Coaches Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton have a tall task in front of them - who will they allow to continue on and who will be sent packing? Stay with Digital Spy from 8/7c to find out!
However, it's Cee Lo's decision. Seems like an obvious one... and it is. Jamar's through to the live shows! Yay!
Just kidding, Jamar will win.
> 'The Voice' Jamar Rogers: 'I wanted to let people know there is hope'
Christina is a fan of both but eventually goes with Lindsey. Good choice, Christina!
> 'The Voice's Lindsey Pavao: 'I'm glad people liked Trey Songz twist'
When it comes to Adam, I think it's pretty obvious. Kim gets the pass to the live shows!
> 'The Voice' Kim Yarbrough: 'I never had a callback before this show'
In any case, Kim sounds amazing singing the song, actually. I'll be curious to see what she puts out there - she really connects to the material and thinks that she can use the drama of the track to her performance. Still, Robin wants her to bring a bit more tension to her rendition. I want Robin to tell me what his whole "thing" is about.
Anyway, Whitney seems to be struggling a lot since she knows she's up against Kim, who is much older and has much more experience. Alanis encourages her not to be too much in her head and instead wants her to focus on her own uniqueness rather than comparing herself to Kim. I dig Whitney, but it may not work out for her.
Cee Lo calls it a "very emotional part of the show" for him. He wishes he could keep them both, but hello, Cee Lo, get with the programme - you can't. Eventually, he unsurprisingly chooses Juliet. Boo, whatever.
Sarah holds her own during the performance, but that's all I can tell you because my ears cave in on themselves whenever Juliet opens her mouth. She really drives me nuts! I don't remember being this annoyed by her in the original auditions. Sarah's just so much more likable. Green, sure, and in need of a bit of work in terms of putting on a lively performance, but she's just shy. Okay, I'll shut up about it.
> 'The Voice' Juliet Simms: 'I've always been the one on the sidelines'
When it comes to Blake, he admits that he's shocked by Lex's ability every time she sings. However, Charlotte had more control in Blake's eyes, and he chooses to send her through. BOO! I call malarkey!
These two don't sound that great together, but I stand by my earlier assertion that Lex should win. Charlotte is okay, but is trying just a little too hard and it's not coming off as genuine at all. I think Lex has a more interesting voice and is more unique as an artist in general. Come on, Blake. See it my way!
> 'The Voice's Charlotte Sometimes: 'I felt overwhelmed': video
Christina congratulates them both on a job well done, admitting that she is always "blown away" by Geoff's power and praising Sera for her passion. Ultimately, she decides to save... well, we won't find out until after the ad break!
> 'The Voice's Christina Aguilera sings with Sera Hill in audition: video
The next morning, he gets to meet with Lionel Richie to be mentored for his performance. Lionel seems blown away by Geoff's voice and describes his delivery as "unbelievable". Both Lionel and Christina encourage Geoff to "step it up" and make sure to challenge Sera when he gets on stage.