The Voice featured three more full head-to-head performances Tuesday in a condensed, hour-long version of Monday night's Battle Round premiere.
While none quite compared to the epic battle between Jacquie Lee and Briana Cuoco on Monday, some of the singers did a pretty decent job.
Who moved on? Who's headed home? Who was stolen? With just 12 more battles and four steals left to go, come along for The Voice recap!
Jacob Poole vs. Matthew Schuler (Team Christina), "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark"
Matthew was the clear favorite going in, and Jacob more than held his own, with the guys just giving it their all and turning in the night's top effort
But the favorite ended up triumphing in the end. "I just thank you for taking in everything I had to give," Coach Christina tells them, and picks Matthew.
Kat Robichaud vs. R. Anthony (Team Cee Lo), "I Don't Want To Miss a Thing"
Cee Lo went with opposites here, and the lack of chemistry showed. In a battle between R.'s precision and control and Kat's intensity, who would prevail?
"I need a natural disaster like you," Cee Lo tells Kat, adding, "Both of you guys are incomparable. There's no way to compare you." Kat got the nod.
Monika Leigh vs. Ray Boudreaux (Team Blake), "Some Kind of Wonderful"
Both Blake Shelton and guest mentor Cher were concerned about both of the singers holding back, but were quickly proven wrong in this battle.
The singers each earned praise, but Ray "sang the crap out of that," Blake says, and he sticks with Ray. Cee Lo decides to take on Monika with the steal!
Elsewhere, Cole Vosbury battled Lupe Carroll; E.G. Daily squared off with Sam Cerniglia, and Ashley DuBose performed with Justin Blake. Winners: Cole, E.G. and Ashley.
Which battle was your favorite last night? Which coach made the right (and wrong) decisions)? Whose team is the best? Sound off in the comments!