Wednesday night's elimination episode of "The Voice" began with host Carson Daly
owning up to a voting snafu
that had made it difficult for fans to vote online and via text earlier this week; but no voting "inconsistencies" - which resulted in suspicious votes being disqualified - could keep former Ann Arborite Michelle Chamuel
down, as she sailed through yet another episode, having earned the most votes on Team Usher.
In Wednesday's episode, the two singers on each team (there are 4) that earned the most votes were safe, and then each team leader decided which of the remaining two singers would go home.
That means that the field has now been narrowed to 12, and thus far, Chamuel - former front woman for My Dear Disco/Ella Riot - has shown no signs of stopping.
Jenn McKee is an entertainment reporter for AnnArbor.com. Reach her at email@example.com or 734-623-2546, and follow her on Twitter @jennmckee.