Here's Why Ryan Gallagher Was Forced To Leave The Voice

Payge Turner is out of The Voice after she failed to secure America's votes to secure a place in the top nine

Payge Turner is out of The Voice after she failed to secure America's votes to secure a place in the top nine

There's a mystery on "The Voice".

Daly did not cite a reason, only stating Gallagher "had to exit the competition". Get the best news, information and inspiration from TODAY, all day long.

Fans of The Voice were left confused Monday night when contestant Ryan Gallagher did not appear on the first live show of the season.

Although it's unclear whether Ryan had received the most votes from his Four-Way Knockout, Carson ultimately announced Taryn would advance based on the votes that were tallied for the other three contestants.

Another source shared that, while COVID-19 illness wasn't the cause of Gallagher's departure, the safety protocols for the virus were (via Yahoo!). Some people think it may have something to do with his family, since he had previously revealed that his mother had been hospitalized with the coronavirus.

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Their goals then did us a lot of damage because we were playing well and pressing well high up. "I feel strong. This is a hard moment but we need to show our character now and stand tall", he said.

"I don't even know where to start, thank you for taking a chance on a small town country girl from Oklahoma", she told Legend. However, everybody's fine, that's not the cause of what happened tonight on The Voice.

In his Instagram Story post Monday night, he reassured his fans who'd expressed worries he was not on the show due to a family emergency.

Gallagher has yet to comment in detail on the abrupt end to his run on the popular NBC show. "It's been awesome to work with you and you pushed me as an artist and told me to stick to my traditional country roots which I think is so cool and I can not thank you enough".

Gallagher then shared a photo of himself wearing a tuxedo.

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