Who Were the Top Six Contestants of "The Voice" Season 8?


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The top six contestants of "The Voice" Season 8 were Sawyer Fredericks, Meghan Linsey, Koryn Hawthorne, Joshua Davis, India Carney and Kimberly Nichole. Season 8 of "The Voice" featured coaches Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams, Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera.

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Who Were the Top Six Contestants of "The Voice" Season 8?
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After weeks of coaching and rounds of elimination, the top six contestants represented teams named for their super star coaches. Team Adam retained one contestant in the top six, Joshua Davis, a musician since high school from Traverse City, Michigan. Koryn Hawthorne, a local community singer from Abbeville, Louisiana, and Sawyer Fredericks, an artist from the small farm town Fultonville, New York, represented Team Pharrell. Team Blake placed Meghan Linsey, a seasoned singer from New Orleans, Louisiana, onstage. Meanwhile, India Carney, a lifelong musician from Brooklyn, New York, and Kimberly Nichole, an aspiring backup singer from Seattle, Washington, sang for Team Christina. These results were generated through iTunes charting. The following is the ranking from strongest to weakest: Sawyer Fredericks' version of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Simple Man"; Meghan Linsey's version of The Beatles' "Something"; Koryn Hawthorne's version of Alicia Keys' "Girl on Fire"; Joshua Davis' version of Sting's "Fields of Gold"; India Carney's version of "Over the Rainbow"; and Kimberly Nichole's version of Radiohead's "Creep."

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