The playoffs began on The Voice Tuesday with Team Blake taking the stage. Three singers would move on to the Top 12 live shows, and two would be cut.
He had his work cut out for him, especially when it came down to the final spot. Who'd he pick and whose run has ended? Let's get right to it, shall we?
Sisaundra Lewis' rendition of Billy Joel's iconic ballad “New York State Of Mind” put us in her state of mind, put her into the Top 12. What a powerhouse.
The soulful singer stunned in a beautiful black jumpsuit and had the coaches tripping over one another to see who could praise her more glowingly.
Audra Mclaughlin, who kicked off the evening, was almost as perfect, to the point where Blake told her, “You definitely have the other four sweating it out."
Basically, it looked like the other three would compete for the last spot, which is just how it played out. Who would join those two singers in the live shows?
Ryan Whyte Maloney brought his guitar to the playoffs to take on “Second Chance,” and reminded the coaches how unique his raspy, rocker voice is.
Madilyn Paige's performance of Zedd's pop hit “Clarity" had Blake assuring us that his steal from the Battle Rounds was warranted, but didn't seal the deal.
Jake Worthington belted out Jake Owen's “Anywhere With You,” a song that made him stand out as the true country crooner he is ... so who got the nod?
Sisaundra made the cut first, to the surprise of no one, followed by Audra, also to the surprise of no one. The final singer to move on to the Top 12 would be ...
Do you agree with Blake's decision? Can anyone stop Sisaundra on this team or any team once The Voice goes live? Share your comments with us below!