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‘The Voice’: Final 9 Take It ‘Home’ For Semis

The remaining nine contestants on The Voice took it home on Monday night (May 13), for a round of performances that will determine the makeup of the final.

The Voice this week celebrates Hometown Week, doing so at the point end of this 25th season — the semi-finals.

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On Monday (May 13), Asher HaVon, Bryan Olesen, Josh Sanders, Karen Waldrup, Maddi Jane, Madison Curbelo, Nathan Chester, Serenity Arce and Tae Lewis took their spots on stage.

Each contestant hit a solo song dedicated to their hometown and the people who supported them over the years. Then, the singers teamed up in trios for songs inspired by the feature film IF.

Olesen, Jane and Chester performed the Cure’s “Just Like Heaven”; HaVon, Curbelo and Arce hit Coldplay’s “Fix You”; and Sanders, Waldrup and Lewis sang the Band’s “Forever Young.”

Currently, newbie coaches Dan + Shay lead the way with three artists remaining in the competition, while Reba McEntire, John Legend, and Chance the Rapper each have two artists.

America voted, the results of which will be revealed on Tuesday night’s (May 14) results episode. Five will progress to the finale, four will go home.

It’s all change for The Voice. As previously reported, Snoop Dogg is joining the panel for this fall’s 26th season, alongside fellow newcomer crooner Michael Bublé. The coaching lineup for the singing competition will be rounded out by returning stars Reba McEntire and Gwen Stefani, with the former notching her third consecutive season on the series and No Doubt singer and solo star Stefani adding yet another notch with her eighth go-round.

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