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Originally posted 11/13/2012 09:20PM
It was a great night for Teams Cee Lo and Adam on The Voice Tuesday. And though not everyone got good news on elimination night, there were plenty of entertaining performances from the coaches and contestants alike.
To open the night, Christina Aguilera and Green performed the world premiere of "Make the World Move," from her new album Lotus. Guest Jason Aldean also took the stage, and Blake Shelton rocked out with his team to Tom Cochrane's "Life is a Highway."
Green's Trevin Hunte, Nicholas David and Cody Belew came together for a '70s inspired – bell bottoms and all! – performance of the Bee Gee's "Stayin' Alive." But was it a sign of things to come? Keep reading for all the results ...
Originally posted 11/13/2012 07:00AM
The celebrity coaches showcased their top talent on Monday night's live episode of The Voice. While solid performances prevailed overall, a handful of the remaining contestants gave viewers at home a good reasons to vote for them.
Trevin Hunte blew viewers away by singing Percy Sledge's "When a Man Loves a Woman." He has never failed to impress the coaches and audience alike, but this performance was particularly special for the soulful crooner.
"I believe that you are going to be a blessing in so many lives," his coach Cee Lo Green told him.
Originally posted 11/09/2012 08:00AM
And now there are … a dozen.
Thursday night's episode of The Voice revealed America's – and the coaches' – favorites from the previous nights of playoffs. And while the coaches were torn about sending their singers home, only three from each team of five could continue on to the top 12.
The night kicked off with Team Adam and Team Blake joining for a performance of Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger." Then came the moment of truth for Adam Levine's singers. America saved Amanda Brown and Bryan Keith, but Levine struggled to make the next cut.
"I believe wholeheartedly in all five of my team members," he said. But when deciding among Melanie Martinez, Joselyn Rivera and Loren Allred, Levine couldn't let go of Martinez, praised so often by her coach for her unique vocals.
Levine then took to the stage himself with the rest of Maroon 5 to perform "Daylight."
Originally posted 11/09/2012 08:00AM
It was a rough night on The Voice Thursday, when the winners and the losers of the play-off rounds were revealed. Based on the results from America's votes and the celebrity coaches' decision, only three out of each team of five will continue on to the top 12.
The night kicked off with Team Adam and Team Blake joining for a performance of Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger." Then came the moment of truth for Adam Levine's singers.
Keep reading to find out all the results ...
Originally posted 11/08/2012 09:15AM
After a mind-blowing first round of play-offs on The Voice Monday, the celebrity coaches gave more mixed reviews on Tuesday's show.
After opening with a group performance of My Chemical Romance's "Sing," Christina Aguilera's and Cee Lo Green's singers took the stage for their solos.
Devyn DeLoera and Diego Val strived to give it their all, but ultimately fell short. Team Christina's DeLoera hoped to show viewers her softer side with a rendition of Leona Lewis's "Bleeding Love," but her vocals did little to convince the coaches that she had more than one singing style. Team Cee Lo's Val banked on singing Enrique Iglesias' sultry hit "Bailamos," but didn't wow the coaches.
Other competitors fared much better: Nicholas David on Team Cee Lo thrilled the coaches with an incredibly sexy and soulful take on Barry White's "You're the First, the Last, My Everything." (Watch below if you're on a desktop computer.)
Originally posted 11/06/2012 10:20AM
During The Voice's live play-offs on Monday night, the members of Team Blake and Team Adam all stepped up their game with impressive solo performances – but it will be up to fans to vote for who should advance.
Monday's show kicked off with a group performance of Boston's "Peace of Mind" before the 10 individuals took the stage. And coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton couldn't be more proud of their teams.
Team Adam's Joselyn Rivera sang Demi Lovato's "Give Your Heart a Break" that left Levine overjoyed. "I knew I wanted you on my team," he said afterward.
Originally posted 10/24/2012 07:30AM
With only one steal left Tuesday night on The Voice, the pressure was on to get a coveted spot in the upcoming knockout rounds.
Former Disney star Jordan Pruitt had to abandon her roots in order to give her an edge against the formidable Adriana Louise on Team Christina. The pair gave it all they had in performing Katy Perry's "Hot N Cold," which left all the coaches stunned.
"That was one of the best battles we've had," Cee Lo Green said as his fellow coaches concurred.
Originally posted 10/23/2012 07:20AM
The Voice is all about aspiring singers reaching for their dreams. But as Monday night's battles showed, getting to the top can be challenging – and as much about courage and confidence as it is about talent and encouragement.
"I don't know how to coach anyone to play it safe," Cee Lo Green said. "The real reward is the risk you take."
Green pitted two singers against each other who were fighting their own personal battles. Katrina survivor Alexis Marceaux's challenge was to loosen up her technically trained style. Daniel Rosa needed to conquer his nerves – and this was his second time on the show.
Originally posted 10/17/2012 10:05AM
The singers were feeling the pressure – and the judges had some tough decisions to make – as the battle rounds continued Tuesday on The Voice.
"Do what you have to do," mentor Michael Bublé said to the hopefuls. "You're fighting for your life."
In Blake Shelton's quest to find the ultimate down-home country crooner for his team, he pitted Liz Davis and Nicole Johnson against each other.
Originally posted 10/10/2012 12:35PM
Tuesday's second night of the Battle Rounds on The Voice made for some intense duos between contestants and brought out the passion from the coaches.
Team Adam's Caitlin Michele and Melanie Martinez surprised the coaches by packing two very different, yet powerful, punches. Christina Aguilera praised both for their sweet, haunting take on Ellie Goulding's "Lights."
Every coach had difficulty choosing between the distinctive songstresses, but Adam Levine stuck with Martinez and her breathy, soft vocals. Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton fought it out for the honor of bringing Michele and her bold, clear tone to their teams, with Green coming out the winner.
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