'The Voice' season 15: 'Comeback Kid' Lynnea Moorer voted out by fans, 10 contestants left
It was no doubt Moorer was a controversial contestant on 'The Voice' because she was not among the Top 24 who made it through the blind auditions
'Comeback Stage' winner Lynnea Moorer who gained the title of the 'Comeback Kid' on 'The Voice' season 15 has been voted out by fans. 'The Voice' is nearing its season finale with just 10 contestants left in the reality singing competition series. And, with each elimination, the competition is getting tougher.
During the elimination night Tuesday, we saw DeAndre Nico from Team Adam and Moorer from Kelly Clarkson's team in the bottom two for the night and they both had to sing for an Instant Save. This was Moorer's second consecutive elimination round. Last week she was saved by the fans. We saw SandyRedd and Tyke James go home.
Taking to stage first was Moorer who sang her version of Ariana Grande's 'Tattooed Heart' and Clarkson encouraged the viewers to support her. Next was Nico, performing his rendition of Tamela Mann's 'Take Me To the King', Nico stunned the crowd with his performance.
After his performance, Jennifer Hudson even went a step further and brought out her signature appreciation move by throwing one of her shoes on stage. And, his coach Adam Levine revealed he will bring Nico to the finale because he deserves it. After their Instant Save performance, Twitter fans voted for the favorite and this time Moorer wasn't saved. Nico was sent to the saved list taking the tenth spot in the Top 10.
It was no doubt Moorer was a controversial contestant on 'The Voice' because she was not among the Top 24 who made it through the blind auditions. But she joined Clarkson's team through the 'Comeback Stage' competition that took place online with Kelsea Ballerini as coach.
Her entry to the Top 13 by itself didn't do well with the show's fans. Calling it unfair, some said the 'Comeback Stage' should have been for the contestants who were eliminated from the Top 24 and not the blind auditions. And, when she was saved instead of Redd or James, the fans didn't hold back from revealing what they thought of her yet again. "WHAT THE HELL?! ARE YOU SERIOUS?! BULLS**T!! Disgraceful! I'm so mad right now! #TheVoice #VoiceResults," retorted one fan.
The Comback Stage should have been saved for those who made top 24....there is better talent going home tonight than the two people from the comeback— Amanda Smith (@akswade1204) 14 November 2018
And now that the controversial 'Comeback Kid' is gone, the fans are not holding back their opinion of her elimination, yet again.
I liked Lynnea, but this should show why they don’t need to do the “comeback stage” anymore. I didn’t like the idea to begin with, and I still don’t like it now. #thevoice— Jasmine (@jasjanae) 28 November 2018
Now that @LynneaMoorer is off #TheVoice, I can lay down the law. DO NOT have a comeback thing next season. It was awful and she didn’t deserve to be on the show. If each judge wants to bring back one person, that would be better. #MakeItSo— Mr. Dr. Professor Jason, Esq. (@jcbraggs) 28 November 2018
At least they saved him, if he was eliminated I would get pissed— Maroon 5 News Brasil (@maroon5newsbr) 28 November 2018
Among all the hate Moorer received throughout her journey on 'The Voice' and though most were happy with her elimination, there were still quite a few of her fans who were sad with her departure from the reality singing competition series and wished she wasn't sent home and thought she deserved to win.
So Much Talent but #TheComebackKid like @kelly_clarkson is an A&R"s Dream @LynneaMoorer is Gonna get a Deal and be Truly Amazing. A Destined SUPERSTAR #TeamKelly Coached U Well 😇💕@NBCTheVoice pic.twitter.com/7JHnFVoXBg— #DOAP™ NG #NerdGang (@diaryofapoet) 28 November 2018
That was some big bulshit Linnea totally blew him away and she deserve to win it's definitely a rigged competition I have no doubt now.— john rinere (@JohnRinere) 28 November 2018
With Moorer now eliminated, this leaves Team Kelly and Team Blake with three contestants each and Team Adam and Team Hudson with two contestants each. 'The Voice' season 15 will be back next week with a new round and tougher competition. We'll just have to wait and see what happens.
'The Voice' season 15 airs every Monday and Tuesday on NBC. Check your local listings for more information.