The Voice Season 13 Ranking The Top 11 (Power List)

THE VOICE -- "Live Top 12" Episode 1317B -- Pictured: (l-r) Red Marlow, Davon Fleming, Brooke Simpson, Janice Freeman, Addison Agen, Noah Mac, Ashland Craft, Keisha Renee, Chloe Kohanski, Adam Cunningham, ShiAnn Jones -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

The Voice season 13 continues Monday night (Nov 27) as The Top 11 take the stage for your votes. Last week, Jon Mero from Team Adam Levine was eliminated. Few people predicted the result. Except maybe I sorta did? Looking over my power list from last week, I did rank Jon dead last!  But after a well received performance of “Why I Love You” and a decent showing on the iTunes charts, I was sure the Jon was destined to sing another week. 

On the other hand, I ranked Adam Cunningham sixth on the list, and he was nearly eliminated. Chalk it up to a horrible song choice (the poisonous-for-singing-show contestants “Against All Odds.” If Team Adam can get it together with the right song choice, Adam could make a comeback this week.

Here’s how I rank the Top 11. How would you rate them?

  1. Addison Agen – Team Adam –  Addison had the performance of the week, and was the only singer to enter the iTunes Top 10. This 16 year old singer is a standout, and on a roll. 
  2. Chloe Kohanski – Team Blake – Speaking of Chloe–she’s the queen of iTunes. Her rendition of “Thank You” entered the Top 20, while two previous performances stayed in the Top 100.
  3. Noah Mac – Team Jennifer – The Top 12 was chock full of great performances. Noah was lost in the mix this week. His Coldplay cover barely made the Top 40 by the time voting closed. Even Jon Mero out charted him! Still. There’s something about Noah. Jennifer knows she’s got a gem on her hands. 
  4. Janice Freeman – Team Miley – Miley is making smart song choices for Janice. Picking eclectic songs for the singer, who thrives on busting out of the R&B box, will be the key to her success. Her rendition of “The Story” was the performance of the night last week. 
  5. Keisha Renee – Team Blake –  Sure, Keisha is singing country songs as if they were R&B numbers, rather than presenting herself as a credible country artist. But this girl can SANG. Her smooth, soulful voice and tasteful phrasing should keep her in the competition.
  6. Shi’Ann Jones – Team Jennifer –  Shi’Ann ranked dead last on iTunes, far far behind her fellow singers. And yet she didn’t even hit bottom 2. I suspect Shi’Ann will stick around longer than folks want or expect.
  7. Red Marlow – Team Blake –  Red’s iTunes ranking last week wasn’t impressive. But I suspect he’s got people. And just wait until Blake whips out the Jesus number. Hello Top 10. It’s gonna happen. 
  8. Brooke Simpson Team Miley – Brooke has a terrific voice, but she’s getting lost in a sea of strong female singers.  She needs a break out performance in order to stick around. 
  9. Davon Fleming – Team Jennifer – While I enjoyed last week’s performance of Beyonce’s “Love on Top,” it didn’t seem to resonate with viewers. The singer needs to hit the stage this week with a real showstopper.  Another ballad might do the trick.  
  10. Ashland Craft – Team Miley – “Delta Dawn” was a poor song choice for Ashland last week. Miley should pick a contemporary tune–maybe a song with pop or rock crossover appeal. Ashland’s raw vocals aren’t being showcased to their fullest. 
  11. Adam Cunningham – Team Adam – If coach Adam picks another dud of a song for contestant Adam, he’ll land in the bottom 2 again. I’ve got an idea. If coach Adam suggests a terrible song, singer Adam should put his foot down and insist on choosing his own tune.  

Join us tonight at 8 pm ET when The Top 11 perform on The Voice, airing live on NBC.

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