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The Voice Final Playoffs With Team Usher

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Team Usher was the last team to go into playoffs on The Voice. Usher had to pick his top three to move on to the live shows.

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T.J. Gets Funky

T.J. Wilkins entertained the audience with “Tell Me Something Goods” by Chaka Chan and Rufus. The judges like his performance. Blake thought he started the show off great and set the bar high with his energetic performance.


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Melissa Strips Down Beyonce

Melissa Jiménez took a big risk with her arrangement of “Halo” to showcase her voice.  Melissa’s performance revealed her strengths as well as her weaknesses. Adam thought there were good moments and there were some moments that were troubled.


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Stevie Jo Sings The Blues

Stevie Jo chose “The Thrill Is Gone” by BB King. Blake said Stevie “nailed the singing part.” Shakira thinks that every time he gets on the stage he shows them something new. Usher believed his performance and admires his growth.


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Wild Horses With Bria Kelly

Bria Kelly went rock when she picked the Rolling Stones Hit. Adam wishes he would have won her in the blind auditions and was pleased to say she is back after a rocky battle round. Usher said she made it her own and took everyone to the place where they first heard the song with the meaning behind it.


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Josh Kaufman Had Best Performance Of The Night

Josh sang “It Will Rain” by Bruno. Adam believes Josh has an “incredible unique voice.” Blake said Josh is one of the best singers on The Voice and his wife’s (Miranda Lambert) favorite singer.


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Usher’s Top Three

Bria Kelly was the first to advance to the top 12. Usher then picked Josh Kaufman because there is a story yet to be told. His final selection was T.J. Wilkins.

Ashley Rae, new media journalist, beginning her career in television in 2007 at Comcast Television. She started freelance writing in summer of 2013 for local newspapers and is a video journalist for Lareena Larue. Ashley Rae has a B.A. in Communication/Electronic Media from the University of Michigan and a M.A. in New Media Journalism from Full Sail University.