The Voice Season 6 Episode 12 Recap: It's Sisaundra Lewis' World

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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.

Usher's battle featured Stevie Jo of Tyler, Tex., and raspy landscaper Morgan Wallen of Knoxville, Tenn., singing "Story of My Life" by One Direction.

That sentence alone sounds ridiculous, but they delivered. Usher elected to keep Stevie, but Adam threw Morgan a lifeline, hitting the buzzer for the steal.

After the second of three nights of part two of the battle rounds (it's a confusing format), 13 of the top 20 spots are taken, and only Blake has a steal left.

The final night of the battles is Monday, with a playoff preview Tuesday.

Who do you think was the best last night, and throughout the sixth season so far? Scroll through the rest of the Battle Round 2 performances below: