Four of the 12 performers will be sent home during tonight’s results show, with two others only being saved after a do-or-die performance.
Jermaine Paul sang Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer.” Christina appreciated the way he worked the room, but didn’t understand the song choice. Blake didn’t care, he knew everyone (especially the ladies) loved it.
17-year-old RaeLynn sang Maroon 5′s “Wake Up Call”. Blake Shelton said she represented the new generation of country music.
Naia Kete strayed from her usual reggae sound to take on Adele’s “Turning Tables”.
Jordis Unga sang “Alone” by Heart. Cee Lo Green loved her stage presence and Blake was so proud of the way she amped up the song.
Erin Willett performed Stevie Wonder’s “Living for the City” in honor of her (deceist) dad. Cee Lo commended Erin’s power given the circumstances that she’s been under, and Blake called it the “best vocal performance of the night.”
Charlotte Sometimes gave a dramatic rendition of Paramore’s “Misery Business,” which surprised Christina and had Blake calling Charlotte “a true artist with vision.”
Opera singer Chris Mann performed “Bridge Over Troubled Water”.
Moses Stone performed Kanye West’s “Stronger” and “Power”.
Lindsey Pavao gave a unique twist to Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know.” Adam Levine felt it was missing some power in the chorus, but Christina wishes she could buy Lindsey’s album right now because she could listen to her all day.
Sera Hill performed Drake’s “Find Your Lovin.’” Blake was more hooked on the six “male strippers” than the performance, but both he and Xtina thought Sera did a fantastic job.
Ashley De La Rosa rocked out to Alanis Morissette’s “Right Through You.” Adam said the 17-year-old was the most improved out of everyone and his opinion of her has drastically changed.
Jesse Campbell sang “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong. Adam Levine said Jesse was the man to beat.