'The Voice': Who Are the Top 9 Competing in the Season 19 Live Shows Tonight?

And then there were nine!

The remaining contestants of The Voice's 19th season will sing their little hearts out on Monday night, for their chance to move forward in the NBC competition. The performers who gain the most votes will move on to the top five after four artists are eliminated during Tuesday night's show.

As for the remaining contestants, coaches Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and Gwen Stefani still have two artists on their teams. John Legend has three team members still in the running after America voted to keep country singer Bailey Rae during the instant save round at last week's live shows.

Who else is still in the running for the title of The Voice Season 19 champion? See the full list of competing artists below.

Team Legend

 'The Voice': Season 19 Top 9
John Legend appears with his team members (l-r) Tamera Jade, Bailey Rae and John Holiday on "The Voice" Season 19. The top nine performers will compete for a spot in the finals on December 7, 2020. Trae Patton/NBC

Bailey Rae

Legend has long hoped to coach a country singer on The Voice, and his wishes were finally granted when 18-year-old Rae impressed him with her riveting cover of Lee Ann Womack's "Does My Ring Burn Your Finger" early on in the season during her blind audition. The Oklahoma native, who started singing in church when she was 13, maintained her favor with Legend during the battles with her performance of Chris Stapleton's hit "Tennessee Whiskey" and her knockout cover of "Cry Baby" by Janis Joplin. At the lives, she won audiences over with her version of Kenny Rodger's classic "Sweet Music Man."

Tamera Jade

Not only was Jade the first contestant to perform during the Season 19 blind auditions, but she was also the first person of the season to receive a four-chair turn thanks to her powerful cover of "Cuz I Love You" by Lizzo. The 30-year-old Maryland native decided to go with Team Legend, where her award-winning coach has helped guide her through the battles—in which she sang H.E.R.'s "Hard Place"—and the knockouts, where she advanced after doing a killer cover of Miley Cyrus' smash hit "Wrecking Ball." However, it was Jade's cover of Patsy Cline's "Crazy" that helped her secure her spot in the top nine.

John Holiday

It's no surprise that Holiday has become a Season 19 fan favorite. His training as a professional opera singer—who can perform in four different languages, at that—helped him blow the coaches completely away with his classy (and jazzy) cover of Ella Fitzgerald's "Misty" at the blind auditions. Holiday stunned the coaches again during the battles with his version of "Summer Soft" by Stevie Wonder, and then left them spellbound with his cover of "I Put A Spell On You" by Creedence Clearwater Revival. The 35-year-old Texas native became a big hit with viewers at home when he rocked the stage with a cover of "Fly Me To the Moon" by Frank Sinatra at the first round of live shows.

Team Kelly

 'The Voice': Season 19 Top 9
Kelly Clarkson appears with her team members (l-r) Cami Clune and Dezs on "The Voice" Season 19. Trae Patton/NBC

Cami Clune

Everyone wanted 20-year-old Cami Clune on their team following her ethereal cover of Bon Iver's "Skinny Love" during the blind auditions. Legend was initially the coach that got her, and she continued to charm him with her captivating performance of Chris Isaak's "Wicked Game" against James Pyle during the battles. However, she nearly found herself eliminated when she went against teammate Holiday during the knockouts. Clarkson used her only save of the season to keep the New York-born Clune in the competition and moved her on over to Team Kelly. The singer—who suffers from Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a disorder that affects connective tissue and causes chronic pain—went on to steal the hearts of voters across the country with her sensational rendition of "Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS during the live shows.


Another four-chair turn of the season, 30-year-old Desz wowed the coaches with her soulful cover of Toni Braxton's hit song "Unbreak My Heart" during the blind auditions. She's continued to bring the heat to the competition on Team Kelly with her energetic performances of "If You Don't Know Me by Now" by Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, and Tevin Campbell's "Can We Talk" at the knockouts. She also blew the roof off the studio with her thrilling cover of Tina Turner's "What's Love Got to Do with It" at the live shows, making Desz an instant hit with voters.

Team Gwen

 'The Voice': Season 19 Top 9
Gwen Stefani appears with her team members (l-r) Ben Allen and Carter Rubin on "The Voice" Season 19. Trae Patton/NBC

Carter Rubin

Despite being the youngest contestant on the show this season, 15-year-old Rubin has proven himself to be a major standout after delivering unique and sensational vocals on covers of Lewis Capaldi's "Before You Go" at the blinds, "Like I'm Gonna Lose You" by Megan Trainor at the battles and SWV's "Weak" at the knockouts. Voters proved that they wanted to hear more from the teen when they voted for him following his stunning rendition of Mariah Carey's "Hero" at the live shows.

Ben Allen

Allen is the only country singer on Team Gwen, and she stole him from Team Blake earlier in the season. The Florida native sailed through the blinds with his cover of Brooks & Dunn's "Red Dirt Road," and continued to woo Stefani with his battle and knockout performances of "Free" and "She Got the Best of Me," respectively. Allen stole viewers' hearts when he performed "There Goes My Life" by Kenny Chesney at the live shows.

Team Blake

"The Voice": Season 19 Top 9
Blake Shelton appears with his team members (l-r) Jim Ranger and Ian Flanigan on "The Voice" Season 19. Trae Patton/NBC

Jim Ranger

California native Ranger got a chair turn from Legend almost instantly during his blind audition cover of Keith Urban's "Blue Ain't Your Color." Stefani quickly followed suit and then Shelton. (Clarkson admitted that she should have turned.) In the end, Ranger opted for Team Blake and the country star has helped him beat out the competition with his battles cover of Kane Brown's "Good as You," and Tim McGraw's "Humble and Kind" at the knockouts. He sailed on to the top nine after he won audiences over with his live show cover of "Rumor" by Lee Brice.

Ian Flanigan

Thirty-year-old Flanigan has been a top contender from the very start of the competition, thanks to his interesting and uniquely smoky voice. He warmed up the coaches with his cover of "Colder Weather" by the Zac Brown Band during the blind auditions and remained a competition standout during the battles and knockouts when he performed covers of "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" and "In My Blood," respectively. The New York native, who first started writing songs when he was just 11 years old, only continued to win the affection of viewers with a cover of Bob Dylan's "Make You Feel My Love" during the live show.