The Voice Recap: The Bid For The Wild Card

Free from the wrath of America’s votes were Team Adam’s Chris Jamison and Matt McAndrew and Team Blake’s Craig Wayne Boyd, who were ushered into the top three straight away. There was no surprise with McAndrew and Boyd—both are indestructible frontrunners, and if they keep doing what they’ve been doing, they’re likely to be the last two standing.

Top 3
Chris Jamison (Team Adam)
Craig Wayne Boyd (Team Blake)
Matt McAndrew (Team Adam)

Eliminated (at least temporarily)
Taylor John Williams (Team Gwen)
Damien (Team Adam)

Wild Card Performances

Reagan James hopes to be a comeback kid, singing “Put Your Records On” for a slot in the finals.

Jessie Pitts returns to The Voice stage to sing her wildcard song, “Zombie.”

Ryan Sill shoots for a spot in the finals with his wildcard song, “Marry Me.”–4JX7DE

Anita Antoinette takes her shot at the finals with “Waiting on the World to Change.”

Taylor John Williams makes his finals bid with a wildcard performance of Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game.”

Damien looks to secure a spot in the final four with his wildcard performance of “Grenade.”

Sugar Joans hopes to land a spot in the finals with her version of “Back to Black.”

Luke Wade is back, delivering a wildcard performance of “Have a Little Faith in Me.”

DaNica Shirey returns to The Voice stage for her wildcard performance, “Without You.”

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