The Voice Season 7 Recap: Semi-Finals [WATCH VIDEOS]

By April Lara | 3 years ago
The Voice Season 7 Recap: Semi-Finals [WATCH VIDEOS]
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Now that we have our Top 5 on “The Voice” Season 7, it’s time for their performance. In Dec. 8, 2014, they took the stage to once again wow the coaches. Read on for our full recap.

Each of the contestants performed two songs. One was picked by their coaches, while the other song was after their hometown visit, where the remaining five dedicated their songs to their supporters back home.


He took the stage with the song Adam chose, “She’s Out of My Life." It was really a good choice because the song was very emotional itself. Damien has a knack for delivering the emotions through his song to the audience. And the coaches loved it.

His second song was Paula Cole’s “I Don’t Want to Wait." It was fun to see Damien performing that kind of song.

Craig Wayne Boyd

He sang Merle Haggard’s “Working Man Blues." He sang the song very naturally and flawlessly. The coaches were very happy with his performance noting that he’s one of the best singers.

His next song was “The Old Ruggard Cross,” which was a brilliant choice.

Taylor John Williams

Gwen chose the song “Falling Slowly” by Once, which is a very romantic song. And he delivered very well, with Adam noting that it was the perfect song choice for someone like him.

Williams' second song was “Blank Space” by Taylor Swift. The coaches gave off comments such as him being unique and a true artist.

Matt McAndrew

They picked “Make It Rain” by Ed Sheeran, and Blake commented that his performance was worthy of a Grammy. Pharell also acknowledged his incredible falsetto.

His second song was U2’s “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For.” He ended it quite dramatically and can we just say that he did Bono proud in this number?

Chris Jamison

One of the most-awaited contestants was Jamison, and his first number was Maroon 5’s “Sugar.” The coaches loved it. His coach Adam said that he’s been fighting so hard to make it. It’s either he leaves, or he makes it. Either way, he’s confident that Jamison’s only way is upward.

His next song was Bruno Mars’ “If I Was Your Man." This highlighted his falsetto even more, which made it a perfect choice to sing.

What do you think of their performances? Who are your bets to make it to the finals? Let us know by posting your comments below!

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Photo source: Wikimedia Commons/Steff Geissbuhler, Chermayeff & Geismar

About the author

April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.