The Voice's decision to structure all of their Top 11's performances around family seemed perfunctory. Outside of a few, there was no real connection between song and pre-recorded training package with family members. The family angle was more than likely a really lazy effort to appeal to Thanksgiving on The Voice.
Still, it all ended in the Top 11 being one of the strongest live shows thus far. The decision to eliminate only one artist a week (for a while) is an odd one on The Voice. If things are this good, though, it might turn out to be a blessing in disguise. No sense getting rid of people way before their time. Someone has to go home, though. Here are our best predictions of who is safe, who is in danger and who is that unlucky performer not going through to the Top 10.