"The Voice": Battle Rounds part 4

"The Voice": Battle Rounds part 4

Los Angeles : CA : USA | Oct 16, 2012 at 11:38 PM PDT
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On part four of “The Voice” battle rounds six more pairs of singers perform but only three of them were shown on the air. On Monday’s show Adam and Cee Lo used their last available steals but Christina and Blake can still steal a singer if desired.

First up was Liz Davis and Nicole Johnson from team Blake. He chose one of his wife’s, Miranda Lambert, songs – “Baggage Claim”. Christina, Cee Lo, and Adam all agreed that the girls gave a great performance; with Christina saying she was entertained. Blake said that Miranda would be proud of the performance; adding that he didn’t know who to choose since they both did a really great job. Blake chose to keep Liz Davis on his team. Christina didn’t choose to save Nicole.

Next up was team Adam with Alesandra Guercio and Kayla Neverez taking on the Katy Perry song “Wide Awake”. Blake said the girls were neck and neck. Cee Lo was caught between which girl to choose. Adam said that both of the girls had their own issues but chose to save Kayla.

Saying that she deserved to be heard, Christina pushed her button to steal Alesandra – a classically trained performing arts high school student.

In three performances not shown on the air; Ben Taub and Mycle Wastman battled it out with Cee Lo keeping Mycle on his team. From team Adam, Adanna Duru and Michelle Brooks-Thompson performed with Adam saving Michelle. And from team Christina the husband/wife duo of Beat Frequency battled it out with Laura Vivas with Adam choosing to save Laura.

In the last battle of the night Cee Lo pitted Emily Earle and MacKenzie Bourg together for a performance of “Good Time”. After the performance MacKenzie’s dad was shouting his praise. Adam noted that there was a proud Papa; adding that they were both great. Blake said that MacKenzie had a good ear and a strong voice; while, Emily had an authentic country voice. Christina said that she had a better time watching MacKenzie. Cee Lo noted that MacKenzie had an all American voice that could perform almost anything; but added that he had mixed emotions for both of the singers. When Cee Lo chose to save MacKenzie, his dad was very excited.

Sherrill Fulghum is based in Niagara Falls, New York, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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