Was I watching the wrong show April 9, or were the majority of this week’s performances on The Voice pretty forgettable? I found myself desperately waiting for a knockout performance, but had to wait almost two hours to get it.
It was an intense night on The Voice as Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton each had to save one person from their team’s bottom three, and the contestants that weren’t saved by America had to sing for their lives — and a spot in the top four.
Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine‘s teams finally got to relax April 2, as they watched Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton’s teams perform live. The night was filled with 12 different performances of which only a couple stood out — for good and bad reasons.
Cee Lo has remained cool as a cucumber all season on The Voice, while serving as a mentor for his team of young hopefuls, but last night the Gnarls Barkley singer broke down in tears — three times!– during the fifth and final evening of battle rounds.
Maybe it’s the desperation for the live shows to begin — or possibly the two-hour recaps — but March 26’s batch of performances on The Voice was the least interesting I’ve seen all season.
The battle rounds continued March 19 on The Voice with a bizarre performance — courtesy of Team Cee Lo Green — and an emotional decision from Erin Willet, whose will to continue in the competition was tested.
The Voice coaches — Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton — felt the pressure this week, as they had to choose between two of their own team members after they battled it out in the boxing ring-like stage. The paired contestants had to give it their all after being mentored by their coaches and some of the industry’s finest.