Both were topsy. And A turvy three months of competition, one heartbreaking loss (Kim Kruse) after another (Parigita Bastola), an early departure for Gwen Stefani’s entire team, the Fakemans cut (between rookie coach Camila Cabello and competitor Jaden Luke) to roughly a zillion. Promotions for Carson Daly and Blake Shelton’s new show and The Hurts of One Unlucky Goat. But in the end The voice On Tuesday, he announced the winner of the 22nd season.
Based on the polls that followed TVLine’s final five recaps of Monday’s shows, most of you were hoping that a member of Team Blake would be awarded the title — and keep out He will also be. But it was arguably the best night of his teammate Bryce Leatherwood in the final sing-off; Plus, the rest was a country-very-country act. Team John legend Omar Jose Cardona made a convincing play for the crown with his stunning cover of Queen, and the band’s Camilla Morgan Miles finished strong with a rendition of Little Big Town’s “Girl Crush.” As for Team Blake’s Brayden Lappe… hey, his hair looks terrible.
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Before we find out which of the finalists won, we were treated to a star-studded show. Among the highlights is a reprise of “I Don’t Care” (full of whistling that’s hard to imagine), with Adam Lambert amping up Duran Duran’s “Ordinary World” by 1,000 percent (and giving an amazing performance). (for the LGBTQ+ community and the victims of the horrific Colorado Springs shooting) and Maluma is serving two hits (while backup dancers can do cardio in leather suits).
But wait, there was more. in order to. a lot of. More. Maybe we can do without Howie Mandel teaching Camilla how to be funny and silly Blake/Joe. An unusual couple skit that continued Forever. However, on the bright side, a girl named Tom, as great as ever, returns to wish for “one more Christmas” with their dead father and reminds us why they deserve to be rich for their 21st season win, as Breland has taught the future contestants of all the competition’s winners. In Lowkey-Arif “For What Happened” and Blake (who was A so true Busy Night) teamed up with the ubiquitous Ken Brown to sing “Different Man” on Wheel of Fortune and had me spinning just watching. Finally, Kelly Clarkson, who returns to her wheelchair for Season 23, asks, “Santa, can’t you hear me?” she asked her. He was in spirit to hope that he did.
As always, we’ve got plenty of coach/competitive players as well. How did they get off? Rather like this…
Bryce Leatherwood and Blake Shelton, “Hillbilly Bone” — Bryce’s rating: B+ |
Is it just me or has Bryce changed his star quality? way Is it up this week? Here, Coach stood with Trace Adkins, who usually does this single, loose and playful and a deep voice that could have come from his ankles. Fun stuff – and a better contestant/singer match than anyone else.
Omar Jose Cardona & John Legend, “Signed, Sealed, Given (I’m Yours)” — Omar Class: B |
Dressed in the entire reflective passage The voiceIn Michael’s neighborhood, Omar looks perfectly fine with him and his coach, Stevie Wonder’s team. The number left no room for the vocal pyrotechnics that made Omar so competitive. It’s better than “good”.
Brayden Lappe & Blake Shelton, “Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow” – Brayden’s Class: D |
After Blake rocked his teenage heart, from their football team haircuts to skinny jeans, the two faced Alan Jackson’s tap, Brayden often seemed unsure of when to come in and when to come in, and when he did, he made a good noise. … you know.
Morgan Miles & Camila Cabello, “Never Be The Same” – Morgan Grade: A- |
Camilla’s voice is a delight to hear next to a Morgan whiskey toast – and it mostly works. More importantly, while John’s song choice gave him a chance to shine more than Omar, Camilla’s choice of her own song still allowed Morgan to shine.
Bodie and Blake Shelton, “God’s Country” – Body Part: A |
Hmm. He did all of them Do you choose trainer data from competitors? Ahead of his and Blake’s match with the trainer, he told us that he’d “slap it” as his own body of choice. Onstage, the man slapped back and belted out alt-rock vocals for a country-rock number. It takes a lot to match Blake’s intensity on this song, but by god, the body did it.
And in real time, we learned that viewers voted…
The fifth place
Brayden Lappe (Team Blake)
The fourth place
Omar José Cardona (Team Legend)
Bodie (Team Blake) and Morgan Miles (Team Camilla)
Season 22 winner
Bryce Leatherwood (Team Blake)
So, what did you think of Chapter 22? Are you satisfied with the result? Give it a final rating and hit the comments with your thoughts.
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