The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8 Episode 21 Recap: Mending Fences

Will the ladies ever be the same again?

That’s what I kept asking myself while watching The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8 Episode 21, which served as the final episode of the season. 

Kyle Richards has been emotional throughout much of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8, and I think it’s fair to say it could be down to the animosity amongst her family. 

Kyle is currently working on a TV show with Paramount Network that is inspired by the life of her mother, Kathleen Richards. 

During Tuesday’s emotional episode, Kyle opened up about the effect her decision to produce the series had on her relationship with her sister, Kathy Hilton. 

Simply put, the relationship was now non-existent. 

Host, Andy Cohen asked Kyle about the relationship, and she said the following in response:

“Not great. That’s why I’m looking forward to her seeing American Woman, because I think she’s going to look and say, ‘I read the situation wrong,’ and then we’ll go from there”.

“I feel it’s unfair to talk about them [her relatives] honestly,” Kyle sobbed. “I would never throw any of my family under the bus, ever.”

Elsewhere, Erika Girardi and Teddi Jo Mellencamp continued to be at odds with each other. 

“The way you’ve always talked to me, it’s like you’re talking down to me,” whined Teddi who is big on people taking accountability for their actions. 

“You are not this innocent fawn in the woods. Raise up or get the f*** out, come on girl,” said Erika who was not buying the innocent girl act. 

Lisa Vanderpump chimed in and said that Erika was acting too harshly towards her nemesis, noting that they should not have been bickering. 

“Your blog was scathing, saying that I have no character,” snapped Erika in response to Teddi comparing her to Regina George from Mean Girls. 

“You are heard here, I hear you…but we had to have it out baby,” said Erika by the end of the episode.

 “This felt like the right way,” smiled Teddi as their friendship was put back on track. How long will it take for the fighting to kick back off again between them? 

We also got some more insight into what went down when Lisa cropped Dorit Kemsley’s face off the pictures that were used in the Beverly Hills Lifestyle Magazine. 

“Did you cut off the [my] head because you were looking to punish me?” asked Dorit to a blindsided Lisa. 

“It is kind of harsh to cut off someone’s head,” said Lisa Rinna.

“I didn’t personally edit the photographs,” said Vanderpump.

“I really didn’t care, because you weren’t happy with them [the photos], I didn’t care,” the SUR boss continued. 

“How the f*** do you win with this group?” she said to Andy who was loving every minute of the feud. 

As for that feud between former BFFs Vanderpump and Richards, it sure sounds like it’s still going strong. 

“My grandmother meant a lot to me too, do you know her name?” said Kyle after the whole Nanny K scenario was brought up. 

“Most of our conversations…90 percent of them, are about you because she has anxiety because she has hypochondria because of the family dynamic, she does,” said Vanderpump after admitting she did not know anything Kyle’s grandmother. 

“I’m always calming you down…she has her knickers in a permanent twist,” Vanderpump continued.

After all of the arguing, the ladies put the past behind them, but there’s no telling when the action will kick off again. 

What did you think of the episode?

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The Voice Recap: Who Survived Double Elimination Night?!

We’re getting closer to The Voice Season 14’s finale, and that means it’s time to whittle the contestants down to ensure only the best performers make it all the way to the end. 

Monday’s results show was a surprising one. The reason for that was that everyone turned in a solid performance, and it made it obvious the popular vote was going to come into play. 

Before we got to the elimination, we had to endure a string of performances. It would make sense at this stage to have a more streamlined series, and that would include eliminating at the end of Monday’s episode. 

The Voice is dropping in the ratings, and that could be attributed to the sheer amount of filler. Now, that’s not to say I didn’t enjoy the performance from Charlie Puth. His pathway to stardom is an exciting one. 

After Charlie’s spectacular, it was down to Five Seconds of Summer to wow the audience with a rendition of “Youngblood.” It was just as great as you would expect.

Sent to Safety 

Kyla Jade (Team Blake)

Britton Buchanan (Team Alicia)

Brynn Cartelli (Team Kelly)

Jackie Foster (Team Alicia)

Pryor Baird (Team Blake)

Kaleb Lee (Team Kelly)

Spensha Baker (Team Blake)

That meant Christiana Danielle, Jackie Verna, and Rayshun LaMarr were the bottom three and had to perform to try and stay in the competition. 

Christiana Danielle (Team Alicia) – “Unchain My Heart”

Christiana has great vocal range, and out of the three performances, her one showed her in the best light. This was the best song she could have hoped for on the night, but was it enough to save her? 

Jackie Verna (Team Adam) – “I Told You So”

Jackie’s performances have been all over the place of late, and her latest number proved that she was not a consistent performer. It was off-key, and it looked like she could be exiting the process. 

Rayshun LaMarr (Team Adam) –  “Let’s Get It On”

Rayshun has flirted with the bottom several times, and this latest number was more of the same from him. The man is struggling to get the votes. 

When all was said and done, Rayshun was saved, while Christiana and Jackie were given the pink slip. 

We now have just eight performers left, and with the finale fast approaching, there’s no telling who will win, 

The Voice continues Monday on NBC. 


Teen Mom 2 Recap: Not to Stir the Pot, But …

On the season premiere of Teen Mom 2, we saw a ton of oft-discussed storylines come to fruition on camera for the first time.

When Teen Mom 2 Season 9 Episode 19 got underway, fans finally got to experience some of the biggest drama in franchise history.

If you watch Teen Mom 2 online, you know about Kailyn Lowry and Javi Marroquin’s history … and how Briana DeJesus fits in.

Well, what we didn’t see, even after watching this play out online for months at a time, was how the fit finally hit the shan.

So to speak.

When the episode began, Briana met co-star Leah Messer for the first time when going to the MTV VMAs together last fall.

Bri gushed about Javi, Kailyn’s ex, claiming that the two were just friends but acting as if they were much more than that.

The real eyebrow-raiser came when Briana told Leah that he was bringing his son to visit her in Florida – and stay at the same hotel.

“I don’t think she’ll be happy,” Leah told Briana about Kailyn’s obvious reaction to this. “She’s probably going to be mad at you.”

Feeling awkward about having this information dropped on her, Messer went and told Lowry, who took it about how you’d think.

“It seemed like they were trying to cover it up with something else,” Leah said, and Kailyn indeed felt blindsided by the news.

Javi downplayed it when asked about it, but was annoyed – as was Briana – upon learning that Messer ratted him out to Kail.

Javi, Briana and Kailyn Split Pic

Meanwhile, Jenelle Evans found herself wrapped up in a custody battle against the mother of her second baby daddy, Nathan Griffith.

Nathan’s mom filed for motion for emergency custody of their son Kaiser, fearful of the possibly abusive conditions in Jenelle’s home.

“I’m sick of us trying to have our happy ending and everyone’s trying to f–k it up,” Jenelle, who is now married to Dave Eason, said.

Both Nathan and Jenelle’s mom, Barbara Evans, agreed that Kaiser may be mistreated there and that David is responsible, however.

“He has tendencies to be a violent person,” Nathan said of David, who reportedly doesn’t like Kaiser because he looks like Nate (really).

Nathan Griffith, David Eason Split

“He doesn’t touch the kids like that,” Jenelle said in his defense. “Everything’s completely fine here and everyone thinks it’s not.”

Meanwhile, back in Javi’s world, he said he and Briana text every day and have “really good chemistry,” so who knows what’ll happen!

Kailyn said she’s watched Briana’s behavior on the show and that she seems “messy” and that “Javi likes to s–t where he eats.”

Whatever that means.

In South Dakota, Chelsea Houska changed Aubree’s name to DeBoer, because that’s what Aubree wanted, to be named for Cole.

Cole, of course, is Aubree’s stepfather, not her biological dad. That would be Adam Lind, who said he would agree with this arrangement.

Only if he got child support reduced or eliminated completely, that is. Leave it to this guy to try to use this name change as an excuse.

Lind, of course, was later arrested for domestic assault and his ex-fiancee filed for a restraining order, accusing him of more abuse.

“His drug use is just out of control,” Chelsea said.

“He’s, like, getting worse.”

That’s truly amazing.


Jersey Shore Recap: Ronnie’s French Fry Situation Gets Greasy

Rahn, stahp!

Those are the words that viewers might find themselves shouting at their screens throughout the study in arrested development that is Jersey Shore Family Vacation.

Several members of the guido squadron have matured in surprising and satisfying ways, but as Pauly D so eloquently observed, Ronnie-Ortiz Magro remains the president for life of the IFF (the esteemed I’m F–ked Foundation).

This week’s episode saw Ronnie making a brave and foolish gambit by sticking to his “deny everything” credo.

(To his credit, we suppose it takes balls to go on TV and admit that the guiding motto of your life is “lie all the time.”)

Just last month, Ronnie welcomed his first child, but at the time JSFV was filmed, his then-girlfriend, Jen Harley, was pregnant with Magro’s baby.

Needless to say, really adds an additional layer of awfulness to his decision to cheat on Jen with a European club-goer who was unfortunately dubbed “French Fry” by Ron’s roommates.

But did Ron really cheat – or did he just take flirting several steps too far?

We may never know for sure thanks to that damn “automatic door-closer” (Ron’s lies have been more amusing than Pauly’s catchphrases this season, which is really saying something.), but frankly, it doesn’t look good.

“She’s building it all up in her head from [videos] of me twirling a girl,” Ron opined after bizarrely ratting himself out in a conversation with Jen.

“It’s not like the girl was grinding on me or was bent over,” he added.

When Vinny Guadagnino aptly points out that French Fry did, in fact, grind on Ron’s junk. the famous agro Magro ‘roid rage rears its ugly head.

“I did not close the door, and you know what, I didn’t know that the f—king door had an ‘automatic closer’ out of nowhere,” Ronnie argued as a flashback clip of him closing the door to “see if it works” appeared on our screens.”

“So the door shut, so it looked worse than what it really was. I did not shut the door.”

The episode concluded with Jen actually showing up at the house and the question of how long it will take The Situation to blow up Ron’s spot lingered over the ostensibly happy scene.

These days, of course, reality TV shows are multimedia affairs.

We watch the events of several months ago unfold on our TV screens, and then we get real-time updates on social media.

So while last night’s episode may have ended with a cliffhanger, we know exactly how the Ronnie-Jen situation plays out – in a word, horribly.

Just last week, Ronnie called Jen a “c-m dumpster” in a bizarre Instagram rant in which he also accused her of refusing to delete sex tapes she made with her ex.

Now, Ronnie is rumored to be dating Scheana Marie of Vanderpump Rules, which is likely to result in a bi-coastal mess.

It may be painful to watch at times, but the guidos should be insanely grateful for Ron’s drama, as it allows them to bitch about botched haircuts for comic relief while their boy delivers the fireworks that keep people tuning in.

Watch Jersey Shore online to relive all the years of beach-adjacent madness.


Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Episode 22 Recap: Fight for Your Mind

Alex confronted his past on Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Episode 22 as he realized it was time to face up to his mother. 

Jo went along for the ride with him because she did not want him doing it all on his lonesome. Alex’s world was rocked when a neighbor confirmed that Helen was not at home … she was at work. 

This was surprising because his mother struggled with schizophrenia throughout his life, and he wondered why she never called him. 

As such, he confronted her at her work. Helen maintained that she wanted to reach out, but the only thing keeping her sane was sticking to a rigorous routine. 

That was too much for Alex, so he went to play baseball and blew off some steam. Jo listened as he whined about how bad his life was. However, he did admit that she gave him one good year. 

Talking about it made Alex realize that his mother is unwell through no fault of her own and that he should be happy about her moving on. 

He returned to the library and said that he was happy for her. He also asked for a library card because he said he would come visit her. It was a heartwarming scene, but Helen did not feel like she would be able to attend the wedding. 

In her own unorthodox way, Helen was better and doing her own thing. 

Elsewhere, Amelia was trying to wean Betty off the drugs, and the pair debated about how she should feel. But Betty was not ready to fully commit to recovery and escaped through the bathroom window. 

This made Amelia attend an AA meeting, and she admitted that she was trying to save a troubled teenager. But she never managed to locate Betty before the episode was over. 

Meanwhile, Arizona had to contend with a woman who was scared of having surgery. It stemmed from her father dying during surgery when she was 5-years-old. 

The case helped Arizona realize that she needed to put Sofia first, and that paved the way for her to call time on her relationship with Carina. 

Arizona closed her arc this week by calling Callie and saying that Sofia needs to go home with her and that she would be moving to New York. 

The other big storyline revolved around Meredith doing her presentation for the mini-livers. She decided to confirm Marie Cerone was the one who helped Ellis all those years ago. 

But Meredith was not ready to deal with Marie. The reason? The woman tried to destroy her a few months back over what happened in the past. 

What did you think of the episode?

Hit the comments below. 

Watch Grey’s Anatomy online right here to get caught up with all the action!

Grey’s Anatomy continues Thursdays on ABC. 


Riverdale Season 2 Episode 20 Recap: Shadow of a Doubt

The Black Hood continued to try and destroy the town of Riverdale on Season 2 Episode 20, and he got a whole lot closer to doing so. 

When the episode got underway, Archie was campaigning for his father by going door-to-door. However, the real reason for going door-to-door was to gaze into every set of eyes in Riverdale because he thought he knew who it was based on the eyes. 

If you watch Riverdale online, you will know fine well that Archie has been all over the place when it comes to the Black Hood case. With one bad decision after another, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to like the character who is supposed to be the protagonist. 

After a meeting with Hiram, the villain admitted he wanted Archie to start up the Dark Circle again. The true motive was that it would help Hermione’s campaign because the town would look like it was falling apart. 

Moose wasted no time in confirming he and Midge did fight that fateful night of her death, but he was adamant about not killing her. When probed for answers, Moose admitted that Midge was having sex with a Serpent. 

Fangs revealed to Jughead that he was the one sleeping with Midge, but Jughead’s footage hits the internet confirming Fangs was the one sleeping with Midge, and well, the town went bananas. 

Elsewhere, Betty wondered whether Hal could be the Black Hood and confided in Cheryl. The pair started an investigation of their own into it. 

They made their way to his apartment and found the codebook the Black Hood was using to send her messages early in Riverdale Season 2. 

However, things took an explosive turn and Fred and Hermione’s debate when Hermione revealed to the town that Archie was the leader of the Dark Circle, effectively destroying Fred’s cause. 

Then, the Black Hood appeared on the balcony and aimed at the crowds with a gun. Gulp. Everyone survived the ordeal, but Fangs was in jail, so it ruled him out as the killer. 

When it comes time for Fangs to be released from the jail, the Serpents rally around him as angry protesters wait outside to go crazy at him for Midge’s murder. 

Archie noticed Reggie making a run towards them with a gun, and the two boys fought, but the gun still went off, and Fangs fell to the ground. 

Betty then called her father to tell him to meet up with her “where it all started,” and she started laying out the evidence for why he was the killer. 

He didn’t show up, and Cheryl was shocked to answer her door, fully expecting it to be her mother, and finding the Black Hood waiting to greet her. 

Oh yes, Riverdale is good again!

What do you think will become of Cheryl? Could she actually be killed off?

Riverdale continues Wednesdays on The CW!


The Real Housewives of New York Season 10 Episode 5 Recap: Tea for Tat

Will Sonja Morgan ever be able to get back in the inner circle?

That question was posed to viewers on The Real Housewives of New York Season 10 Episode 5 as one thing led to another and more details about why she was so sucky to her pals were revealed. 

When the episode got underway, Sonja visited Bethenny Frankel, and the two women got talking about what was going on between Sonja and the others. 

Sonja felt like they all had it out for her, and Bethenny agreed to an extent. However, Sonja then started dragging Tinsley because she allegedly had money while living with her and never thought to buy her anything. 

Bethenny felt it was a bit much to diss someone for monetary woes and that it was none of their business where she got her money, so Sonja was to let it slide. 

Sonja then moved on to the big shouting match that ensued between her and Dorinda and how Bethenny never stepped in to defend her. 

If you watch The Real Housewives of New York online, you will know that Bethenny has not been big on confrontation for a while now, and it suits her. 

Once upon a time, Bethenny would not keep her mouth shut about something minor, and it would result in all of the ladies at odds with each other. 

Ramona’s name was also thrown out there. There’s no denying that it’s odd. Ramona and Sonja were inseparable for so long, and now they’re so far apart, they might as well be in different time zones. 

Ramona wanted all of the animosity to be put to bed in the friendship circle, so she yelled at Sonja to apologize to Dorinda after the big bust-up in the Hamptons. 

This irked Sonja because she felt like she was being silenced and that a true friend would not do that to her. The troubling thing is that friendship is a two-way street and both women need to work together to keep it that way. 

In any case, the ladies were forced to put their beef aside to indulge in a shopping trip, but there was a surprising guest there. 

Ramona had invited Missy Pool along, as well as Luann. Missy was the one who was apparently getting hot and heavy with Tom in the Regency hotel. 

Ramona is not a very good friend if she invited both women to be in the presence of one another. There’s going to be some awkward moments. 

“Ramona should know better. It’s just not cool,” said Carole Radziwill in a confessional. 

“Why I shouldn’t invite her because of Luann?” Ramona later said in her defense.

“You know it’s a big party; it’s 60 people. I wouldn’t invite her if it were just six or 10 girls, it’s 60 people. She doesn’t see him anymore!”

“Come on, really?” Luann admitted to viewers.

“Am I surprised that every time Ramona has a party she invites Missy? No, because she has no respect for me.”

“Who knows, it’s a women’s shopping event. Tom could be coming out from the dressing room before I know it!”

Surprisingly, the meeting was not as awkward as one would think and they complimented each other. 

“I never had a problem with Missy … I think the man was the problem!” Luann admitted. 

“I never had a problem with you,” said Missy with a smile. “The man was the big problem. You just got to make the most of it.”

Okay then. 

What did you think of all the latest developments?

Hit the comments. 

The Real Housewives of New York continues Wednesdays on Bravo. 


Little People, Big World Recap: Look Who’s Here! (Just a Tad Late)

There was a special delivery on Tuesday night’s episode of Little People, Big World.

And we mean this literally.

Before getting to the main storyline of the installment, we’ll talk for a moment about Amy Roloff.

She’s been the most central figure of the new season, having said on previous installments that and she isn’t sure about her future with Chris Marek.

This time around, she and Chris were on a vacation when she got mad him for abandoning her.

“I’m definitely enjoying the trip, but we did get into an argument,” Roloff told the camera at one point, explaining what happened:

“When we were having dinner, he just left, and he was gone for a long time, and I was left by myself. I had no idea where he was, what we was doing.”

Marek eventually returned and shrugged off Amy’s complaint initially.

He just want to speak to some friends. What was the big deal?

“My head was in a different place when I walked away from the table,” he said, adding that he apologized and the two are now on good terms.

“There’s some fundamentals in a relationship, and the two that we’ve got nailed are trust and communication.

“We trust each other 100 percent and we communicate well, so that’s part of the reason it’s going so well.”

It really is. The couple has now been together for over a year.

But enough about an old relationship.

Let’s talk about a brand new one… as in, the relationship Audrey Roloff formed last night with daughter Ember Jean, who took her sweet and adorable time entering the world.

The episode was filmed many months ago, so we caught up with Audrey and Jeremy while they were anxiously awaiting their daughter’s birth.

The thing, is she was late.

“It’s a really unsettling feeling just knowing that any day I could wake up and go into labor … and just knowing that the most pain I’ve ever experienced is right around the corner,” Audrey admitted.

We’re sure millions of women can relate.

She added: “Mentally and emotionally, the toll it takes on you is kind of exhausting.”

As the days continued to tick away and Audrey remained pregnant, she touched on another problem this raised:

“My plan is to have a natural childbirth, but if I go 12 days past my due date, then that’s when the doctors will want to induce,” she revealed.

“I don’t want to be induced, so I’m just really hoping and praying that she’ll come before then.”

As fans of the family and the series must know by now, Audrey gave birth on September 10, a full 10 days past her due date.

This did allow her to have a natural birth, however.

The night she went into labor, Audrey suffered excruciating contractions … without any kind of epidural or painkiller.


“The closest thing it feels like to me is someone taking a chainsaw to your stomach,” she said.

(Have we mentioned of late that all women are total and complete superheroes?)

Despite doubting herself an hour into delivery (I kept thinking, I’m not sure if my body is going to be able to do this), Audrey pushed on and pushed through and pushed her first child out.

Ember was born at 9:40 a.m., weighing 7.13 lbs. and measuring 20.25 inches long.

“Seeing her for the first time was crazy,” Audrey said. “Just so exhausted and so full of joy. … It’s just a miracle the way it goes down.”

To see this incredible experience in action, click below to watch Little People, Big World online.


The Voice Recap: Who Made Top 10?!

The Voice Season 14 continued to whittle down the contestants Tuesday night as we inch closer to the season finale. 

As is always the case with a results show of The Voice, there was a lot of filler as we found out who got through to the next stage of the competition. 

Pryor Baird and Britton Buchanan were the first two announced to be advancing. 

Janelle Monae then took to the stage to perform “Make Me Feel.” It was a great song, and we’re sure it will be another hit for the singer. 

America then voted to save both Rayshun LaMarr and Brynn Cartelli. This paved the way for another performance. 

This time, it was Team Adam who turned in a striking rendition of Coldplay’s “The Scientist.” It was a bit all over the place and made it clear one person should sing the song. 

Spensha Baker, Jackie Verna, Jackie Foster, Kyla Jade and Kaleb Lee were subsequently voted through. 

That meant Christiana Danielle and Sharane Calister were the bottom two for the evening and one of them was being sent home. 

But first, they had to perform another song to sway votes their way. 

Sharane – “If I Were a Boy”

Sharane benefits with the slower songs that allow her voice to be dialed all the way up. This was a great example of that. 

Christiana – “A Thousand Years”

Christiana gave it her all and proved that she is a force to be reckoned with as far as performing goes. It’s just a shame she struggles to bring in the votes. 

It was all down to the instant vote, and Christiana was the one who achieved the most. She advanced to the top 10. 

As for Sharane, her tenure on the series was over, and she was sent home. The good thing about the live shows this time around is that the right contestants are being sent home. 

The viewers are voting for the weaker vocalists, and that’s a good thing. Most of the middle of the pack performers are kept in way too long. 

What did you think of Sharane’s elimination?

Who do you think will go next?

Hit the comments below!

The Voice continues Monday on NBC. 


The Voice Recap: The Top 11 Perform Fan-Picked Songs!

The Top 11 took to the stage on The Voice’s Monday night episode, but they did not get to perform songs they picked. 

Instead, the viewers got to pick the songs their favorite competitors belted their hearts out to. It’s certainly a fun direction to take things. 

Did this twist give some of the more marginal performers the opportunity to emerge above the others, or did it make them circle the drain?

Let’s break down the eleven performances. 

Pryor Baird Team Blake – “Night Moves”

Pryor has been all over the shop since he appeared at the Blind Auditions, so it was a pleasant surprise to hear him sing a song that was made for him. 

Who knew a Bob Seger number would be the thing to put Pryor back into the competitive loop?

Sharane Calister – Team Adam – Hero

Sharane seemed to have the handle on the performance from the get-go, but it quickly fell apart. There were questionable vocals, lots of breathing and even silly stage movements. 

Sharane might have cost herself a spot in the Top 10, you guys. 

Kaleb Lee – Team Kelly – “T-R-O-U-B-L-E”

Kaleb got a good song to work with. It showed off just how great he can be if he gets a song choice that works for him and his voice. Will it be enough to keep him in the competition? We have no idea. 

Jackie Foster – Team Alicia – “Love Reign O’er Me”

Who would have thought that Jackie would be able to move on after that horrid “Toxic” number? It’s genuinely going to be the performance that haunts me the most from this season. In any case, Jackie successfully proved she has a lot of fight left in her. 

Jackie Verna – Team Adam – “Strawberry Wine”

Jackie’s country vocals effortlessly turned this performance into one of Jackie’s best performances yet. It oozed confidence and reiterated the fact that song choice is key. 

Kyla Jade – Team Blake – “Sweet Sweet Baby (Since You’ve Been Gone)”

This song gave Kyle the podium she needed to elevate her voice to a whole new level. It wasn’t full of shouting; it was filled with powerful vocals and confidence. 

Christiana Danielle – Team Alicia – “Umbrella”

Christiana went full steam ahead and rejigged the whole song. The result? A flawless performance that was up there was one of the best of the night. 

Brynn Cartelli – Team Kelly –  “You and I”

It was a bit cruel to give someone a Lady Gaga number. I mean, her voice is unique, so trying to replicate that is something that’s very difficult. 

Brynn tried her best, but it was difficult to listen to. 

Rayshun LaMarr – Team Adam – “Try a Little Tenderness”

Rayshun’s performance was confusing. It kicked off very well, but it faltered about the midway point and never really recovered. 

What paved the way for the big change? We have no clue, but it may well have cost Rayshun a place in the Top 10. 

Britton Buchanan – Team Alicia – “Perfect”

Who can say they’ve covered an Ed Sheeran song and failed? Probably everyone, and that included Britton. There’s was nothing remotely unique about his performance, and he was definitely served up a raw deal. 

Spensha Baker – Team Blake – “Better Man”

Spensha is too inconsistent to take seriously. Her latest number was not great, and I’m beginning to think she would be better off the show and finding her own voice. 

What did you think of the top 11?

Hit the comments below. 

The Voice continues Tuesday night at 8/7c!