The Voice Recap: Who Made It Through the Knockouts?

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After fighting through the auditions and the battle rounds, the hopefuls made their way to the knockout rounds, and it sent the competition into overdrive. 

The contestants continued to fight to make it to the live shows, but who was cut from the competition? Who did not make it all the way to the live sbows?

We have the full roundup of a solid episode of this NBC reality series. 

Gwen Smiles on The Voice

Chris Blue and Quizz Swanigan

We already knew that Chris Blue and Quizz Swanigan were excellent singers and the first round of the knockouts showed that off. The pair sang "Superstitious" by Stevie Wonder, but it was evident Chris was the better singer. 

Chris hit all of the notes flawlessly, while Quizz meandered his way to the finish line, so the results were not all that surprising. 

Winner: Chris Blue

Steal Quizz Swanigan to Team Gwen

Autumn Turner and Hanna Eyre

Hanna went with "Bleeding Love" by Leona Lewis, and it was a delightful performance. Even though the song has been performed to death on singing competition series, there was still a lot to like about it. 

Autumn went with Aretha Franklin's "Respect" and found herself in a lot of trouble. Gwen branded it a terrible song choice and said that she should have chosen something else. 

Ultimately, this became clear as day when the results came in. 

Winner: Hanna Eyre

Gwen Stefani Smiles on The Voice Season 13

Hunter Plake and Johnny Gates

Hunter went with "I Want to Know What Love Is" by Foreigner. It was solid, and the dude has the potential to become a huge star. 

Johnny went with "Million Reasons" by Lady Gaga. Hunter was definitely better in his performance and managed to hit all of his notes without thinking about it. 

Winner: Hunter Plake

Casi Joy and Felicia Temple

With the knockouts in full swing, Felicia came out guns blazing with a solid performance, but she never made it through to the next stage of the competition. 

Casi turned in a solid performance, but it was evident Felicia had the edge, so it was surprising Casi eked out the victory. 

Winner: Casi Joy

Blake Shelton is Ready for Battle

Johnny Hayes and Josh West

Josh went with an infectious rendition of "Carry On Wayward Son" by Kansas, while Johnny went with "Statesboro Blues" by Allman Brothers. Both performances were up there as the best of the night. 

It did seem like Johnny had the edge, but the judges felt otherwise. 

Winner: Josh West

Ashley Levin and Lilli Passero

Ashley went with "Fancy" by Bobbie Gentry, and Lilli went with "Tears Dry On Their Own" by Amy Winehouse. Ashley's was somewhat memorable, while Lilli's was not all that. 

That did not mean that Ashley's game was over. 

Winner: Ashley Levin

Steal: Lilli Passero to Adam Levine

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