During night two of the intense Knockout Rounds on ‘The Voice,” Blake Shelton used his last steal to scoop up an artist that was previously his — find out who!
Three separate knockout pairings hit the stage during The Voice‘s March 24 episode — the talent this year is unbelievable. We have the full recap on who went home and who is moving on to Live Shows!
‘The Voice:’ Blake Steals Back Powerhouse Singer
Cody Wickline and Corey Kent White, two of Blake’s young country singers, battled it out first.
Corey decided to sing “Live Like You Were Dying,” by Tim McGraw, a song that hits home with the artist — he even choked up while rehearsing. He killed it and showed so much emotion stage.
Cody sang, “I’ll be Loving You,” — he looked and sounded like a country super star during his performance. Unfortunately for Cody, Blake went with Corey as the winner.
Blake Johnson and Deanna Johnson (not related) from Team Adam went head to head next.
Blake went with The Fray‘s hit tune “You Found Me,” — best. song. eva! He put so much soul into his performance. Simply amazing!
Deanna sang “Listen To Your Heart,” and after Adam taught her how to “just let go,” she nailed it on stage, earning her a spot in the live shows!
Pharrell’s knockout pairing, Caitlin Caporale and Hannah Kirby, teamed up next.
Hannah picked the song, “Higher Love,” to perform. “Your moves are different from anything I’ve ever seen before,” Pharrell told her during rehearsals. Hannah really knows how to move and have fun on stage!
Caitlin sang, “Warrior,” by Demi Lovato and she showed off her range and angelic voice on stage.
Pharrell picked Caitlin to continue on in the competition and Blake immediately hit his steal button for Hannah, who was originally his!
HollywoodLifers, do you think Hannah has what it takes to win this competition? Let us know in the comments below!
— Shira Benozilio