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A night after Cee Le Green and Adam Levine cut their teams in half, The Voice returned last night with 10 new knockout round battles.

Which five members of Team Christina would advance to the live shows? Who among Team Blake would move on?

Watch a slew of performances below and then scroll down for the full results:

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Move over, Mama. NBC actually said knock you out last night, as The Voice introduced viewers to a new innovation: The Knockout Round.

Coaches Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green paired up teammates, let each choose a track - and then immediately declared a winner, slicing their squads in half by the end of the evening.

Who made the cut? What remains of these two teams? Watch the performances below and then scroll down for the overall results...

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The Battle Round is finally over on The Voice. Who advanced to the Knockout Round, by virtue of victory in head-to-head musical showdowns or the coaches' steal?

Let's find out right here, right now!

Adriana Louise vs. Jordan Pruitt - "Hot and Cold" (Team Christina)

Winner: Adriana!

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The Voice returned with a trio of battles on Monday night, and with only a few spots remaining on each of the four teams, the Battle Rounds are nearing their conclusion.

Who advanced, who was eliminated and who was stolen?

Let's find out and relive the head-to-head battles below!

Alexis Marceaux vs. Daniel Rosa - "Whataya Want From Me" (Team Cee Lo)

Winner: Daniel!

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The Voice, like Carly Rae Jepsen and Owl City, is always a good time.

Tuesday's Battle Round performances proved this and then some, as six more singers squared off head-to-head with their singing lives on the line.

Who advanced? Who lived to sing again via the steal? Let's find out!

Liz Davis vs. Nicole Johnson - "Baggage Claim" (Team Blake)

Winner: Liz!

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The Voice delivered another wildly entertaining night of Battle Round performances Monday night, with 12 contestants singing for survival - or at least another coach's lifeline.

Who advanced? Who lived to fight another day via the steal? Let's find out!

Julio Cesar Castillo vs. Terisa Griffin - "Conga" (Team Blake)

Winner: Julio!
Steal: Cee Lo!

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After an electrifying Battle Round premiere Monday, The Voice returned with three more head-to-head performances last night in its hour-long Tuesday episode.

Let's see who won, who lost and who was stolen away to sing another day on NBC:

Team Adam - Caitlin Michele vs. Melanie Martinez - "Lights" (Team Adam)

Winner: Melanie!
Steal: Cee Lo!

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The Voice Battle Rounds have begun. Blind Auditions were so last week.

While always awesome, the Battle Rounds' flaw in past seasons was that after a truly epic duet, one of the two participants would be sent home immediately.

This season, the judges are allowed to "steal" two battle losers from the other teams, keeping them alive. We love it. On to the head-to-head action from Monday!

Amanda Brown vs. Trevin Hunte - "Vision of Love" (Team Cee Lo)

Winner: Trevin!
Steal: Adam!

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The Voice's Blind Auditions have come to an end at last.

Four teams of 16 have now advanced. Yep, 16. The bigger rosters made the opening round drag on a bit toward the end, but the coaches still entertained throughout.

All four coaches added their final two team members last night, with the Battle Rounds set to begin next week. Let's take a look at who made it though Monday ...

Team Adam Levine

Adam, picked up Caitlin Michele, a 20-year-old whose "Cosmic Love" wowed him enough to turn around, and Kayla Nevarez, whose "American Boy" also intrigued Xtina:

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Does Cassadee Pope have an unfair advantage on The Voice based on the fact that, well, she already fronts a band that used to tour with Fallout Boy?

Not according to the 22-year-old Hey Monday singer.

"I definitely think going on tour and performing a lot has really helped me, but the same could be said for everyone else who has ever played shows," she told reporters Wednesday.

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