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  1. You may have lost your religion but that isn't the only thing you lost. You had trouble with one of your fellow coaches You had a tough journey to get into this finale with one of the worst coaches One of the first groups to make Live Shows.
  2. yeah i agree with all of that. I feel Kenzie would've benefitted from six weeks of live.
  3. 80. Josh Gallagher (Season 11 and 4th Place) He started his journey singing Stay a Little Longer by Brothers Osborne. He managed to get Alicia and Blake to turn for him. He obviously picked Blake Shelton. Then Blake paired him with Blaine Long to sing Stranger in My House by Ronnie Milsap. He won the battle and sang My Maria by B.W. Stevenson in the knockouts. This had him lose his knockout and got stolen by Team Adam. Then on Team Adam in the playoffs, He did Colder Weather by Zac Brown Band which helped him get the Public Vote to move on to the top 12. Then in top 12, he did Why by Jason Aldean which helped him move on to the top 11. He also performed with Team Adam doing For What It's Worth by Buffalo Springfield. Top 11 is where he did Drunk on Your Love by Brett Eldredge and he was able to move on to the top 10. Then in top 10, he did Real Good Man by Tim McGraw which helped him move on to the semifinals. For his Semifinals song, he did Danny's Song by Loggins and Messina which landed him in the middle 3. He also sang with Sundance Head doing Feelin Alright? by Traffic. In the Instant Save, He did I Drive Your Truck by Lee Brice which helped propel him into the finale. Then he sang an original for his finale first called "Pick any Small Town" which was his only performance to reach ITunes that night. Then Adam and Him did the weirdest song choice which is Smooth by Rob Thomas and Santana which was the farthest choice for Josh to sing. His final performance was Jack & Diane by John Cougar Mellencamp. On Finale results night, he brought back Austin Allsup and Brendan Fletcher to sing My Kinda Party by Jason Aldean. Then for his guest performer, he got Cam to sing Burning House in the finale. I feel he didn't deserve to make finale over artists like Ali Caldwell. Favorite Performance: Danny's Song (Top 8 ) Clue Hint: This isn't the first time you went against one of your opponents. (He went against Sundance in the knockouts then in the finale to try to win the crown.) 79. Kenzie Wheeler (Season 20 and 2nd place) He started his journey and sang Don't Close Your Eyes by Keith Whitley and turned all four chairs while Kelly blocked Blake for him and was an oncurring joke the whole season long. He picked Team Kelly and went against JD Casper singing Fishin in the Dark by Nitty Gritty Band where he won and moved on to the knockouts. Then he went with Beer Never Broke My Heart by Luke Combs and won his knockout to make it to Team Kelly's Playoffs Team. Then he moved on to the playoffs where he did Red Dirt Road by Brooks and Dunn and he got the Public Vote to move on for Team Kelly. Then in the semifinals, he did He Stopped Loving Her Today by George Jones which is a classic but not done well acoording to minivan. Kenzie,Cam Anthony, and Corey Ward all joined together for a duet to sing Fooled Around and Fell in Love by Elvin Bishop. Then Kenzie got a public vote to make the finale. Then he decided for his "Artistry song" would be Heartland by George Strait. His dedication song was The Keeper of the Stars by Tracy Byrd which was one of his strongest performances. For his final performance, he performed with Kelly Clarkson and did When You Say Nothing At All by Keith Whitley and he also got to perform with Kelsea Ballerini on results night. I feel he would be one to benefit from six weeks of lives since he was very stiff on stage and if he had a few extra week, it could help him move around more on stage. Favorite Performance: The Keeper of the Stars (Finale) Clue Hint: Beer may never broke your heart but it didn't help you win either (He sang "Beer Never Broke Your Heart" but he also was so close to winning but he didn't.) 78. Chris Mann (Season 2 and 4th place) He started his journey doing Because we Believe by Andrea Bocelli and turned only Christina and Cee Lo but picked Christina to be his coach. Then Christina paired him against Monique Benabou who sang The Power of Love by Celine Dion where Chris moved on to the live shows. In the first live show, he got Bridge over Troubled Water by Simon and Garfunkel where he got a public vote to move on to the next live show. Then he did Viva La Vida by Coldplay which got him the public vote to the semifinals. Then Team Christina sang Fighter by Team Xtina. Then he did "Ave Maria" which got him the public vote to the finale. Then Team Blake and Team Kelly did The Edge of Glory by Lady Gaga together. Then Christina and Chris Mann did the Prayer by Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli in the finale as their coach duet. Then for the coach tribute, he did the Voice Within by his fellow coach Christina Aguilera. His final performance was You Raise Me Up by Josh Groban which only got him 4th place. He also brought back Katrina Parker and Lindsay Pavao to sing Bitter Sweet Symphony by the Verve. He also got to sing Rich Girl with Hall and Oates with fellow finalists: Jermaine Paul, Tony Lucca and himself. He is this low because I have never cared too much about Opera and I'm very picky with what opera I like. Favorite Performance: You Raise Me Up (Finale) Clue Hint: We Raise you up but fourth place is as high as you will go. (he sang You Raise Me Up but he got fourth place in the show.) 77. Vicci Martinez (Season 1 and 3rd/4th place) Vicci Martinez was on the original season of the voice. She started her journey with Rolling in the Deep by Adele. She managed to get Cee Lo and Christina to turn and she picked Cee Lo. Then in the battles, she went against Niki Dawson singing Perfect by P!nk. She won her battle and moved on to the lives. In the first round of lives, she did Jolene by Dolly Parton. She got the public vote and made it to the semifinals. She also perform with Team Cee Lo doing Everyday People by Sly and the Family Stone. Then in the semifinals, she did Dog Days are Over by Florence and the Machine. In the Finale, she sang "Afraid to Sleep" by herself since it is a original. Her final performance was Love is a Battlefield by Pat Benetar with Cee Lo Green. She also got to perform with the lead singer of Train doing Drops of Jupiter. She had such a short journey with not a bunch of standouts. Favorite Performance: Dog Days are Over (Semifinals) Clue Hint: You may be perfect but you couldn't win the show. (She sang perfect and came so close to winning) Feel Free to leave your thoughts and opinion about this set of rankings.
  4. Season 8? Koryn and Joshua needed it
  5. Clues for the next set in no specific order You may be perfect but you couldn't win the show. Beer may never broke your heart but it didn't help you win either We Raise you up but fourth place is as high as you will go. This isn't the first time you went against one of your opponents.
  6. There will be some country high. I am just picky with what country I listen to. I like artists like Jim Ranger, Todd Tilghman, Spensha Baker, Lauren Duski
  7. 84. Jake Worthington (Season 6 & 2nd Place) Jake Worthington auditioned in Season 5 with Keep Your Hands to Yourself by the Georgia Satelites where he got no chairs to turn. He came back in season 6 where he auditioned with Don't Close Your Eyes by Keith Whitley and got Adam,Shakira, and Blake to turn around. I thought this wasn't a terrible performance but it didn't go anywhere for me. Then he joined Team Blake where he battled Lexi Luca with Thomas Rhett's "It Goes Like This." He messed up with the lyrics during this but I thought he did pretty well with his growl that he has. He won his battle and this was the season where they had two rounds of battles. So Jake went against one of Blake's steals: Tess Boyer doing Have a Little Faith in Me by John Hiatt which is my favorite performance by him. In the pre-recorded playoffs, he did Anywhere with You by Jake Owen which Blake chose him out of his other teammates to move on to the top 12. He did Anymore by Travis Tritt in the top 12 which helped move him to the top 10. Him and Team Blake did Put Some Drive in Your Country by Travis Tritt. In the top 10, he did Run by George Strait which helped him move on to the top 8 bloodbath. He sang Hillbilly Deluxe by Brooks and Dunn in the top 8 and that helped him move on to the semifinals. Audra McLaughlin,Kat Perkins, Kristen Merlin, and Him all sang Chainsaw by the Band Perry. Jake chose for his choice of song: Good Ol Boys by Waylon Jennings and Blake chose Heaven by Bryan Adams which Heaven reached ITunes. Jake made the finale and sang his Audition song as a reprise performance, Right Here Waiting by Richard Marx as his final cover and A Country Boy can Survive by Hank Williams Jr. He landed in 2nd place but he got to bring back Audra, Kristen, Kat, Morgan Wallen, and Ryan Whyte Maloney to sing Summertime by Kenny Chesney and Mountain Music by Alabama so he had some success. I found his journey to be very boring. Favorite Performance: Have a Little Faith in Me (Battles Part 2) Clue Hint: Don't close your eyes and you might get a chair turn instead (He didn't get a chair turn in season 5 but he came back with don't close your eyes. 83. Andrew Sevener (Season 16 and 4th Place) He auditioned in Season 16 and I forgot he was a one chair turn. He turned Blake singing Honky Tonk Woman by The Rolling Stones. Then he moved on to the battles to sing Tequila by Dan+Shay against Hannah Kay where he won. Then he went to the dreadful cross battles where he sang "Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde" by Travis Tritt. He was being challenged by Team Kelly's The Bundy's where he won against them. Then he went to the playoffs to sing "Boots On" by Randy Houser where he moved on with one of the 8 public votes that he got. In the top 13, he sang "She Got The Best of Me" by Luke Combs. This allowed him to move on to the semifinals. He also got to perform with team Blake and sang Got My Mind Set on You by George Harrison. Then he made it to semifinals where he did Long Haired Country Boy by Charlie Daniels Band and Help! by the Beatles with Carter Lloyd Horne. He was put into the instant save where he sang "Simple Man" by Lynryd Skynyd. He won the instant save and moved on to the finale where he got fourth place. In the Finale he sang: All Right Now by Free with Blake, an Original called Rural Route Raising, and Lips of an Angel by Hinder. These songs weren't the best since he got fourth place and showed Blake didn't care about anyone except Gyth that season. He got 4th but at least he can say he performed with Travis Tritt doing T-R-O-U-B-L-E in the results show. Favorite Performance: Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde (Cross Battles) Clue Hint: You needed Help! to get into the finale (He sang Help! in the semifinals and needed the instant save to be saved) 82. Red Marlow (Season 13 and 4th Place) Red auditioned for the 13th season of the Voice with "Swingin'" by John Anderson. He was able to turn Miley and Blake and picked Blake since Miley wanted a country singer so bad. On Team Blake, He sang Fishin' in the Dark by The Nitty Gritty Band against Ryan Scripps. He won and moved on to the knockouts where he sang "Outskirts of Heaven by Craig Campbell. He won sadly and moved on to the pre-recorded playoffs. He sang Chiseled in Stone by Vern Godsin and Blake Picked him to join his team for the top 12. In top 12, He sang The Church on Cumberland Road by Shenandoah and made top 11 with no worries. He also performed with the rest of Team Blake doing If It Will, It Will by Hank Williams Jr. Then in Top 11 was his biggest performance since it was the only time he got on the ITunes Chart before the SemiFinals. He did The Dance by Garth Brooks and with this performance just skated to the top 10. In the Top 10, he did That's What I Love About Saturdays by Craig Morgan. He just kept skating by each round with no worries until the semifinals. He did Go Rest High On The Mountain by Vince Gill which got on the ITunes Chart but he had to perform in the Instant Save. Then he got to duet with Adam Cunningham on Can't You See by The Marshall Tucker Band which wasn't a terrible performance. In the Instant Save, He did Dixieland Delight by Alabama which helped him move on to the finale. So he moved on to the finale. His first performance was with Blake Shelton doing I'm Gonna Miss Her by Brad Paisley. Then he performed his original called I Pray by himself. Then his final cover was Make You Feel My Love by Bob Dylan which was a pretty good performance. He also got to perform with Vince Gill singing When I Call Your Name. He had a very interesting and pretty boring journey imo. Favorite Performance: The Dance (Top 11) Clue Hint: I messed up his hint so I changed it to Can't you see that your ex-teammate got eliminated in the round before you (Red sang Can't You See with Adam Cunningham and Adam and Noah were originally on Team Blake and got eliminated in a round before Red.) 81. Jermaine Paul (Season 2 and Winner) Jermaine auditioned for the 2nd season with Complicated by Avril Lavigne. He managed to get Blake and Cee Lo to turn. He picked Blake shockingly. He moved on to the battles where he went against ALyX singing Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into my Car by Billy Ocean. Then he moved onto the weird live shows where everyone who won their battle moved onto lives so he sang Livin' on a Prayer by Bon Jovi. He got a public vote and moved on to the next round of lives. Then he sang Against All Odds by Phil Collins which got him the public vote into the semifinals. Then he sang with Team Blake doing Heartache Tonight by The Eagles. In the Semifinals, he did Open Arms by Journey. He performed with Team Christina and Team Blake doing The Edge of Glory by Lady Gaga. His first performance in the finale was I Believe I Could Fly by R. Kelly. Then he had to do a coach tribute song for Blake Shelton doing God Gave Me You by Blake Shelton. Then Blake and Jermaine sang Soul Man by Sam and Dave. He won with these performances. He also brought back Pip, James Massone, and Jamar Rodgers to sing I Want You Back by The Jacksons 5. Jermaine, Tony Lucca, and Chris Mann all performed with Hall and Oates to sing Rich Girl. Favorite Performance: I Believe I Could Fly (Finale) Clue Hint: You believed you could fly which helped the most complicated win in Voice History (He sang I Believe You could Fly and Complicated. He also was the most controversial winner in Voice History.) Feel free to leave your thoughts and I will post the next clue set once everyone checks out the first set of rankings and responds
  8. Clues: they aren't in any specific order Don't close your eyes and you might get a chair turn instead Can't you see that your ex-teammate got eliminated in the round before you You needed Help! to get into the finale You believed you could fly which helped the most complicated win in Voice History
  9. 77. Vicci Martinez 78. Chris Mann 79. Kenzie Wheeler 80. Josh Gallagher 81. Jermaine Paul 82. Red Marlow 83. Andrew Sevener 84. Jake Worthington
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