With the Knockouts over, “The Voice” has its Top 20. All four coaches of the reality music competition have decided who they want to keep for the final rounds. Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams have decided season 9’s top 20.
In the last Knockout, Mark Hood was announced victorious over Siahna Im who is now out of the competition. B.B. King’s “Stand by Me,” made Hood stand victorious. Siahna made her presence felt with Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black.” While many feel that she was the best of the night. Pharrell must have shared a different opinion, as Hood was chosen over her.
James Dupre and Shelby Brown was the next to have a faceoff. Shelby sang “Jesus Take The Wheel” and she was incredible. James sang “Sure Be Cool If You Did,” a song by Coach Blake. He nailed it. However, Adam chose Shelby as the contestant to stay in the show.
Jeffrey Austin and Kota Wade were up from Gwen’s team. Jeff performed “Turning Tables” by Adele while Kota performed “Barracuda.” Jeffrey won the competition and became part of the final 20.
Emily Ann Roberts and Nadjah Nicole were up for the next battle. Emily sang “Cowboy Take Me Away” by the Dixie Chicks while Nicole performed Alicia Keys’ “A Woman’s Worth.” Emily Ann won the competition.
Evan McKeel and Tim Atlas were paired by Pharrell, and in the end, Evan won. The Top 20 of “The Voice” season 9 are Jordan Smith, Keith Semple, Shelby Brown, Blaine Mitchell, Amy Vachal, Emily Ann Roberts, Zach Seabaugh, Barrett Baber, Ivonne Acero, Morgan Frazier, Braiden Sunshine, Jeffery Austin, Korin Bukowski, Viktor Karaly, Regina Love, Darius Scott, Evan McKeel, Madi Davis, Mark Hood and Riley Biederer.