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The Voice Recap: Night 3 of The Battles

March 19, 2012 07:54 PM by Shayla Perry

It’s another night of Battles on NBC‘s The Voice! Which artists will move on to represent Teams Cee Lo, Blake, Christina, and Adam in the Live shows? Keep reading for all the highlights and performances from tonight’s show.

First up, Adam Levine has Pip and Nathan Parrett singing Amy Winehouse‘s “You Know I’m No Good.”

Will Nathan be able to overcome his nerves and knock out the performance against a more confident Pip?

According to Blake Shelton, Pip is the winner of the Battle, but Cee Lo Green says that Nathan seems to have channeled Amy herself in his “cool” performance. So who does Adam choose? It’s a tough decision, but Pip will be moving on to the Live shows for Team Adam.

The next Battle is from Team Cee Lo, where Cee Lo has unexpectedly paired The Shields Brothers with Erin Martin to sing Tina Turner‘s “What’s Love Got To Do With It.” It’s an odd match-up, but will it work?

Adam and Blake are split, with Adam siding with The Shields Brothers. All agree that the song choice wasn’t the best for Erin, but even Christina Aguilera‘s liking getting “punched in the face with rock-n-roll.”

Despite their almost flawless performance, Cee Lo decides to take Erin into the Live shows over The Shields Brothers.

Team Christina is next, with Ashley De La Rosa and Jonathas singing, “No Air.” Though they’re close in age, Jonathas has a lot more experience on stage than Ashley. Will she overcome her nerves in time for the Battle?

She did well enough for Cee Lo, Blake, and Adam to choose her as the winner, but the ultimate choice is Christina’s, and she agrees! Ashley is going to the Live shows!

Next up, Team Blake’s ALyX and Jermaine Paul are singing “Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car.” Blake wants them to let loose and have fun with the performance, but ALyX seems to be having trouble with the “fun” part.

Jermaine is the clear winner for Christina, Cee Lo, and Adam, who says that he took the song and “kicked its ass.” Blake, acknowledging ALyX’s progress, chooses Jermaine.

It’s time for Team Adam to Battle again, and the Maroon 5 singer is pairing Angel Taylor with Katrina Parker singing “Bleeding Love.”

The other three judges feel that Katrina owned the song, and after agonizing over his choices, Adam selects her to rep his team in the Live shows.

The last Battle of the night is from Team Blake, with Erin Willett and Gwen Sebastian singing “We Belong.”

Dedicating her performance to her ailing father, Erin is determined to move on in the competition.

The coaches are split, but for Blake, the winner is Erin Willett.

What was your favorite Battle of the night? Did the coaches make the right decisions? Sound off in the Comments section below and don’t forget to tune in next week as the Battle Round continues!

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3 Responses to “The Voice Recap: Night 3 of The Battles”

  1. Jamie Says:
    March 19th, 2012 at 10:02 pm

    I will not be watching next week. Last week poor voice choices and slutty colths. Same this week to bad the Voice started out great last year. The judges just seem to fake

  2. Bob Says:
    March 20th, 2012 at 2:59 pm

    Loved the blind auditions..Battle round … not so much. Some obvious winners overlooked and some obvious 2nd placers win.. Makes no sense..Hope it gets better when it gets past this stage.

  3. Lisa Says:
    March 21st, 2012 at 6:49 pm

    Horrible choices – oh my goodness I can’t even understand what’s wrong with their ears. And I agree what’s up with the strippers on stage, well I guess it works they are being chosen. That’s all I can figure since their singing was horrible!!!!! Not impressed. Last year was great and a classy show. Thank goodness for Adam he seems to be the only one with any sense of the show. NO WONDER HE WON LAST YEAR


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