The Battle Rounds are complete, as The Voice's coaches finalized their teams for the knockout rounds on Tuesday with some terrific final duets.
The coaches how have eight singers apiece headed into next week's Knockout Round. Kicking things off last night? Cathia and Mary Miranda ...
In a bold move, Shakira pitted Bronx native Cathia, an aspiring Latina pop star, against Cuban-born Mary using her own song, "Antes Des Las Seis."
Usher, the only coach who had an available steal, used it to nab Cathia after Mary emerged triumphant. Elsewhere on the final night of Battles ...
Adam Levine paired Sarah Simmons with Duncan Kamakana on Lady Antebellum's "Wanted You More," with Lady A's own Hillary Scott as assistant coach.
Sarah ended up winning the battle and widespread praise.
The evening also pitted the oldest competitor, Shawna P., 45, against one of the youngest, Brandon Roush, 19. They sang "Piece of My Heart."
This time, experience won out. Shakira picked Shawna.
Finally, Adam chose Amy Whitcomb over Agina Alvarez; Blake chose Justin Rivers over the Morgan Twins; and Usher picked Michelle Chamuel over Chelsea M.
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