The Voice Season 21 Episode 16 will see the results of Live Playoffs revealed. The rounds saw everyone giving their all-out from each of the Teams. There were performances that brought the audience to their feet. Even some unexpected artists went their way out to break the boundaries to do so. For example, Girl Named Tom certainly wen quite haunting with their opening performance. Then there was t Joshua Vacanti who went on to give the audience a show they came for.
Throughout the show, we also had many artists switching the way they usually perform. For some, it worked to their benefit while for some, it was really hard to keep up with the pace. Raquel Trinidad went the other way this time to keep up with the performances. Lastly, some performers were using their advantage of being unique to the best. Lana Scott from Team Blake had this being the only country artist in the competition now.
The Voice S21 E15 Recap
Previously on The Voice Season 21, we opened up with Kelly’s team. Girl Named Tom was taking the charge with a hauntingly beautiful version of “Creep” by Radiohead. Harmonies are something that gave the song a push. So the incredible blend continued. Katie Rae follows in with “Stormy Weather” and certainly got Kelly dancing to the tune. Similarly, Gymani from Team Kelly gets all the four judges doing so with “Say Something”. Jeremy Rosado and young Hailey Mia closed the lid for Kelly. Rosado gave the right notes to Bruno Mars’ “When I Was Your Man”. Mia brought Olivia Rodrigo’s “Traitor” to life.
Coming to Team Legend, Shadale opened up and has worked quite a lot herself as she powers “Love On The Brain” by Rihanna. Next Joshua Vacanti worked the crowd with “You and I” by Lady Gaga. The party continued with Jershika Maple bringing everyone on their feet with “Beggin'” by Madcon. Samuel Harness performing “So Sick” by Ne-Yo and David Vogel performing “Slow Burn” by Kacey Musgraves closed the show for Team Legend.
Team Ariana’s Raquel Trinidad opens with a different softer side this team with the song “Don’t Know Why” by Norah Jones. Followed by Jim and Sasha Allen performing “Hey Jude” By The Beatles. Bella DeNapoli leaves Blake in awe with “The Sweet Escape” by Blake’s wife Gwen Stefani and Akon. Ryleigh Plank gives power to a song as strong as “I’m Your Baby Tonight” by Whitney Houston. Holly Forbes closes the show for Team Ariana with “Torn” by Natalie Imbruglia.
Team Blake is the last with Peedy Chavis opening up to perform “Proud Mary” in more of an Elvis style from top to bottom. Libianca brings in a song and genre that is miles away from Blake Shelton. She goes in with “Woman” by Doja Cat and her style leaves all the judges on their feet. Blake’s new teammate Paris Winningham followed in with “I Wish It Would Rain” by the Temptations. The only country artist on the show, Lana Scott, gave her all with “Next Girl” by Carly Pearce. Wendy Moten closed the show for Team Blake with “I Will Always Love You” by Dolly Parton.
The Voice Season 21 Episode 16 Release Date & Spoilers
The Voice Season 21 Episode 16 is releasing on 9 November 2021. The coming episode will be Live Top 20 Eliminations. Now that the performance part of the Live Top 20 is over, it’s time America chooses two from each team to be safe through their votes. Next, each coach will go on to choose the artist of their liking to move forward into the competition. Lastly, the highest vote receiver would go on to compete with the artist who won the comeback vote.
The Voice Season 21 Episode 16 Release Time & Streaming Details
The Voice Season 21 Episode 16 is airing on NBC at 8 pm ET. Once we receive results to Live Playoffs, we will head to Live Top 13 and Top 11 performances. So expect a new episode every Monday and Tuesday for The Voice Season 21 following the sixteenth until the twenty-first season wraps up. You can also watch The Voice Season 21 Episode 13 on NBC’s official website and Hulu.