The Voice Knockouts closed on Tuesday evening with a four-way Knockout between Team Blake’s Taryn Papa, Team Kelly’s Ryan Gallagher, Team Legend’s Julia Cooper and Team Gwen’s Larriah Jackson.
“I don’t know how American is going to decide. We saved all these people. They’re all really good,” John Legend said before the contestants had a chance to perform.
Each of the contestants was previously saved by their coach, and their fate lies within the American public, who will now vote on which contestant they would like to send to the live rounds.
“I saved Taryn because I feel like she could be the one that could fight her way out of this four-way knockout,” Shelton explained.
— The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) November 25, 2020
Papa, who often performs at Shelton’s Ole Red Bar in Nashville, took the stage to perform a powerful rendition of Faith Hill’s “Cry.” Papa showcased her incredible range with her performance, proving once again that she is country through and through.
“She knew she had to swing for the fence…I am cunting on the country music fans out there to get my girl approved for Team Blake,” Shelton pleaded.
Fans can vote now on The Voice App or HERE on the official website. Voting ends on Wednesday at 7 am ET.
The Voice returns to NBC on Monday, November 30 at 8/7 c.