AceShowbiz - A new episode of "The Voice" season 24 featured more singers hitting the stage for Part 2 of Playoffs. This time, hopefuls from Team Gwen Stefani and Reba McEntire would showcase their skills in front of the coaches, including Niall Horan and John Legend.
Before the first performance, Reba announced that her singer Tom Nitti had to exit the show for personal reasons. With his departure, the remaining 5 singers in her team would compete for 3 spots.
The first Playoff featured Jordan Rainer singing "Boondock" by Little Big Town. Nial loved Jordan's "natural" stage presence, while Gwen thought that she did a great job with the song choice. John noted that Jordan would survive because she seemingly has a clear idea of who she is.
Following it up was Ms Monet, who turned out to be Reba's Super-Save. Ms Monet took the stage to sing "Until You Come Back to Me" by Aretha Franklin. Nial thought that she looked the most confident that night. As for Reba, she said that Ms Monet has something to "teach all of us."
Later, Jacquie Roar offered a rock country performance of "The Chain" by Fleetwood Mac. It was impressive with John saying that it was his favorite performance of hers. Gwen, meanwhile, regretted not keeping her on her team and said that it was the "The Voice" competition moment. Reba, on the other hand, praised her perfect pitch despite choreography and tricky vocal transitions.
Noah Spencer then hoped to wow the coaches with his rendition of "Jolene" by Ray LaMontagne. Niall loved the song choice and called it a "super impressive" performance. The coach also said that he's glad Reba stole Noah from him. Gwen thought Noah had "mysterious" energy.
Being the final singer from Team Reba, Ruby Leigh opted to sing "Long Long Time" by Linda Ronstadt. Niall totally liked the rendition as he dubbed it the best version of the song he's ever heard. Reba joked that she would lose her queen title if Ruby didn't move on to the next round.
For the results, Jordan was the first artist to advance to Live Shows. Joining her was Jacquie and Ruby.
Later, it was time for Team Gwen's singers to perform. Stee kicked things off with a performance of "Shut Up and Dance" by Walk the Moon. John praised Stee's polish and professionalism, while Reba loved how Stee made the audience feel good with his performance. Niall praised Stee for his "happy vibe." Gwen, on the other hand, thought she made the right decision by stealing Stee from Team John.
Following up was BIAS, who sang "Where I Find God" by Harry Fleet. Reba dubbed it a great performance. Niall noted that BIAS got better and better, with John calling it his favorite performance from BIAS. Gwen, meanwhile, praised BIAS' originality.
Rudi was up next, singing the English and Spanish version of "My All" by Mariah Carey. Niall said that Rudi "smashes" it as always. John noticed that she had a breathing issue at the beginning of the song, but he knew it was a "challenging" song. Reba, meanwhile, thought it was "sexy." Gwen also praised Rudi, saying that she "could do any song."
Later, Tanner Massey flaunted her singing skills with a performance of "Impossible" by Chantel. John pointed out that Tanner got pitchy at the beginning, but managed to get back on track. Gwen said she was sad that he messed up at the start, while Niall claimed he's glad he's still in the competition.
Gwen's Super-Save was Lennon Vanderdoes, who sang "Falling Slowly" by Glen Hansard. John said that he found the performance "truly beautiful" and "consistent." Reba noted, "There's nobody like you in this competition." Gwen, meanwhile, dubbed it "amazing" and "artistic."
Kara Tenae, meanwhile, hit the stage to sing "Rain" by SWV. Niall loved how Kara never over-performed. John thought it was "magical" and "savvy." Meanwhile, Gwen called Kara "a pro."
It was time for the results for Team Gwen. The first artist sent to the next round was BIAS. Later, it was announced that Kara would join BIAS, while the last spot went to Tanner.