Rose and Gwen's duet was the last duet of the night, and fans claim that it didn't do justice compared to the other three duets.
Making it to the finale, she performed her original song 'All Better' and she blew the roof off with her debut.
Jake was the only finalist this season who wrote his own song. The coaches and audience enjoyed his performance.
Ricky has been a frontrunner since his auditions. For his first performance of the night, Ricky sang his rendition of 'Runnin’ Down a Dream' by Tom Petty.
The final four contestants this season are Katie Kadan from Team Legend, Jake Hoot from Team Kelly, Ricky Duran from Team Blake and Rose Short from Team Gwen.
Taking to Twitter during the 42nd Kennedy Center Honors, fans claimed that watching Linda getting honored was taking them back to their childhood.
In April she had fuelled speculation of The Simpsons being axed. Referring to the Disney-Fox merger she said fans could expect the show to be canceled rather than 'alter its legacy' as a long-running cartoon.
MEAWW caught up with Katie for an interview on 'The Voice' Season 17 red carpet and spoke to her regarding her performance this season, and how her style statements have become a trend.
With the finale set to air on Monday, who do you think has the highest chances of taking home the title this season? Vote in the poll below and let us know.
In an interview with MEAWW, the members of the team said that Kelly has told them that no matter what happens on the show she will have their back
In an exclusive interview with MEA WorldWide (MEAWW), the 18-year-old contestant of Team Legend talks about her musical inspiration, her growth as a singer and having an emotional moment on stage
In an interview with MEAWW, the duo was asked if there is a specific performance they can look back on and think about how nervous it made them feel
In an exclusive interview with MEA WorldWide (MEAWW), the last contestant standing in #TeamGwen talks about how being herself helped her through all the rounds
He also accepted that at first, he kept his blue hair only to get noticed. But, it eventually turned into a banner that he is now carrying to help the people.
Not only did the vocal powerhouse Clarkson encourage and praise Lee throughout, but had also stated during the show that she was eager to collaborate with him.
While some fans called him a hypocrite because he wished the crowd a Merry Christmas after he performed the song 'Hell Right', a few others claimed it wasn't a cuss word and he should not listen to the others.
Rose received the highest number of votes paving her way to the grand finale.
Will Breman from John Legend's team was one of the frontrunners this season, and it was a shock to see him be one of those with the least votes and get eliminated.
Making it all the way to the finale with the highest number of votes was Katie Kadan, Jake Hoot and Ricky Duran.
The three contestants with the highest vote will advance to the finale next week automatically and the two with the least number of votes will be eliminated immediately.
For his solo performance, Will sang his rendition of Bruno Mars' 'Locked Out Of Heaven', and his flirting with Blake didn't go unnoticed.
Kevin Conroy has been embodying the Batman for decades. In his first live-action appearance as the character, he embodies Bruce Wayne's worst nightmare.
John Legend is the only coach, whose team is still consistent, but looks like that might not be for long, especially after his song selection for Marybeth Byrd's semifinal performance.
'The Voice' Season 17 returned live on Monday night for its semi-finals, and this week the Top 8 contestants will each be performing two songs.
The first contestant to perform and kick off the night was Katie Kadan from Team Legend.
"In the original comics, Pariah is very much responsible for releasing the Anti-Monitor onto our multiverse and then more bad things happen," showrunner Eric Wallace told the audience at 'The Flash' panel at SDCC
Olivia and Ethan sat down with Kim and Barry to discuss what is going on in their relationship.
Marybeth was always a frontrunner for Team Legend and it was shocking to see her in the bottom three.
Though Hello Sunday duo might be good at what they do, fans claim that they do not deserve to be in the voice, because the series isn't about duos, but solo artists.
'The Voice' is just two weeks away from announcing the title winner of this season, and one contestant who already has a spot saved for him in the semi-finals is Will Breman.
Compared to the other contestants, Will Breman seemed the most comfortable on stage cheering along with the crowd.
Kat's performance this week was indeed a sweet rendition, but just wasn't her best at all, apart from being flat, it was shaky as well.
Marybeth Byrd hit all the right notes during her performance as she made the song her own by rocking the stage.
There couldn't have been a better way to begin the night. All four coaches were impressed by her performance, especially Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson.
Hello Sunday is this season's only duet from Team Kelly, and one of the only duets who have made it this far into the competition
From a hopeful invite to the Legend household for Thanksgiving to the Christmas songs they hope to cover on stage, Team Legend talks about their upcoming adventures on the show.
Team Kelly from 'The Voice' season 17 talk holiday plans, hectic weeks and learning to push their limits from coach Kelly Clarkson.
Kat Hammock and Ricky Duran from Team Blake talk about their performance during 'fan week' and preparations for the holiday season including dinner and music!
Joanna Martinez and Rose Shorts are both top 10 contestants for Season 17 of NBC's 'The Voice' and the extremely supportive team members perform under the guidance of Gwen Stefani.
After the Instant Save votes were tallied, Carson revealed that America saved Shane which meant that Myracle was the contestant going home and fans were left stunned.
Shocked with the results fans once again took to Twitter to share their disapproval with Kat moving on claiming she isn't ready for the competition.
John Legend took to the stage with Marybeth Bryd, Katie Kadan and Will Breman to perform a classic song and they knocked it out of the park.
The rapper and actor said, "You look at the sculpture of David. There are people out there offended by nudity. Should we throw a top over it? I mean people at the end of the day -- I’m not suggesting that people don’t have the right to feel a certain way about certain lyrics. Because that’s okay”
Blake Shelton is only left with two contestants on his team, and if he wants to put his money on someone it should be Ricky Duran.
Kat has a unique voice and tone she's been known for right from the start. But this week's performance wasn't her best and fans agree.
Her emotional ballad had the perfect balance of everything, it complimented her husky range and the rasp in her tone made it easier for her to hit the low and high notes.
The team was nervous about being with John Legend but then they realized his ability to put them at ease.
In a chat with MEAWW, Team Blake shared some interesting insight into the latest episode and talk about attaining minor celebrity status by being on the show
MEAWW had a tête-à-tête with Team Kelly on the sets of 'The Voice' season 17. The team feels massive when they're around each other.
MEAWW caught up with Rose Short and Myracle Holloway on the sets of 'The Voice' Season 17 as they spoke of their struggles to be part of the show.