‘The Voice’ Season 25 Results Tonight: Who Went Home and Who Made the Top 9

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The Voice kicked off the first results show of season 25 tonight when the Top 12 learned which nine of them would be going through and which three of them would be going home.

The Top 12 consists of coach John Legend’s Bryan Olsen, Nathan Chester, and Zoe Levert; Reba McEntire’s Asher HaVon, Josh Sanders, and L. Rodgers; Chance the Rapper’s Maddi Jane, Nadège and Serenity Arce; and Dan + Shay’s Karen Waldrup, Madison Curbelo and Tae Lewis

The way the results worked was as follows: The artists with the Top 8 votes were automatically put through and then the remaining four had to sing in the Instant Save for America’s second vote.

Related: The Voice‘s Top 12 Perform for America’s First Vote of the Season

Who Was Eliminated on The Voice tonight

L. Rodgers
Nadège
Zoe Levert

Who Made It Through to The Voice Top 9

Asher HaVon
Bryan Olesen
Josh Sanders
Karen Waldrup
Nathan Chester
Maddi Jane
Madison Curbelo
Serenity Arce
Tae Lewis

Related: Listen to The Voice Performances That Resulted in the Top 12 for Season 25

Here’s how the night broke down:

Reba McEntire kicked off the night with the world premiere performance of “I Can’t.”

Then it was down to business with host Carson Daly announcing the first of the saved artists: Asher HaVon, second to make it through was Maddi Jane, and third was Nathan Chester.

After a break, the results continued to be revealed: Madison Curbelo was moving into the Top 9 as was Josh Sanders.

The results were paused for an entertainment break. John Legend took the stage to celebrate the 25th anniversary of “Ordinary People.” 

The seven remaining artists then returned to the stage for more results. Next to go into the semifinals was Bryan Olesen, followed by Serenity Arce, and the final artist to make it through on America’s first vote was Karen Waldrup.

That meant that L. Rodgers, Nadège, Tae Lewis, and Zoe Levert had to sing in the Instant Save.

Up first from Team Reba was L. Rodgers with Elton John’s “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me.”

Reba said, “I think it’s enough and more. You are such a great vocalist. You have the power; you have the soul. That was a great performance.”

Next, Nadège demonstrated her sultry vocals with Sade’s “Smooth Operator.”

Chance said, “That was a perfect song choice. It really showed what your strength’s are. You just harmonizing over jazz, it was great.”

The third contestant singing to make the Top 9 was Zoe Levert with “Slow Burn.”

John said, “I loved that song for you. It was so perfect. This might have been my favorite performance of yours. This is so high pressure, so high stress. You picked a song that you were comfortable in and the performance reflected how comfortable you were. It all worked.”

The final performance of the night was Tae Lewis with Shenandoah’s “The Church on Cumberland Road.”

Dan Smyers said, “That was like a finale performance right there. We are so proud of how far you have come. You deserve to be here.”

Then the voting was opened for 5 minutes. When all the votes were tabulated, Carson Daly revealed that the final artist into the Top 9 was Team Dan + Shay’s Tae Lewis.

The Voice airs Monday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT for performances, Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT for results on NBC. Streams next day on Peacock.

Next, See All the Exciting Four-Chair Turns for The Voice Season 25

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