The season 22 finale of The Voice began tonight, with five contestants left to compete for America‘s votes. Everyone from Bodie and Morgan Myles to Brayden Lape and Bryce Leatherwood to Omar Jose Cardona got their moment in the spotlight, however, who truly stood out?
We’ll say Morgan did the most work on the first performance. During her performance of “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” she wore herself out with all of the dancing and spinning she did. That’s not a tune anyone should have much success singing, but she nailed it.
Even though Bodie has the attitude and swagger down, she has staked a legitimate claim to the title in the most recent episodes. She is at a disadvantage because she is not on Blake Shelton’s squad; he has a much better track record of winning this competition.
For the majority of the evening, we felt like we were seeing a battle between Bodie’s creativity and Morgan’s commanding vocals. No doubt Brayden and Bryce will each garner a sizeable following base, but their respective performances lacked a certain something. Rather than stepping out and doing his own thing, Omar seemed to be attempting an impersonation in his first number.
Despite our interpretation of the evening…
It seems like Bryce, Morgan, and Bodie are all in a three-horse race. For the season as a whole, we’d give the nod to Bodie, but tonight, Morgan did the best job and laid it all out there. It takes a lot for us to get this pumped up about a country singer, but it was impossible to ignore the obvious effort she put into every aspect of her performance.
The Voice Season 22 Finale Part 1 Recap
Part 1 of The Voice Season 22 finale aired on Monday night. Last week’s elimination of Team Gwen Stefani left Team Blake Shelton’s Bryce Leatherwood, Bodie, and Brayden Lape, Team Camila Cabello’s Morgan Myles, and Team John Legend’s Omar Jose Cardona vying for the winner’s trophy.
The top five competitors performed both slow and fast covers to win over the audience and the judges. Here’s a rundown of how things have progressed up to this point in the performances.
To kick off the event, Bodie performed a cover of Harry Styles‘ “Late Night Talking.” His goal as a producer was to get the crowd up and to dance. The performance began slowly and sensuously before the singer picked up the tempo for a disco take on the song.
Please stay connected with us for more information on our site Leedaily.com