'The Voice' Predictions: Who Will Go Home from the Top 10?
'The Voice' Predictions: Who Will Go Home from the Top 10?
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
Two more singers on The Voice will have very little to be thankful for this week as they're going home. The Top 10 delivered arguably the best episode of the season as nearly every single contestant delivered his or her best performance yet. This makes predicting who will be eliminated from The Voice particularly hard.

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Nonetheless, let's look at who's in danger.

DEFINITELY SAFE

Dez Duron: He performed last and did a great job. He also has the entire female population imagining that he's Christian Grey.

Cassadee Pope: The girl delivered a killer, very emotional performance that nearly brought her to tears. It was extraordinary and will definitely keep her around.

Amanda Brown: After a stumble last week she came back better than ever, delivering the best vocal of the entire competition as she proved just how amazing she is.

PROBABLY SAFE

Terry McDermott: He's just good and has a loyal fan base that should keep him around.

Bryan Keith: He's been at the top all season and this week's performance struck home as he dedicated it to the victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Nicholas David: I may not get him as an artist, but clearly the audience does, and the gospel choir should put him over the edge.

POTENTIAL SHOCKERS

Cody Belew: Yes, Cee Lo Green had to save him to get him to the Top 12, but his "Crazy in Love" was the most fun performance all season. Still, that may not be enough.

Trevin Hunte: He's been the obvious frontrunner from the start, but this week he tried something different and his performance lacked everything that made people root for him in the first place. This would be a gigantic shocker, but it's a possibility in such a strong week.

MY BOTTOM 2

Melanie Martinez: I liked her performance this week, but she performed early and Adam Levine had to save her initially. I just feel like it's her time to go.

Sylvia Yacoub: This one hurts, but I think it's possible. She sang first, and while the coaches thought she set a very high bar, nearly everyone else surpassed it. The only thing that might save her was Christina Aguilera shamelessly promoting her while she was supposed to be talking about Dez Duron.


What do you think? Are Melanie and Sylvia the two who will be going home on The Voice? Or is someone else on the chopping block?


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