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‘The Voice’ Season 25: Final 5 Is Confirmed

When season 25 of The Voice began, 40 artists were split among the four teams.

Now, just five are alive in the competition.

On Tuesday night (May 14), The Voice trimmed its list of contenders following a round of “Last Chance” performances.

Asher HaVon, Bryan Olesen, Josh Sanders, Karen Waldrup, Maddi Jane, Madison Curbelo, Nathan Chester, Serenity Arce and Tae Lewis took their turns at the mic on the previous night. America voted. The four singers with the top scores went through: Karen Waldrup (Team Dan + Shay), Nathan Chester (Team Legend), Josh Sanders (Team Reba) and Asher HaVon (Team Reba).

The remaining singers battled it out for the last remaining spot.


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There could be only one. With his performance of Coldplay’s “Viva La Vida,” Bryan Olesen (Team Legend) won the Instant Save, and a precious lifeline. Waldrup, Chester, Sanders, HaVon and Oleson progress to next week’s finale, which airs Monday, May 20, when each singer performs one last time for America’s vote.

On Tuesday, May 21, the winner of The Voice season 25 is announced.

An all-star cast will join on both nights, including Keith Urban (on Monday), The Black Keys, Jelly Roll, Lainey Wilson and Kate Hudson (all performing on the Tuesday episode).

Though not performing, a slew of coaching favorites will appear on The Voice Finale to celebrate its milestone 25th season, from Kelly Clarkson to CeeLo Green, Niall Horan, Jennifer Hudson, Nick Jonas, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani.

Both episodes air on NBC, and will stream on Peacock the following day from 6 a.m. ET.

It’s not just the singing talent that’s undergoing change. The lineup of John Legend, Chance the Rapper, Reba McEntire, and newbies Dan + Shay will have a new look when The Voice returns in this fall. Country great McEntire is the only returning coach on a panel that includes Gwen Stefani, Michael Bublé, and Snoop Dogg.

Watch the Last Chance performances below.

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