During Tuesday’s episode of ‘The Voice,’ Levine advocated for one of the contestants competing on his team to move into the semifinals over another.
Adam Levine is facing some backlash for seemingly playing favorites on The Voice.
During Tuesday’s episode of the singing competition show, the Maroon 5 frontman advocated for one of the contestants competing on his team to move into the semifinals over another.
It all started when host Carson Daly announced that Reagan Strange, 14, was in the bottom three, but was too sick to perform during the night’s Instant Save sing-off.
“She’s in the building, not feeling well at the moment, isn’t joining us,” Daly explained. “But is still here in spirit and part of the show, as for now. So we’re thinking of her.”
However, DeAndre Nico, 22, also from Levine’s team, and Dave Fenley, 39, of Blake Shelton’s team, still had to sing for their survival, as fans on Twitter voted for who they wanted to “instant save” by using a special hashtag for their favorite.
“Dave, DeAndre and Reagan remain at risk for elimination. And you can only save one of them,” Daly told the audience. “Unfortunately, Reagan’s still feeling under the weather, she’s not going to be able to perform tonight.

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