In the latest episode of The Voice Season 24, the anticipation reached new heights as two coaches carefully selected their final three artists, setting the stage for a thrilling showdown in the upcoming Live Shows. Newcomer Reba McEntire, having spent the season building a stellar roster of diverse artists, faced the challenge of narrowing down her team to the best of the best.
As the Playoffs unfolded, Team Reba encountered a setback when Knockout winner Tom Nitti had to leave the competition for personal reasons. This left McEntire with four vocalists – Jacquie Roar, Noah Spencer, Ruby Leigh, and Jordan Rainer. However, McEntire, taking advantage of the season’s Super Save feature, brought back standout soul singer Ms. Monet, expanding her Playoff team to five.
Reflecting on the unique qualities of her team, McEntire expressed the difficulty of the impending decisions. “They’re all so different,” she remarked. “They’re all so good in their own lane. It’s gonna be tough. I’ll be glad when this is over with so I can take a breath.”
Reba’s Choices: A Triumphant Trio Set to Shine in the Live Shows
In a momentous decision-making process, Reba McEntire chose Jordan Rainer, Jacquie Roar, and Ruby Leigh to represent Team Reba in the Season 24 Live Shows. Rainer, who captivated audiences with a Blind Audition cover of Reba’s hit “Fancy,” earned her spot with McEntire praising, “America is going to fall in love with Jordan, as we all have.”
Jacquie Roar secured her place with McEntire commending her ability to come alive on stage, saying, “What excites me about Jacquie in the Live Shows is she’s a show dog, and she’s gonna be a contender.” Lastly, Ruby Leigh, known for her unique yodel-packed Blind Audition, was chosen by McEntire for bringing something entirely fresh to The Voice.
McEntire emphasized the diversity within her team, stating, “They’re all three country, but they’re all three different. You could put those three, package them on a concert tour, they’d each blow the audience away.” The trio of Jordan Rainer, Jacquie Roar, and Ruby Leigh now stand poised to represent the Queen of Country in the final 12 artists heading to the highly anticipated Season 24 Live Shows.
As Team Reba prepares to showcase their talents on the grand stage, fans eagerly await the performances of these three remarkable women with distinct country music inspirations. Reba McEntire’s debut as a coach on The Voice has undoubtedly been marked by the triumph of diversity and the creation of a team that promises to deliver an unforgettable musical experience in the Live Shows.