Who was unfairly eliminated a week before the live final? (POLL) – GoldDerby

The semi-finals of “The Voice” aired Monday, May 15 on NBC, with three artists sent home just a week before the live finale: holly mark of the team Kelly Clarkson, Ray Uriel of the team luck the rapper And Ryley Tate Wilson of the team Niall Horan. Who do YOU ​​think was unfairly eliminated from this group? Vote in our “The Voice” Semi-Finals poll below, then defend your choice in the comments section.

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The unfortunate evictions of Holly, Ray and Ryley on Monday night came as five of their fellow artists heard news to the contrary. West Grace And brides of the team Blake Shelton, D. Smooth from the Kelly team, sisters of Team Chance and Gina Miles from Team Niall all made it into the Top 5 and will now compete to win the American vote and the title of “The Voice”.

Holly Brand (22) of Meridian, Mississippi sang “Mississippi Girl” in the blind auditions and got three chair tricks from Kelly, Chance and Niall, joining Team Kelly. Holly then won her “Lady Like” battle against Katie Beth Forakis. In the knockouts, she performed “Blue Moon of Kentucky” and won over Rachel Christine. Holly’s later solo performances were “Bring On the Rain” (preliminaries) and “Rumor Has It” (semi-finals).

Ray Uriel (24) of Gary, Indiana sang “Glimpse of Us” in the blind auditions and was a chair trick for Team Chance. Ray then won his “Jealous Guy” battle against Noivas. In the knockouts, he performed “Lately” and won over NariYella. Ray’s later solo performances were “Essence” (preliminaries) and “Can You Stand the Rain” (semi-finals).

Ryley Tate Wilson (15) of Montgomery, Alabama sang “Dancing On My Own” in the blind auditions and was a four-chair ride, joining Team Niall. He won the Playoff Pass in Battles for his “Heartbreak Anniversary” performance with Michael B., and thus skipped the knockouts. Ryley’s later solo performances were “When the Party’s Over” (preliminaries) and “Vienna” (semi-finals).

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