The Voice 4 has completed its Blind Auditions and Battle Round. The next phase of the competition is the Knockout Round. Each team currently has 8 contestants. In the Knockout Round, the judges match up these contestants into 4 groups of 2. One singer from each group wins, and the other goes home. There is no judges’ save in this round.
Contestants who win their Knockout then enter the live shows. If it is like Season 3, two contestants will be eliminated each week in the live shows. There could be some modifications this season.
Jess Kellner performed on the first episode of the Knockout Round for The Voice 4. It aired on April 29, 2013. The YouTube video for this performance will be added as soon as it is available.
Jess sang James Morrison’s “Give Me Something.” Her opponent was Josiah Hawley.
Josiah has a better chance of winning but also showed more emotion. I think he legitimately won.
Adam was disappointed in both of them and didn’t say who should win. Blake liked both of them, but Josiah seemed calculated. He liked Jess’s song choice and would pick her (huh?). Usher says the people can feel Jess, but it was just a pretty good job.
Usher picks Josiah as the winner of this knockout.
I guess the girls will want to vote for Josiah. But he has been legitimately good the last couple of rounds. Hawley has the chance for the Top 4 of The Voice, Season 4.