Eliminated semifinalists just happy to have had chance on 'The Voice'
They're the latest players to be eliminated on "The Voice," but Lindsey Pavao, Katrina Parker, Erin Willett, and Jamar Rogers aren't looking at the downside of getting the boot in the semifinals.
The ousted singers spoke to TODAY's Al Rocker Wednesday morning to talk about their experiences on the show and how they feel now.
"As far as I've come, I can only be proud of myself," Erin said, echoing the sentiments of her fellow former semifinalists.
As for the remaining four singers in the competition -- Chris Mann, Tony Lucca, Jermaine Paul and Juliet Simms -- they'll face off in next week's finals.
"The Voice" airs Monday at 8 p.m. ET and Tuesday at 9 p.m.
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