WATCH: Girl Named Tom Stuns with Fleetwood Mac Cover on ‘The Voice’ Finale
Will Girl Named Tom win The Voice? The final nights of NBC’s The Voice Season 21 are upon us! Monday…
Girl Named Tom; Photo by Trae Patton, NBC
Will Girl Named Tom win The Voice?
The final nights of NBC’s The Voice Season 21 are upon us! Monday evening’s show kicked off with the Top 5 performing with hopes to secure fan votes and ultimately be crowned winner of The Voice.
Team Kelly’s Girl Named Tom, a sibling trio from Pettisville, Ohio, first took the stage to perform Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain.”
Josh, Caleb, and Bekah Liechty delivered one of their best performances of the season as they showcased their three-part harmonies with their rendition of the 1977 hit.
— The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) December 14, 2021
Backed by a live band and stellar production, including smoke machines, Girl Named Tom, proved to be an standout in the finale.
“They just killed Fleetwood Mac, y’all…Vote for ’em,” Kelly Clarkson gushed following their performance.
Twitter users erupted with praise as well.
“This was in a class by itself,” one viewer declared, while another fan of The Voice wrote, “They are just sheer perfection, every single time they open their mouths.”
Girl Named Tom joined Team Kelly after auditioning with “Helplessly Hoping” by Crosby, Still and Nash.
— Kelly Clarkson (@kellyclarkson) December 14, 2021
Joining Team Kelly’s Girl Named Tom in the finale are Team Kelly’s Hailey Mia, Team Blake’s Wendy Moten and Paris Winningham and Team Legend’s Jershika Maple.
During the first night of the finale, each contestant was tasked to perform one new ballad dedicated to someone important to them and one up-tempo song.
Fans can vote for their favorite contestant beginning Monday, December 13 at 8/7c by voting on The Voice‘s official app or online at HERE.
The Voice finale returns on Tuesday evening to crown the winner.
The star-studded show will also feature performances by Jennifer Lopez, Carrie Underwood with John Legend, Alicia Keys, Walker Hayes, Ed Sheeran, Keke Palmer with Tori Kelly and Coldplay.
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