‘The Voice’ Battles Come To A Climactic End
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We’re back to two nights a week on The Voice, and this week we’ve rounded out who will be moving on from the battle rounds. With only a few spots left, the competition is getting more heated and coaches are using their steals sparingly. So, who made it to the Top 32? Read on to find out!
Andrew Jannakos vs Patrick McAloon (Team Adam)
Performing to the song Free Fallin is Team Adam’s Andrew and Patrick. Even though Patrick is the more seasoned artist, the coaches were taken aback by how well Andrew performed. Blake said that the discovery for him was Andrew and agreed that his performance to the song won them over. You could tell Adam was super conflicted with choosing a winner here, but after a little consideration and help from his fellow coaches, he went with Andrew.
Winner: Andrew Jannakos
Selkii vs Cecily Hennigan (Team Blake)
Performing to Head Above Water was Team Blake’s Selkii and Cecily. Kelly commented on how both singers bring completely different energies in their performances, Cecily being a more polished and Selkii, a more rocker vibe. All the coaches seemed to be pretty split down the middle on these two and no one could directly choose one over the other. When it came time to make a decision, Blake decided to go off of experience and picked Selkii.
Montage: Carter Lloyd Horne vs LiLi Joy (Team Blake) and Karen Galera vs Alena D’Amico
While this performance to I Got You, Babe was shown for just a clip, we got to see Carter and LiLi from Team Blake battle each other. Both, having completely different vibes as artists, but ultimately Blake went with Carter.
With Team Kelly’s Karen and Alena, they battled to the song Imagine. Ultimately, Kelly chose who she thought would handle the nerves better so Karen moves onto the competition.
Winner: Carter and Karen
Kayslin Victoria vs Oliv blu (Team John)
Performing a Khalid’s song in front of Khalid? Talk about intimidating! Team John’s Kayslin and Oliv performed to Location, and they both were incredible. Oliv has a more jazzy tone, Kayslin’s pop vibe can take on pretty much any song. While this song seemed to be a better fit for Oliv, the coaches were conflicted because of how versatile Kayslin is and how much she can grow in the competition. John says his decision is up in the air because he felt both girls did such a great job. However, he ultimately went with Kayslin. While Oliv was saying her goodbyes to her coach, Blake saved the day and stole her! We’re ending the battles on a high note by having both Kayslin and Oliv move forward in the competition.
Steal: Oliv (Team Blake)
Who was your favorite artist tonight? Have you picked your winning predictions yet? Let us know in the comments!