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"The Voice" had another nail-biter vote reveal Tuesday — and the results left one coach's team officially out of the competition.
But of Teams John Legend, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Camila Cabello, who didn't make the finale?
Well, Team Shelton was quick to be safe. All three of the longtime coach's remaining singers — bodie, Brayden Lape and Bryce Leatherwood — were voted into the finale, leaving only two spots left in the final five for Teams Legend, Stefani and Cabello.
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One of those spots went to Morgan Myles, the final member of Team Cabello. The singer, who dedicated her last performance to her cousin who died from brain cancer, burst into tears as she hugged her ecstatic first-time "Voice" coach.
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Teams Stefani, Legend duke it out in bottom four
That left all three Team Legend singers and the only remaining Team Stefani singer vying for the last spot in the finale. Each singer took the microphone one more time before a live instant saves vote determined who would stay in the competition.
Parijita Bastola of Team Legend was up first, with "Make You Feel My Love" by Adele. Legend kept his feedback simple, telling the cameras, "America, you know what to do."
Kim Cruse of Team Legend then took the stage for Eric Carmen's "All by Myself." Legend hailed her "truly one of the best singers I’ve been around in my life."
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"You are just incredible," he added. "Just so powerful. So moving. You’ve talked about your insecurities, but I just see you powering through them with courage."
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Next up, sole Team Stefani contender Justin Aaron sang Travis Greene's "Made a Way." "I could see that you were really deeply in that song," Stefani said. "You are the kindest person on this show this season. Everybody feels it."
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Last up, Omar Jose Cardona of Team Legend belted out Lady Gaga's "You and I." "I am stunned that you are in this position… but you’ve stunned us with your ability to perform every single week," Legend said. "If this is 'The Voice,' and we vote for people because of their voice, Omar is the voice, folks."
After about five minutes of voting, host Carson Daly revealed the results. Each singer took some time to thank their coach before Daly announced Cardona made the finale.
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The singer let out a big sigh of relief. Last night he wowed the judges with his rendition of Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On." Cardona's singing was so good, he drew playful speculation from Stefani he was lip syncing.
And with her last singer, Aaron, cut from the competition, Stefani's time as a coach this season has officially come to a close.
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Televised talent competitions like "American Idol,""The Voice" and "Britain's Got Talent" have launched a bevy of music stars over the years. But what about the singers they passed over? Turns out, some of them have had even more successful careers than these shows' winners.
Take Maren Morris, for example. The Grammy-winning country artist revealed on Instagram that she auditioned for "American Idol" back in 2007 but "didn't make it past the first round cattle call."
She shared the story along with a picture of her audition ticket, which her mom saved through the years. "I wasn’t really into sports growing up but this feels like the equivalent of your mom saving your 10th place trophy," Morris wrote. The singer added in her Instagram Stories that the "Idol" decision-makers "passed on me in 5 seconds."
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Here are other music stars who were rejected from singing competition shows but went on to make it big.
Bebe Rexha once waited 12 hours in line with her mom to take a shot at auditioning for "American Idol." She was turned down before she could sing for the judges.
"It was always my dream to be on 'American Idol,' " Rexha said on "Live with Kelly and Ryan," recalling the story to "Idol" host Ryan Seacrest and judge Randy Jackson. Rexha's dream still came true. In an ironic twist of fate, she served as a guest mentor to the top 24 contestants in 2022.
Some future stars did make it onto "American Idol," but didn't last long on the show.
Mickey Guyton reportedly auditioned for Season 8 but was cut right before the live shows. Guyton has since earned four Grammy nominations and was invited to perform the national anthem at Super Bowl 56.
Tori Kelly also made it onto the show but earned harsh feedback.
When she was 16, she auditioned for the judges, earning a "yes" from all except Simon Cowell, who called her voice "annoying." She was eliminated before the top 24. Kelly went on to win two Grammys — not bad for a singer with an "annoying" voice.
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Amber Riley auditioned for "American Idol" at age 17 but didn't make it past producers — and that's OK, she said. "I feel that it was completely necessary," she told Distractify in 2021. "There's a moment in your life that comes where you're going to have to figure out if this is what you really want to do. I always say that it was the 'no' I needed to know that this is what I'm going to go after for the rest of my life."
Plus, Riley, who went on to star on the hit Fox show "Glee," believes she ultimately had the last laugh. "You know what? I still work on Fox, and I get paid," Riley quipped on "The Wendy Williams Show."
Riley wasn't the only "Glee" star "Idol" rejected.
Naya Rivera also tried out for the show, but was cut in the first round, not even making it to the on camera auditions, she revealed on "The Talk." Rivera went on to sing the same song she used to try out for "Idol" — "Emotions" by the Bee Gees — in her "Glee" audition. And the rest is history.
Colbie Caillat was rejected not once, but twice by "American Idol."
"I wasn't ready for it at all," Caillat told USA TODAY in 2010 of the rejections. "I was shy. I was nervous. I didn't look the greatest. I wasn't ready for it yet. I was glad, when I auditioned, that they said no."
Caillat then rose to fame through the social networking website Myspace, becoming the number one unsigned artist of her genre. In 2007 after signing with Universal Republic Records, she released her debut album "Coco." In 2009, she released her second album "Breakthrough," which got her a Grammy nomination for best pop vocal album. No longer shy of the spotlight, Caillat was also named Billboard magazine's 94th-best-selling music artist of the 2000s.
Camila Cabello gets emotional with Morgan Myles on 'The Voice': 'You deserve to win'
Morgan Myles lit up the stage with an explosive performance of a Bonnie Tyler song during the final round of performances Monday night.Team Blake’s bodie kicked off the final round of performances before the Season 22 finale Monday night with a soulful reimagining of Harry Styles’ “Late Night Talking,” moving coaches Blake Shelton, Camila Cabello, John Legend and Gwen Stefani to their feet with his warm vocals.
Lewis Capaldi was told by "Britain's Got Talent" producers he aced his audition when he tried out for the show. But he said they ended up ghosting him before he could be brought on to sing for the judges.
"They said to me 'Oh, Lewis, that was so great. We loved that,' " Capaldi told Heart Breakfast in 2019. "I said, 'Thank you so much for saying that.' And then I got a phone call saying 'Lewis, that was great we're gonna put it through. We're gonna try and hurry it through.' And then I never received another phone call again."
Kane Brown tried to make it onto a couple of singing shows as he was coming up in his career.
He told Billboard in 2016 that "Idol" turned him down saying "they didn’t need another (Season 10 winner) Scotty McCreery." He added that he did make it onto "The X Factor" but the show "tried to put me in a boy band, so I quit. I went home and did my own 'American Idol' with covers online."
He released his first EP, titled "Closer," in 2015. Three years later, Brown released his second album "Experiment," which became his first number one album on the Billboard 200.
Believe it or not, country crooner Chris Lane auditioned for "American Idol" as a rap artist alongside his twin brother Corey. Judges Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell all turned them down.
While the rap genre didn't work out, Lane has had much success in country music, charting seven singles on Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay. In 2017, he was nominated for new male vocalist of the year at the Academy of Country Music Awards.
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‘The Voice’ Recap: The Season 22 Winner Is Crowned In Nail-Biting Finale .
It's all been building to this. The top 5 finalists hit the stage one last time before 'The Voice' season 22 winner was announced. Find out who walked away as the new champion! After weeks and weeks of hard-fought competition, The Voice is crowning a new champion. The top 5 contestants have wowed us with terrific performances, but only one can walk away the winner. So, who is going to win The Voice season 22? It’s down to Bodie, Morgan Myles, Brayden Lape, Omar Jose Cardona, and Bryce Leatherwood.