Miley Recalls Her ‘Wrecking Ball’ Phase During ‘The Voice’ Semifinals

They came in like wrecking balls! The final eight contestants brought their all during the semifinals of The Voice on Monday, Dec 11. Even more, Miley Cyrus brought up her past, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine actually got along and Jennifer Hudson was left totally speechless. Check out the eight biggest moments from the NBC singing show.

Blake Actually Complimented Adam

Adam Cunningham achieved “I’m Already There” by Lonestar this week. Adam actually let him collect his own strain this week, which seemed to work better for the performer, or at slightest Blake suspicion so. “I’m so blissful you’re selecting your own songs now,” Blake said, vivid right at the Maroon 5 singer.

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Adam wasn’t going to let the country luminary get the last dig, though. “He wants so badly to hatred all that we do,” Adam said, adding that Blake’s response was the best he’s ever had about one of Adam’s performers.

Davon Fleming Got a Standing Ovation From Judges

Fleming sang John Mayer’s “Gravity” for his set. “What you just did, we can’t manager you to do that. we ain’t about to lay here and distortion and act like we did,” Jennifer said. If he doesn’t make it to the finale, it will be a sum shocker.

Miley Recalls ‘Wrecking Ball’ Phase

Miley has formerly pronounced she was “never vital that down,” in anxiety to her barbarous “Wrecking Ball” music video, and brought up the past again while complimenting Red Marlow on his performance. She removed vagrant Marlow to be on her group against Blake, which she says is the many annoying thing she’s ever done. The cocktail thespian added: “And I’ve swung exposed on a wrecking ball.”

Miley Cyrus in Wrecking Ball music video
Miley Cyrus in ‘Wrecking Ball‘ music video

Blake chimed in: “You have finished way some-more annoying crap than that!”

Blake Says Someone Outdid Rascal Flatts

Keisha Renee put her own spin on Rascal Flatts’ “What Hurts the Most” this week. The rope even FaceTimed her before she sang. “He’s walking back home going ‘Dammit we should’ve been singing it that way the whole time,’” Blake said, complimenting Renee’s version.

Blake and Gwen Stefani’s Sweetest Moments

Jennifer and Miley Act Like Proud Moms

For the semifinals, the contestants got interconnected up to perform duets. Fleming and Brooke Simpson got together to perform “Earned It” by The Weeknd, which was the standout duet of the night.

“Miley and JHud, who are many pity a chair,” horde Carson Daly said.
The two judges looked ecstatic as they watched their singers perform on stage.

Blake Admits He Doesn’t Have Good Style

Chloe Kohanski sang an romantic opening of “I Want to Know What Love Is” by Foreigner and designed a special demeanour to go along with the set. However, her manager Blake was not much help with her look. “You’re on your own with that,” Blake said. “I dress like Jay Leno.”

Adam Levine’s Hottest Moments

Adam Roots For Addison

Addison Agen achieved an intensely romantic opening of “Both Sides Now” by Joni Mitchell. Usually during semifinals, Adam is very rival and vital with his team. However, he’d rather have the 16-year-old sing the songs that meant the many to her to her fans since she performs best that way. “I wish to set you up the best we can for the best career you can ever have,” he said. “This girl is the voice and she’s even over that. we consider you are one of the many special gifts we have ever had the pleasure of operative with.”

Miley’s Final Teammate Might Take Her to the Finals

Miley’s final performer Brooke Simpson knew she had to do the many to take her group to the finale, so she sang a absolute opening of “Faithfully” by Journey. Her opening was finish with a ballgown, a haze appurtenance and lots of flames. It was adequate for Miley to call her the “winner” of the show.

“We almost burned the place down tonight on purpose,” Miley said. “If you are not in the finale, we don’t know what this show is.”

The Voice front Mondays and Tuesdays on NBC at 8 p.m. ET.



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