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Which two singers will ‘The Voice’ be sending home?

By in Press Enterprise on December 6, 2017

By Sandra Barrera

It’s been an emotional Season 13, and it ain’t over yet.

NBC’s “The Voice” will be sending home two more singers during the Live Top 10 show Tuesday, Dec. 5 and the finalists have been giving their all.

But there’s one we can’t help root for. On Monday, Dec. 4, Inglewood’s Keisha Renee, the last of the Southern California constants still standing, sang a countrified version of Celine Dion’s “All By Myself” that drew love and support from the four celebrity judges.

Adam Levine brought to light that Renee has been the target of “really hateful comments pointed at your direction by some really sad cowards,” but that on that night she was “speaking directly to them, letting them know none of this affects you.”

Her coach Blake Shelton couldn’t look prouder.

“Now is the time to separate yourself from the rest of the pack,” he said to her, turning around to address the audience. “America, please, let me introduce you to Keisha, Keisha Renee.”

Also in the running are Renee’s teammates Chloe Kohanski and Red Marlow, Team Adam’s Addison Agen and Adam Cunningham, Team Jennifer Hudson’s Noah Mac, Shi-Ann Jones and Davon Fleming, and Team Miley Cyrus’ Brooke Simpson and Ashland Craft.

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