Well, folks, we’re down to the final four on season 15 of “The Voice,” and, as it turns out, one coach will have no one representing his team during the finals.
During the semi-final, top 8 eliminations, it was slowly revealed which half of the artists would be making it to the finals and which half would be sent home— and the entire time, coach Adam Levine was begging and pleading that his sole contestant, Reagan Strange, would be voted into the Top 4.
After it was revealed that Kirk Jay, Chris Kroeze and Chevel Shepherd had made it to the Top 4, the remaining contestants had to battle it out with Instant Save performances with only one of them being able to advance. This included Team Jennifer’s Kennedy Holmes, Team Adam’s Reagan Strange, and Team Jennifer’s MaKenzie Thomas.
Unfortunately for Adam, his wish was not granted and Reagan was sent home, leaving him with no chance of winning this season. So, alas, the final four stand as follows:
Kirk Jay (Team Blake)
Chris Kroeze (Team Blake)
Chevel Shepherd (Team Kelly)
Kennedy Holmes (Team Jennifer)
Since Blake Shelton has two contestants in the final four, he does have a higher probability of winning the season over his fellow coaches— but let us not forget that coach Kelly Clarkson won last year during her debut season! Tune in next week on NBC to find out who takes home the win!