has no more acts left in the competition. Might have had better luck if he didn't throw DeAndre under the bus last week?
The Voice finale gets underway on Monday at 8/7c.