Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green's teams learned the result of America's vote during Tuesday night's live show. The public were given the chance to save one contestant on each team before each coach saved a second singer.
America chose to save Javier Colon on Team Adam, who sang 'Angel' by Sarah McLachlan during the quarter-final show. "I feel thankful," said Javier. "Very thankful for the opportunity and thankful to all of you."
Adam then had to choose who to save from his remaining contestants Jeff Jenkins, Casey Weston and Devon Barley. "This is so lame to have to do this right now," he said.
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Adam told Jeff that he "blew [his] mind" the first time he sang and required practically no coaching because he is so good; he told Devon that he won the award for "most improved" because he had gone from nervous to confident; and he told Casey that the judges made a "huge mistake" not picking her the first time she sang.
"This is against my nature and every fibre of my being," he continued. "Our friendship does not end here and I mean that. It's not just me saying that on television. I came here thinking I would pick you, Jeff, but something happened and I have to go with Casey Weston."
Casey, who sang KT Tunstall's 'Black Horse and the Cherry Tree' in the quarter-final, said: "I don't even know what I'm thinking now. This is incredible! I'm so thankful and grateful to be saved. I have another second chance and I'm so excited."
Cee Lo admitted that he was now "emotionally involved" with his entire team and this was a "sensitive moment" for him.
America chose to save Vicci Martinez over Nakia, Tori & Taylor Thompson and Curtis Grimes, who had sung 'Jolene' by Dolly Parton on the quarter-final. She said: "I love the world so much! Thank you!"
Cee Lo said that America has "great taste" because Vicci is a "very strong" performer, before explaining that he tried to choose very different singers for his team so they could avoid competition. "You guys don't compare," he told them. "You co-exist. You are your own entities. You have your own lanes and I love and respect you equally."
Cee Lo told Curtis that he put a great spin on country music and deserved to be top of the genre; that Nakia is his "brother from another mother" who rose to the occasion and showed that he wanted to win; and that Tori & Taylor are "sweet, beautiful, innocent and delicate" and he would never let anyone hurt them.
In the end, he opted to save Nakia, who had performed 'Sex on Fire' by Kings of Leon on the quarter-final. "I am so grateful now," said Nakia. "This guy is at the top of his game and I get to be on his team!"
The Voice airs its results show Wednesday at 8/7c on NBC
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