Live Recap of 'The Voice' 2021 Finale; Spoilers on Contestants and Performances 12/13
On Monday, December 13, 2021, the top 5 contestants on NBC's "The Voice" performed songs chosen by their coaches in the hopes of receiving the most votes from the audience and winning the season.
Ariana Grande, the new coach, has no contestants left in the competition after her only group, Jim and Sasha Allen, were sent home during the semi-finals.
Despite the fact that her duo isn't competing, she'll still perform.
Wendy Moten and Paris Winningham remained in Blake Shelton's lineup for the finale.
Kelly Clarkson had two other groups: the Girl Named Tom siblings and 14-year-old singer Haley Mia.
With Jershika Maple, John Legend is the only coach with a single contestant in the finale.
Continue reading for a complete summary.
As the episode airs, this post will be updated.
Hailey Mia began by discussing how it feels to be the season's youngest artist on "The Voice."
She described the experience as "amazing," recalling how both Kelly and Ariana voted for her during the Blind Auditions.
Olivia Rodrigo's "Deja Vu" was her first choice.
The performance was incredible, and the song really showcased Hailey's vocal range while also allowing her to show off her personality.
The judges praised it, with Ariana praising the performance's energy as well as the falsetto flips.
John praised Hailey's control throughout, calling it "remarkable" that she is so accomplished at such a young age.
Paris's first performance was dedicated to his father.
He sang Ben E. King's "We Got a Thing Going On" as his ballad.
The song showcased Paris's powerful vocals, and Ariana gave him a standing ovation.
The song was right up his alley.
Carson told the singer, "That was a vibe, man."
"I love you so much... I always love your performances so much," Ariana continued.
Girl Named Tom is the only trio to ever make it to the finals of "The Voice," and they've been showcasing their vocals throughout the season, beginning with their four-chair turn during Blind Auditions.
They claimed they went into the auditions expecting to pick Team Blake, but they ended up picking Team Kelly instead.
They chose Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain" for their performance.
They're so charismatic that the song suits them perfectly, especially because each of them gets a chance to shine between their incredible harmonies.
On NBC, "The Voice" airs at 8 p.m. Eastern time (live) and Pacific time (recorded) on Mondays and Tuesdays.