Fil-Am Amy Vachal eliminated from ‘The Voice’ | Inquirer Entertainment

Fil-Am Amy Vachal eliminated from ‘The Voice’

/ 10:22 AM December 09, 2015

Filipino-American jazz performer Amy Vachal did not survive the bloodbath on hit singing competition “The Voice.”

With only four acts advancing to the show’s finale, Vachal was one of the five artists who got the boot Wednesday (Tuesday, US time.)


WATCH: Emotional Amy Vachal covers Bob Dylan, Adele hit



Incidentally, she was eliminated on her birthday.

The four finalists are Adam Levine’s act Jordan Smith, Blake Shelton’s wards Emily Ann Roberts and Barrett Baber and Gwen Stefani’s bet Jeffrey Austin.

The other hopefuls who were eliminated were Shelby Brown, Braiden Sunshine, Zach Seabaugh and Pharrell William’s mentee Madi Davis.

Vachal performed the Bob Dylan classic “To Make You Feel My Love” on Tuesday.

Netizens expressed dismay and disappointment in Vachal’s exit, but they also urged her to keep working on her craft and come up with an album. IDL

[View the story “Netizens react to Amy Vachal’s elimination” on Storify]



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