It’s Crunch Time For The Top 10 Constants of NBC’s “The Voice” – Here’s What Went Down on Tonight’s Live Show

Celeb Secrets spoke to NBC’s The Voice top 10 as they geared up to hit the stage.

THE VOICE -- "Live Top 10" Episode 1517A -- Pictured: (l-r) Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Blake Shelton -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

We’re officially down to the top 10 on NBC’s The Voice!

The Top 10 includes Team Blake’s Dave Fenley, Chris Kroeze, and Kirk Jay; Team Adam’s Reagan Strange and DeAndre Nico; Team Kelly’s Chevel Shepherd, Kymberli Joye, and Sarah Grace; Team Jennifer’s MaKenzie Thomas and Kennedy Holmes. And for tonight’s show (Monday, December 3) every single constant gave it their all!

THE VOICE — “Live Top 10” Episode 1517A — Pictured: Chevel Shepherd — (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

Kennedy Holmes (Team Jennifer) kicked things off with an amazing rendition of Meghan Trainor’s “Me Too.” Towards the end of her performance, all 4 judges gave the 13-year-old a standing ovation!

Reagan Strange (Team Adam) was next to hit the stage with Faith Hill’s “Cry.” Blake Shelton told her that she did an amazing job and admitted he was still upset over Reagan not picking him as her coach.

“I’m still not over that,” he said.

Sarah Grace (Team Kelly) came out playing the trumpet as she put a different spin to “Amazing Grace” by Judy Collins. Per usual, the 14-year-old shut it down with her performance.

Kymberli Joye (Team Kelly) chose “Oceans (Where My Feet May Fail”) by Hillsong United and it was powerful to say the less. Kelly Clarkson admitted that Kymberli nailed it 100 percent!

Chris Kroeze (Team Blake) performed “Callin’ Baton Rouge” by The Oak Ridge Boys and the country singer almost brought his coach to tears after his set. Blake told him Chris he was “so proud” of him.

Dave Fenley (Team Blake) gave us a Country-Rock of “When You Say Nothing At All” by Alison Krauss.

DeAndre Nico (Team Adam) not only brought his vocal game but also his dance moves as he performed “That’s What I Like” by Bruno Mars. Coach Adam even said it was a great fit for him!

Chevel Shepherd (Team Kelly) sang “You’re Looking at Country” and the 16-year-old impressed every single judge. Kelly even said she “can be a country star right now.”

Kirk Jay (Team Blake) gave us an emotional performance of “Tomorrow” by Chris Young. “That was by far the most pivotal performance of the entire competition,” Blake told Kirk after her made everyone fall off the edge of their seat.

Lastly, MaKenzie Thomas (Team Jennifer) picked “Because You Loved Me” by Celine Dion. “This is the first secular song I performed out of church,” she admits, meaning it’s the first non-gospel song she’s singing outside of church and to us, it was absolutely beautiful.

On tomorrow’s results show, the Top 10 will become the Top 8, and each contestant will perform live in front of coaches Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton for America’s vote. The artists will even team up for competitive mashup duets!

Learn more about the Top 10’s experience on Season 15 of The Voice by watching our backstage interviews in the playlist below. 

The Voice Season 15 - Top 10 Interviews

  1. Kennedy Holmes on Why She Wanted to Audition for THE VOICE | Top 10, Season 15
  2. MaKenzie Thomas Shares Her Pre-Show Ritual Before Performing on THE VOICE | Top 10 Live Show
  3. DeAndre Nico Reveals Biggest Lesson He's Learned from Coach Adam Levine | The Voice Top 10, S15
  4. Kymberli Joye Says Being on THE VOICE Gives Her the Power to Be Herself | Top 10, S15

Written by Lupe LLerenas

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