Reba McEntire & Josh Sanders Deliver Emotional “Back To God” Performance For ‘The Voice’ Finale
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Reba McEntire & Josh Sanders Deliver Emotional “Back To God” Performance For ‘The Voice’ Finale

The explosive conclusion of Season 25 of ‘The Voice’ saw the remaining contestants joining forces with their coaches for electrifying final performances.

Approaching the season’s climax, the finalists comprised Asher HaVon and Josh Sanders from Team Reba, Nathan Chester and Bryan Olesen from Team Legend, and Karen Waldrup from Team Dan + Shay. In a final showdown, each contestant had their spotlight moment on stage, performing alongside their coach.

Reba McEntire took to the stage with Josh Sanders, delivering a memorable performance of “Back To God” from her 2017 album, Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope.

Sanders initially caught the coaches’ attention during his blind audition. The pastor and father of five impressed with his rendition of “Whiskey On You” by Nate Smith, earning praise from Reba McEntire as a “perfect country singer.” Throughout the competition, Asher HaVon, a Gospel singer and second member of McEntire’s team in the finals, has consistently wowed the judges and audience, proving their worthiness to reach the end.


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Meanwhile, the other finalists collaborated on special duets with their coaches. Unfortunately, coach Chance The Rapper had no contestants advancing to the finals.

In addition to the contestants’ final performances, the season finale of The Voice also featured a star-studded lineup of performers, including Jelly Roll, Keith Urban, Lainey Wilson, Thomas Rhett, and more, adding to the excitement of the evening.

Looking ahead to Season 26, there are some changes in store for The Voice.

The lineup includes only one returning coach from Season 25, a former coach from previous seasons, and two brand-new coaches.

Gwen Stefani is making her return for Season 26, having previously coached in multiple seasons. Joining her are first-time coaches Snoop Dogg and Michael Bublé. Although Bublé mentored during Season 3 and Snoop Dogg advised during Season 20, this marks their debut as judges in the iconic red chairs.

The Queen of Country, Reba McEntire, will return for her third consecutive season as a coach. Unfortunately, Chance the Rapper, Dan + Shay, and John Legend will bid farewell to the singing competition, at least for now.


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