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The playoffs wrapped on The Voice Tuesday, cementing the Top 12 as we move on to the live shows next week and ending the coaching phase.

Up until this point, each of the surviving singers have either won two battles and/or enough points from a coach to advance. Now that's all over.

The coaches trimmed their rosters from five to three singers for the live shows, and Tuesday's one-hour episode put Usher's contestants in the hot seat.

The Voice Season 6 Playoff Performances (Team Usher)
As his coach, Usher, looks on, Josh Kaufman takes his best shot with "It Will Rain."
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Josh Kaufman - It Will Rain (The Voice)

1. Josh Kaufman - It Will Rain (The Voice)

As his coach, Usher, looks on, Josh Kaufman takes his best shot with "It Will Rain."


Bria Kelly - Wild Horses (The Voice)

2. Bria Kelly - Wild Horses (The Voice)

Knowing it's do or die, Bria Kelly covers the Rolling Stones' "Wild Horses."


T.J. Wilkins - Tell Me Something Good (The Voice)

3. T.J. Wilkins - Tell Me Something Good (The Voice)

With a trip to the live shows on the line, T.J. Wilkins goes all out on "Tell Me Something Good."


Stevie Jo - The Thrill Is Gone (The Voice)

4. Stevie Jo - The Thrill Is Gone (The Voice)

Stevie Jo puts it all on the line with his version of "The Thrill Is Gone."


Melissa Jimenez - Halo (The Voice)

5. Melissa Jimenez - Halo (The Voice)

Melissa Jimenez makes a bid for the live shows with her take on "Halo."


T.J. Wilkins sang "Tell Me Somethin' Good" by Rufus and Chaka Khan, after Usher taught him a personal favorite technique for imitating instruments.

Melissa Jimenez tackled a stripped-down version of a demanding song in Beyonce's "Halo," soaring on the long notes, but occasionally losing support.

Stevie Jo went with BB King's "The Thrill Is Gone," full of loose blues riffs, raspy moments and falsettos, even if he held some notes for too long.

Bria Kelly picked up a guitar for The Rolling Stones' "Wild Horses," and put forth an emotional performance that while not her best, was strong.

Josh Kaufman dedicated Bruno Mars' "It Will Rain" to his wife, adding a lot of raspy high notes that the original track doesn't have, and earning praise.

Usher then announced that his three picks to advance were ...

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The Voice eliminated four performers between Team Shakira and Team Adam last night, while six moved on to the top 12. Who fell into which group?

Let's break down the performances by team and find out ...

The Voice Season 6 Playoff Performances (Team Adam, Shakira)
Christina Grimmie gives everything she's got to "I Won't Give Up."
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Christina Grimmie - I Won't Give Up (The Voice)

1. Christina Grimmie - I Won't Give Up (The Voice)

Christina Grimmie gives everything she's got to "I Won't Give Up."


Kristen Merlin - Two Black Cadillacs (The Voice)

2. Kristen Merlin - Two Black Cadillacs (The Voice)

Knowing that her fate is in Shakira's hands, Kristen Merlin gives "Two Black Cadillacs" her all.


Deja Hall - Battlefield (The Voice)

3. Deja Hall - Battlefield (The Voice)

Hoping to advance, Deja Hall pours her heart and soul into "Battlefield."


Tess Boyer - Human (The Voice)

4. Tess Boyer - Human (The Voice)

In a make-or-break performance, Tess Boyer performs "Human" for her coach, Shakira.


Patrick Thomson - Trouble (The Voice)

5. Patrick Thomson - Trouble (The Voice)

Facing elimination, Patrick Thomson kicks it into gear with "Trouble."


Dani Moz - The Edge of Glory (The Voice)

6. Dani Moz - The Edge of Glory (The Voice)

Dani Moz puts it all on the line with a playoff take on "The Edge of Glory."


Jake Barker - She Will Be Loved (The Voice)

7. Jake Barker - She Will Be Loved (The Voice)

In a do-or-die performance, Jake Barker swings big on "She Will Be Loved."


Morgan Wallen - Stay (The Voice)

8. Morgan Wallen - Stay (The Voice)

As his coach, Adam Levine, looks on, Morgan Wallen makes a bid for the live shows with "Stay."


Delvin Choice - Let's Stay Together (The Voice)

9. Delvin Choice - Let's Stay Together (The Voice)

Looking to head to the live rounds, Delvin Choice sings the soul classic, "Let's Stay Together."


Kat Perkins - Open Arms (The Voice)

10. Kat Perkins - Open Arms (The Voice)

Knowing it could be her final performance, Kat Perkins takes "Open Arms" to new heights.


Kristen Merlin of Team Shakira took on Carrie Underwood’s “Two Black Cadillacs” and absolutely killed it. Blake Shelton called it "flawless" ... high praise.

Deja Hall, 16, belted out Jordin Sparks’ “Battlefield” with such ease that Usher said she almost sang above the track and Shakira was proud of her confidence.

Tess Boyer, the only singer to have been coached by three coaches, put forth a rendition of “Human” by Christina Perri that was hauntingly beautiful.

Patrick Thomson, was up next with his take on Ray LaMontagne’s classic “Trouble.” He gave a strong and soulful performance that impressed the coaches.

Dani Moz put a new twist on Lady Gaga’s “Edge of Glory,” giving the coaches goosebumps and bringing at least one of them to tears. But would it be enough?

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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?

The Voice Season 6 Playoff Performances (Team Blake)
With a trip to the live shows on the line, Sisaundra Lewis nails her take on Billy Joel's "New York State of Mind" with an electrifying performance Tuesday.
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Sisaundra Lewis - New York State of Mind (The Voice)

1. Sisaundra Lewis - New York State of Mind (The Voice)

With a trip to the live shows on the line, Sisaundra Lewis nails her take on Billy Joel's "New York State of Mind" with an electrifying performance Tuesday.


Jake Worthington - Anywhere with You (The Voice)

2. Jake Worthington - Anywhere with You (The Voice)

As his coach, Blake Shelton, looks on, Jake Worthington sings his heart out on "Anywhere with You."


Madilyn Paige - Clarity (The Voice)

3. Madilyn Paige - Clarity (The Voice)

In a make-or-break performance, Madilyn Paige sings "Clarity" for her coach, Blake Shelton.


Ryan Whyte Maloney - Second Chance (The Voice)

4. Ryan Whyte Maloney - Second Chance (The Voice)

Hoping to advance to the playoffs, Ryan Whyte Maloney gives his best to "Second Chance."


Audra McLaughlin - A Broken Wing (The Voice)

5. Audra McLaughlin - A Broken Wing (The Voice)

As her coach, Blake Shelton, looks on and listens to every note, Audra McLaughlin pours her heart into "A Broken Wing."


Blake Shelton's Playoff Picks (The Voice)

6. Blake Shelton's Playoff Picks (The Voice)

Pressed to select just three of his remaining artists to move on, Blake announces his playoff picks.


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?

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After twice the amount of Battle Round performances, The Voice has found its Top 20 here in Season 6 as seven contestants advanced to the playoffs.

With Coldplay frontman Chris Martin offering expertise as guest mentor for all four coaches, the remaining singers sang for their lives Monday night.

See the performances, and The Voice results, below ...

The Voice Season 6 Battles: Round 2
The Voice's Melissa Jiminez and Music Box battle it out on "Girl on Fire."
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1. Melissa Jiminez vs. Music Box

The Voice's Melissa Jiminez and Music Box battle it out on "Girl on Fire."


Brittnee Camelle vs. Jake Barker: Climax (The Voice)

2. Brittnee Camelle vs. Jake Barker: Climax (The Voice)

Brittnee Camelle vs. Jake Barker: "Climax" (The Voice Battle Round Highlight).


Bria Kelly vs. Madilyn Paige: I'll Stand by You (The Voice)

3. Bria Kelly vs. Madilyn Paige: I'll Stand by You (The Voice)

Bria Kelly vs. Madilyn Paige: "I'll Stand by You" (The Voice Battle Round Highlight).


 Kat Perkins vs. Dawn and Hawkes: Suddenly I See (The Voice)

4. Kat Perkins vs. Dawn and Hawkes: Suddenly I See (The Voice)

Hardworking bar band singer Kat Perkins takes on musical couple Dawn and Hawkes in a battle over "Suddenly I See."


Clarissa Serna vs. Dani Moz: Perfect (The Voice)

5. Clarissa Serna vs. Dani Moz: Perfect (The Voice)

With their coach, Shakira, studying their every move, Dani Moz and Clarissa Serna pour themselves into "Perfect."


 Ryan Whyte Maloney vs. Kaleigh Glanton: Easy (The Voice)

6. Ryan Whyte Maloney vs. Kaleigh Glanton: Easy (The Voice)

Ryan Whyte Maloney vs. Kaleigh Glanton: "Easy" (The Voice Battle Round 2 Highlight).


Megan Ruger vs. Audra McLaughlin: 'The Climb' (The Voice)

7. Megan Ruger vs. Audra McLaughlin: 'The Climb' (The Voice)

Hoping to take their journeys to the next stage, Megan Ruger and Audra McLaughlin square off on Miley Cyrus' "The Climb."


T.J. Wilkins vs. Cierra Mickens: 'Get Here' (The Voice)

8. T.J. Wilkins vs. Cierra Mickens: 'Get Here' (The Voice)

Cierra Mickens and T.J. Wilkins put it all on the line in a vocal battle singing the R&B classic "Get Here."


Tess Boyer vs. Jake Worthington: 'Have a Little Faith in Me' (The Voice)

9. Tess Boyer vs. Jake Worthington: 'Have a Little Faith in Me' (The Voice)

In a Team Blake showdown, Jake Worthington faces off against Tess Boyer in a duet of "Have a Little Faith in Me."


Josh Murley vs. Patrick Thomson: 'Run to You' (The Voice)

10. Josh Murley vs. Patrick Thomson: 'Run to You' (The Voice)

Josh Murley and Patrick Thomson sing their hearts out for Coach Shakira on Bryan Adams' "Run to You."


Christina Grimmie vs. Sam Behymer: 'Counting Stars' (The Voice)

11. Christina Grimmie vs. Sam Behymer: 'Counting Stars' (The Voice)

Christina Grimmie and Sam Behymer square off on OneRepublic's "Counting Stars" for a trip to the playoffs.


Delvin Choice vs. Josh Kaufman: 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered' (The Voice)

12. Delvin Choice vs. Josh Kaufman: 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered' (The Voice)

Performing one of Coach Adam's favorite songs, Delvin Choice and Josh Kaufman battle on Stevie Wonder's "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours."


Ddendyl vs. Deja Hall: 'Say Something' (The Voice Battle Round)

13. Ddendyl vs. Deja Hall: 'Say Something' (The Voice Battle Round)

With a trip to the play-offs on the line, Ddendyl and Deja sing a transcendent duet, A Great Big World's "Say Something."


Morgan Wallen vs. Stevie Jo: 'Story of My Life' (The Voice Battle Round)

14. Morgan Wallen vs. Stevie Jo: 'Story of My Life' (The Voice Battle Round)

Morgan Wallen takes on Stevie Jo for a trip to the play-offs as they sing One Direction's "Story of My Life."


Emily B. vs. Kristen Merlin: 'I Can Love You Better' (The Voice Battle Round)

15. Emily B. vs. Kristen Merlin: 'I Can Love You Better' (The Voice Battle Round)

Kristen Merlin and Emily B. put it all on the line, battling over Dixie Chicks' "I Can Love You Better."


Biff Gore vs. Sisaundra Lewis: 'It's a Man's Man's Man's World' (The Voice)

16. Biff Gore vs. Sisaundra Lewis: 'It's a Man's Man's Man's World' (The Voice)

Biff Gore and Sisaundra Lewis square off in a battle round showdown, singing James Brown's "It's a Man's Man's Man's World."


Sultry R&B singer Melissa Jimenez bested Music Box with a dynamic performance of "Girl on Fire," as her coach felt she showed more potential.

PR diva Dani Moz outlasted pop rocker Clarissa Serna on "Perfect," by Pink, as Shakira praised Clarissa's poise, but Dani's register was "insane."  will move on.

Former yodeling cowgirl Kat Perkins took down duo Dawn and Hawkes, with Adam calling Kat one of the most underrated singers of the competition.

Singing garbageman Ryan Whyte Maloney topped classical guitarist Kaleigh Glanton, thanks to Blake opting for Ryan's raw power over Kaleigh's creativity.

Bartender Jake Barker edged nursing student Brittnee Camelle, as simplu just has that quality that makes Adam feel like he needs to hear more.

Bluesy Bria Kelly defeated Madilyn Paige on "I'll Stand By You," with Usher opting to take Bria and leaving Blake to steal Madilyn to finish out his team.

Behold, The Voice Top 20 contestants headed to the live playoffs:

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While it may be good for ratings, not everyone is loving the chemistry between The Voice Season 6 judges.

Shakira's boyfriend Gerard Pique, for example, is reportedly not a fan of the "flirty" interactions between the singer and her co-host, Adam Levine.

“Adam is always touching Shakira,” a source close to the show told Star magazine.

"Gerard is livid."

Shakira's been dating pro soccer player Gerard since 2010. She's spoken before about Pique's "territorial" ways stating that she's no longer allowed to make music videos with men.

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Sisaundra Lewis made The Voice Season 6 Episode 12 her personal something Tuesday night. There aren't words to describe that level of domination.

Watching her take on the formidable Biff Gore in a battle round performance of James Brown's "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" was almost otherworldly.

"All we try to teach anybody on the show is what you just did," Adam Levine said, which sums it up well. This is a performance you've got to see ...

Sisaundra's "sick" register made this an easy call, despite Biff more than holding his own up there. He's just not a "one-in-a-trillion vocalist" like Sisaundra.

Elsewhere, former opera student and lounge singer Ddendyl of Washington, D.C., took on kidney-missing R&B singer Deja Hall of San Antonio.

On "Say Something," Ddendyl was praised for her performance, but Shakira makes her choice based on which singer she's most curious about: Deja.

Shakira also took Kristen Merlin of Hanson, Mass., who sang the Dixie Chicks' "I Can Love You Better" and bested Emily B of Twin Falls, Idaho.

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The Voice welcomed new coach Pharrell Williams and new mentor Chris Martin into the fold Monday, but not even those two could outshine the competition.

In the first-ever round two of the battles (essentially the battles replacing the knockouts this season), six duos went head to head for all the marbles.

Who won, who lost and who was stolen? Let's break it down!

The Voice Season 6 Battles: Round 2
The Voice's Melissa Jiminez and Music Box battle it out on "Girl on Fire."
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Melissa Jiminez vs. Music Box

1. Melissa Jiminez vs. Music Box

The Voice's Melissa Jiminez and Music Box battle it out on "Girl on Fire."


Brittnee Camelle vs. Jake Barker: Climax (The Voice)

2. Brittnee Camelle vs. Jake Barker: Climax (The Voice)

Brittnee Camelle vs. Jake Barker: "Climax" (The Voice Battle Round Highlight).


Bria Kelly vs. Madilyn Paige: I'll Stand by You (The Voice)

3. Bria Kelly vs. Madilyn Paige: I'll Stand by You (The Voice)

Bria Kelly vs. Madilyn Paige: "I'll Stand by You" (The Voice Battle Round Highlight).


 Kat Perkins vs. Dawn and Hawkes: Suddenly I See (The Voice)

4. Kat Perkins vs. Dawn and Hawkes: Suddenly I See (The Voice)

Hardworking bar band singer Kat Perkins takes on musical couple Dawn and Hawkes in a battle over "Suddenly I See."


Clarissa Serna vs. Dani Moz: Perfect (The Voice)

5. Clarissa Serna vs. Dani Moz: Perfect (The Voice)

With their coach, Shakira, studying their every move, Dani Moz and Clarissa Serna pour themselves into "Perfect."


 Ryan Whyte Maloney vs. Kaleigh Glanton: Easy (The Voice)

6. Ryan Whyte Maloney vs. Kaleigh Glanton: Easy (The Voice)

Ryan Whyte Maloney vs. Kaleigh Glanton: "Easy" (The Voice Battle Round 2 Highlight).


Megan Ruger vs. Audra McLaughlin: 'The Climb' (The Voice)

7. Megan Ruger vs. Audra McLaughlin: 'The Climb' (The Voice)

Hoping to take their journeys to the next stage, Megan Ruger and Audra McLaughlin square off on Miley Cyrus' "The Climb."


T.J. Wilkins vs. Cierra Mickens: 'Get Here' (The Voice)

8. T.J. Wilkins vs. Cierra Mickens: 'Get Here' (The Voice)

Cierra Mickens and T.J. Wilkins put it all on the line in a vocal battle singing the R&B classic "Get Here."


Tess Boyer vs. Jake Worthington: 'Have a Little Faith in Me' (The Voice)

9. Tess Boyer vs. Jake Worthington: 'Have a Little Faith in Me' (The Voice)

In a Team Blake showdown, Jake Worthington faces off against Tess Boyer in a duet of "Have a Little Faith in Me."


Josh Murley vs. Patrick Thomson: 'Run to You' (The Voice)

10. Josh Murley vs. Patrick Thomson: 'Run to You' (The Voice)

Josh Murley and Patrick Thomson sing their hearts out for Coach Shakira on Bryan Adams' "Run to You."


Christina Grimmie vs. Sam Behymer: 'Counting Stars' (The Voice)

11. Christina Grimmie vs. Sam Behymer: 'Counting Stars' (The Voice)

Christina Grimmie and Sam Behymer square off on OneRepublic's "Counting Stars" for a trip to the playoffs.


Delvin Choice vs. Josh Kaufman: 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered' (The Voice)

12. Delvin Choice vs. Josh Kaufman: 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered' (The Voice)

Performing one of Coach Adam's favorite songs, Delvin Choice and Josh Kaufman battle on Stevie Wonder's "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours."


Ddendyl vs. Deja Hall: 'Say Something' (The Voice Battle Round)

13. Ddendyl vs. Deja Hall: 'Say Something' (The Voice Battle Round)

With a trip to the play-offs on the line, Ddendyl and Deja sing a transcendent duet, A Great Big World's "Say Something."


Morgan Wallen vs. Stevie Jo: 'Story of My Life' (The Voice Battle Round)

14. Morgan Wallen vs. Stevie Jo: 'Story of My Life' (The Voice Battle Round)

Morgan Wallen takes on Stevie Jo for a trip to the play-offs as they sing One Direction's "Story of My Life."


Emily B. vs. Kristen Merlin: 'I Can Love You Better' (The Voice Battle Round)

15. Emily B. vs. Kristen Merlin: 'I Can Love You Better' (The Voice Battle Round)

Kristen Merlin and Emily B. put it all on the line, battling over Dixie Chicks' "I Can Love You Better."


Biff Gore vs. Sisaundra Lewis: 'It's a Man's Man's Man's World' (The Voice)

16. Biff Gore vs. Sisaundra Lewis: 'It's a Man's Man's Man's World' (The Voice)

Biff Gore and Sisaundra Lewis square off in a battle round showdown, singing James Brown's "It's a Man's Man's Man's World."


Audra McLaughlin vs. Megan Ruger (Team Blake)

Chris Martin, fresh off his conscious uncoupling with Gwyneth Paltrow, mentored the girls with his talent, genuinely constructive critiques and humor.

In learning that they selected "The Climb," he asked, “Does she twerk in that song?” No Miley Cyrus Twerking in that one, C-Mart. Just pure inspiration.

When it came time for battle, Audra blew away the judges and Blake, despite saying what a tough call it was, said, "I think I can win this thing with Audra.”

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Pharrell Williams has been tapped as a coach for The Voice Season 7 on NBC, the network announced with an appropriately #happy Tweet today.

Pharrell: New Voice Coach!

NBC posted: "Okay, we can OFFICIALLY say it! WE ARE SO #HAPPY to announce PHARRELL WILLIAMS = #NewVoiceCoach for SEASON 7."

Pharrell added, "This is going to be so fun." Adam Levine, who has been a coach on all six seasons thus far, replied "Welcome to the circus dude!"

NBC boss Paul Telegdy added that "he has already made a considerable impact as a mentor, drawing on an impressive track record as both a producer and performer."

"It is a perfect fit for The Voice as we evolve and reach for new heights with this franchise. It feels like we are welcoming an existing family member home."

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Fresh off of his conscious uncoupling with Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin joins NBC's The Voice for the second half of the battle rounds next week.

The Coldplay singer and mentor's simplest advice for the aspiring stars?

Whenever you're in doubt, channel your inner Mick Jagger up there.

The competition is about to get real on all four teams, and sometimes the littlest changes can make the all the differences when you're battling the best.

Martin will advise each of the singers on vocal technique, stage presence and the importance of tailoring songs to their own strengths and personality.

Following the shocking Gwyneth Paltrow-Chris Martin split, he joins fellow Voice Season 6 mentors Jill Scott, The Band Perry, Aloe Blacc and Miranda Lambert.

The Voice used to feature the Knockout Round at this point in the competition, but now The Battles: Round 2 will take its place due to the duets' intense popularity.

After the coaches pick the Top 12 from the battles, we go live April 21, with the contestants competing for viewer votes, along with the Twitter Instant Save.

Excited to see Martin on the show? How are you liking Season 6?

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The Voice Season 6 Episode 10 saw the conclusion of the battle rounds. Well, the first wave at least, 'cause a brand new second round will air next week.

Because what The Voice needed was definitely another format change.

On the heels of the Gwyneth Paltrow-Chris Martin split, the Coldplay singer will anchor round two of the battles Monday. Should be very interesting.

The final three matchups of this week aired last night, along with clips of some others did that not make the cut. Let's break down the latest showdowns:

The Voice Season 6 Episode 10 Battle Round Performances
Cierra Mickens trades off with Emily B. on a soaring take on Sara Bareilles' "Brave."
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Cierra Mickens vs. Emily B: 'Brave' (The Voice Battle Round)

1. Cierra Mickens vs. Emily B: 'Brave' (The Voice Battle Round)

Cierra Mickens trades off with Emily B. on a soaring take on Sara Bareilles' "Brave."


Cary Laine vs. Sam Behymer: 'Give Me Love' (The Voice Battle Round)

2. Cary Laine vs. Sam Behymer: 'Give Me Love' (The Voice Battle Round)

With their coach, Adam Levine, staring intently, Sam Behymer and Cary Laine deliver a beautifully matched "Give Me Love."


Kaleigh Glanton vs. Noah Lis: 'Everything' (The Voice Battle Round)

3. Kaleigh Glanton vs. Noah Lis: 'Everything' (The Voice Battle Round)

Kaleigh Glanton battles crooner Noah Lis on Michael Buble's "Everything."


Ryan Whyte vs. Cali, Christina vs. Joshua, Kristen vs. Lindsay (The Voice Battle Rounds)

4. Ryan Whyte vs. Cali, Christina vs. Joshua, Kristen vs. Lindsay (The Voice Battle Rounds)

Ryan Whyte Maloney battles Cali Tucker on "What's Love Got to Do with It"; Christina Grimmie matches up against Joshua Howard on "I Knew You Were Trouble"; and Kristen Merlin tackles Lindsay Bruce over "Turn on the Radio."


Team Shakira's Cierra Mickens vs. Emily B. dud battle on Sara Bareilles' hit "Brave," and Emily B. struggled with dynamics, while Mickens was pitchy.

Yet each showed sufficient vocal stylings and creativity to move on. Shakira chose Emily, leaving Cierra to be rewarded with Usher's final steal.

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