Here's what happened tonight...
Team Adam: Jeff Jenkins versus Casey Desmond
"Reba just turned to me and said she couldn't take her eyes off Jeff the whole time; I couldn't take my eyes off Casey," says Blake. Christina says Casey has a great look and stage presence, but notes all the judges wanted Casey, while Cee Lo agrees that Casey blew him away, and gives him the battle.
Adam Blackstone says everybody expected Jeff to do well but Casey's tone is amazing: "It's a difficult one." After a brief consultation with his advisor, Adam says there is "something really mindblowing about Jeff" and awards him the win.
Adam's full team for the live shows: Jeff Jenkins, Devon Barley, Javier Colon, Casey Weston
Team Blake: Sara Oromchi versus Xenia
Christina thinks Xenia has a "really interesting, cool tone" to her voice, while Sara had more confidence, although her voice was shaky and pitchy. Cee Lo says he was equally impressed by them both, while Adam agrees with Christina that it was pitchy and claims it wasn't the right song choice.
Blake counters by saying the music industry is tough and it's about "stepping up to the plate and making things happen" even if it doesn't seem right. In the end, he awards the win to Xenia.
Blake's full team for the live shows: Xenia, Dia Frampton, Patrick Thomas, Jared Blake
Christina chooses Kelly Clarkson's 'Since U Been Gone' for this duet, telling them she would rather hear passion and emotion than perfection in the performance. Christina thinks Cherie's confidence levels have soared by the time the final rehearsal comes around, and also predicts it will be "hard sending one of [her] babies home".
Adam calls the performance fantastic, while Reba takes Blake's chance to talk, revealing that Cherie co-wrote her number one track 'Turn On The Radio' but they've never met until today. Cee Lo says they have a great collective energy, while Christina's advisor Sia praises Lily's high notes.
Christina says that Cherie made the song her own and can also hit the notes, while Lily has surprised her, especially with her outfit for the battle. In the end, she chooses to advance Lily to the live shows.
Christina's full team for the live shows: Lily Elise, Beverly McClellan, Frenchie Davis, Raquel Castro
Best friends Emily and Curtis admit having to duet on 'Need You Now' by Lady Antebellum is "bittersweet". Cee Lo knows it's a "unique pairing" because they come from opposite ends of the spectrum, but thinks the emotion and universal message of the song will "level the playing field".
Curtis and Emily end their duet with a passionate kiss, surprising all the mentors, and prompting Blake to quip: "Cee Lo probably told you to 'duet', not 'do it!'" Adam tells Curtis that he's "jealous" of his distinctive voice, joking: "I sound a girl a little bit when I sing but you have an amazing barritone that is unique and cool." Christina tells Emily she was a bit shaky in her vocals but executed some strong notes.
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Cee Lo agrees with his advisor Monica's assertion that it's a hard choice because the singers come from different backgrounds. He thinks Emily was out of her comfort zone but it was a safe spot for Curtis. After saying he is partial to both of them, he awards the win to Curtis.
Cee Lo's full team for the live shows: Curtis Grimes, Vicci Martinez, Nakia, Tori & Taylor Thompson
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