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Contestants Have A Rough Battle Night On The Voice

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Team Adam Has A Rocky Start

The night started off with Cary Laine and Sam Behymer from Team Adam.  Both struggled throughout two rehearsals with coach Adam Levine and Aloe Blacc. During the battle Cary and Sam both continued to struggle while singing “Give Me Love.” Blake said they captured the mood of the song, but noticed pitch issues.  Blake and Usher couldn’t pick a winner of the battle and said it was a matter of Adam’s taste. Adam agreed that both artists were “totally equal tonight.” Since Sam has “so much power and emotion” in her voice he choice her to continue with Team Adam.


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Jazz Musician Loses Battle Singing Michael Bublé

Team Blakes’ Kaleigh Glanton and Noah Lis found themselves in a battle. Noah was happy to her they were singing “Everything.” Usher told Noah he came across too lounge. With the odds stacked against her Kaliegh reigned the champ. Blake picked Kaliegh over Noah because she “does things that can’t be taught.”

 


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Usher’s Last Steal

Powerhouse singers, Emily B. and Cierra Mickens, gave a good performance of Sara Bareilles’ “Brave.” Shakira expressed that both artists made the same mistakes and have amazing voices right before picking Emily.

Usher waited until the very last moment as Cierra walks away to push his button.  He said he knew he was going to steal. Usher wanted Cierra at the blind auditions and still believes she’s a star. Usher stated earlier he was “looking for something very specific for Team Usher, for an incredible talent.”


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The Voice Announces Second Round of Battles

For the first time in The Voice history a second round of battles will began next week. Coaches will send the best of the best back into battle. Contestants will be a surprised with who they will battle against. The two chosen for the battle will have to agree on the same song.  Each coach will have one final steal.

Ashley Rae, new media journalist, beginning her career in television in 2007 at Comcast Television. She started freelance writing in summer of 2013 for local newspapers and is a video journalist for Lareena Larue. Ashley Rae has a B.A. in Communication/Electronic Media from the University of Michigan and a M.A. in New Media Journalism from Full Sail University.