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Team Adam joined social media correspondent Christina Milian to recap Monday’s shocking instant eliminations on The Voice.

Team Blake and Team Christina performed for a spot in the semifinals on Monday’s show. There was a twist this week, however. Each coach had to choose one artist to send home immediately.

Christina sent Jesse Campbell packing, despite a solid performance of Beyonce’s “Halo” and Adam Levine’s prediction that he could win the show. Blake reverted to last week’s bottom three and eliminated Jordis Unga.


 
Were the right contestants sent home? Was the incorporation of the instant elimination a good idea?

Voting ends at 10 a.m. EST Tuesday.

  • S_garland1

    i feel this show is rigged leave it to america to vote that is what most of us tune in for jessie will still get my vote the show is called the voice for a reason

    • Eoin

      I think Christina eliminated Jesse because she wanted to see growth and diversity/uniqueness. Jesse was really good but he sounded the same very time.

  • ruby

    Chris Mann should have gone home he wasn’t good tonight thats what they should base it off of Christina could have just lost.  Blake should have sent home Erin Willet she did not do very good, pitchy, off key, and much more.  Jesse Campbell did amazing everyone loved him.  Jordis Unga was OK, also Blake seemed happy to send her home didn’t take time to say sorry.  I know he didn’t have much time but he didn’t seem sad.  Blake and Christina both based their decision on the nights preformences.

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