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Predictions for The Voice Final Four

Guess who’s back, back again… It’s The Voice! Season 12 premiered Monday, February 27 and it’s safe to say that it came back with a bang. While there aren’t any new coaches this season, this marks the first time Adam Levine, Alicia Keys, Gwen Stefani, and Blake Shelton are all together. Like always, the coaches are bringing the entertainment and putting up a fight because this season has some serious talent.

We were blessed with the Adam/Blake bromance, the Gwen/Blake romance, and the Zen-Queen Alicia Keys, spreading her love to everyone she meets. After a three-night premiere, it’s clear that this season is going to be a good one. Although all of the contestants are amazing of course, only one can win. With that being said, I thought I’d share with you who I think will make it to the final four.



The first audition of the night garnered the coveted four-chair turn. Joshua Hunter, aka JChosen, made the audience, and Alicia, swoon with his cover of “Sexual Healing.” Not only does Hunter have a beautiful voice, but he also seems to have a great personality. And I mean, come on, who doesn’t love a great personality? Clearly, all of the judges do because it was just short of a full-on brawl to claim JChosen on their team. Ultimately, he made the choice to go Team Gwen—which shocked even the coach herself. Stay tuned to see what else JChosen is going to grace us with.


Johnny Hayes

As the saying goes, “If at first you don’t succeed, try again.” Though Johnny Hayes didn’t get a turnaround on his Season 11 audition, he managed to catch the ears of both Adam and Gwen with his dynamic performance of Otis Redding’s “Try a Little Tenderness”. I personally love this song so I was basically hooked at the start of the music. When he started singing, I practically lost it. As a member of Adam’s team, Johnny is absolutely a candidate to watch and will definitely be a tough one to beat.


Felicia Temple

Formerly known as “Felicia Keys,” Felicia is a cancer-beating nurse who gave a fun and powerful rendition of “All I Could Do Was Cry”. Her performance turned the chairs of Alicia, Gwen, and Blake (what Adam was doing, who knows), but once Felicia revealed her alter ego, the other two coaches knew they didn’t stand a chance. To make matters even worse for Blake and Gwen—but totally mindblowing the audience, Alicia graced the audience with an Alicia/Felicia duet. I think it’s obvious Felicia joined Team Alicia so watch out people, the Alicia/Felicia duo is looking pretty unstoppable.


Casi Joy

The final artist to perform in the three nights of blind auditions was Casi, and she wowed the audiences with her rendering of LeAnn Rimes’ “Blue”. While yodeling typically is NOT my thing, I was surprisingly really into Casi’s performance. Trust me when I say, it was not your typical yodel. There’s just something about her voice that’s just so damn good. Naturally, her choice of a country/yodeling song led to a spot on Team Blake. But really, don’t let the yodeling throw you off—this girl can sing.


I can’t wait to see this season unfold!

Victoria is a Houston native who obsessed with all things fashion, food, music, and TV. She is a marketing student at Hofstra University who enjoys reading fashion blogs and magazines, and checking out the latest museum exhibit in NYC. Victoria’s favorite things to do are travel, explore NYC, attend concerts, and of course shop and eat (preferably in the same day). Victoria loves sharing her advice and experiences with you and hopes you enjoy them too!
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