Spoilers are waiting for the final episode of the sound On November 23.
the sound The Top 11 Elimination Show took a scary turn when a contestant fell off stage after a performance with her team. Wendy Moten was on stage with Blake Shelton and the rest of the team for a live performance of “Sugar Pie Honey Bunch”. When the song ended and the contestants began to leave the stage, Moten fell and lay on the floor for a minute before the crew helped him off the stage.
After longtime host Carson Daly provided two additional hits, the sound He went to the commercial, where Daly promised an update on Moten when the live show was back. And when that happened, Wendy Moten posed with Carson Daly to brief viewers on her condition. She assured everyone that she was fine.
What a professional! Something like this happening to you on live TV must be one of the performers’ biggest fears, and I’m so glad Wendy Moten was able to pick herself up and tell us she’s going to be okay!
Carson Daly had already announced that Wendy Moten was advancing into the top ten, so her live performance with the Blake Shelton team was her last duty of the night. We hope she has plenty of time to recover before next week! Take a look at the scary moment below:
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After Wendy Moten fell, her teammates Paris Winningham and Lana Scott – as well as coach Blake Shelton – circled around, seeming to be in some pain, and Carson Daly wondered aloud off the stage if everyone was okay. Daly noted that this is the first time something like this has happened on the show in 21 seasons, which may not have been a great thing to hear about Moten, but he goes on to show anything that could happen on live TV.
With Wendy Moten’s part of the evening complete, the liquidations continued, with team member Kelly Clarkson Gymani falling into second place along with Ariana Grande’s father/son duo Jim and Sasha Allen. They each performed another song for a chance at “instant savings,” Gymani put a unique twist on the classic “Tell Me Something Good,” and Jim and Sasha Allen performed an emotional performance of Jason Mraz’s “I Won’t Give Up,” with a shout-out. Sasha Allen for “Trans Rights” with the song ending.
After a quick vote, it was Jim and Sasha Allen who got the save, unfortunately sending Jimani home. that gives the soundJunior coach Ariana Grande, two entertainers are heading into the top ten, along with two John Legend. Veteran coaches Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton are taking three artists to next week.
Our hearts are with Wendy Moten, and we hope she continues to recover!
the sound He will return for Top 10 Performers on Monday, November 29, at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. It will be Challenge Week, which Carson Daly promised will push the Top 10 of season 21 out of their comfort zone. Be sure to check out our 2021 TV schedule to see what else happens through the end of the year. the sound He will return for Top 10 Performers on Monday, November 29, at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.