The battles continued on the most recent episode of The Voice, and as you could probably expect, the episode was filled with drama.
Getting to this stage of the competition, the artists know how cutthroat things can be, but who lost their place with their coach?
Did they get snapped up by another coach? It is time to run down the battles...
Josh Hoyer vs. TSOUL
Josh went up against TSOUL as they performed "In The Midnight Hour" by Wilson Pickett. It was a surprisingly eye-opening performance.
It proved Josh's voice was very monotonous and that he would not go much further in the competition. It was sad, but it was true.
As always, TSOUL continued to hit the high notes and proved why he deserved to be in the competition.
Autumn Turner vs. Vanessa Ferguson
Autumn and Vanessa went with "Killing Me Softly" by Roberta Flack, They have the type of voice that would work well in a duet, but they had to go against one another to ensure they lived another day in the competition.
Both of them have distinctly different voices, but they were both beautiful to listen to. Ultimately, Vanessa beats out the competition, but that did not mean Autumn's game was over.
Adam Levine stepped up to poach her for his side.
Winner: Vanessa Ferguson
Steal: Autumn Turner
Johnny Hayes vs. Julien Martinez
Johnny and Julien were practically the same in terms of vocal range. You would think you were listening to the same person.
The pair went head-to-head by singing "Hard to Handle" by Otis Redding. The judges felt like Julien was not as into the performance as much as Johnny and that cost him his place in the competition.
Winner: Johnny Hayes
Caroline Sky vs. Stephanie Rice
"The First Cut is the Deepest" by Cat Stevens is a song that can get the attention of anyone. It's a tragic song about love.
Caroline and Stephanie floundered with this performance, and it made us question whether both of them were going to get the boot.
Thankfully, they both lived another day as the coaches were able to look past this dud of a performance.
Winner: Stephanie Rice
Steal: Caroline Sky to Team Blake
Kawan DeBose vs. Malik Davage
Kawan and Malik went head-to-head with "Love me Now" by John Legend, but the two men had to perform the number in front of Mr. Legend.
That's something that would scare anyone. What if they screwed the performance up? With both men getting praise from the coaches, it was difficult to judge who was making it through to the next stage.
Unfortunately for Kawan, he was sent home.
Winner: Malik Dawage
Hunter Plake vs. Jack Cassidy
Hunter came out roaring tonight in his performance against Jack Cassidy. The pair duked it out to "Dancing On My Own" by Robyn.
Hunter improved somewhat from his most recent performance, while Jack turned in more of the same.
The surprising thing was that Jack won. Luckily, Hunter was sent over to Team Gwen.
Winner: Jack Cassidy
Steal: Hunter Plake
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