Jordan Smith Makes It To The Voice 9 Finale

The Voice frontrunner Jordan Smith has made it to the final four of NBC’s singing show ‘The Voice.’ Smith joined other finalists of the show on Tuesday’s results show of The Voice Season 9.

Last night, the 21-year-old Smith performed his amazing version “Somebody To Love” by Queen, backed by a gospel choir as he closed the show. The performance was more upbeat but it was as intense and powerful as ever.

His coach Adam Levine and the rest of the coaches joined in a standing ovation at the end. Levine screamed his excitement, and then even went on stage to hug his artist and do a mic drop.

Other artists in the final four are Emily Ann Roberts, Barrett Baber and Jeffery Austin. While Amy Vachal, Braiden Sunshine, Shelby Brown, Zach Seabaugh and Madi Davis failed to enter the finals of the competition.

December 14, the final 4 will perform and December 15, The Voice Season 9 winner is revealed.