NBCThe Voice aired the last of the Knockouts on Monday night. The two-hour episode concluded with Christina Aguilera stealing an artist from Adam Levine.
The top 20 is now set heading into next week's Live Playoffs, with five artists each on the teams led by Christina, Adam, Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams.
Here's what happened on Monday night's episode, which featured fun. singer Nate Ruess as a guest adviser:
Team Adam's Barry Minniefield and Tonya Boyd-Cannon opened the broadcast. Tonya sang "I Wish" by Stevie Wonder, while Barry performed Bobby Caldwell’s “What You Won’t Do For Love."
Blake said the two worked well together as a musical act. Christina called the artists "crazy talented." Adam said no one appreciates the opportunity more than Tonya. Adam declared Tonya the winner. Barry was eliminated.
Blake paired Brooke Adee with Kelsie May. Kelsie covered an early Taylor Swift hit, "Tim McGraw," and Brooke took on "Electric Feel" by MGMT. Nate suggested to Brooke during rehearsals that she take more ownership of the stage.
After both artists showed off their talent to the coaches, Adam commented that they are evenly matched. Pharrell added that it would be tough for Blake to lose either of them. Blake said Brooke still needed to work on being comfortable on stage. He still chose her over Kelsie, who was dismissed.
India Carney and Joe Tolo were next up for Team Christina. India selected Jessie J's "Big White Room." Joe went with Joan Osborne's 1990s hit "One of Us."
Pharrell said they both experienced "breakthrough moments." Blake complimented Joe on his powerful voice, but he felt India won the Knockout. Christina named India the winner. Joe is out of the competition.
Jacob Rummell and Lowell Oakley faced off for Team Pharrell. Lowell crooned The Temptations classic "My Girl." Jacob belted out Shawn Mendes' "Life Of The Party."
Christina said Jacob's notes were well-executed, and that she was caught off-guard by Lowell's "pre-calculated" singing. Pharrell told Jacob he was always looking to see if Jacob could drop to a lower octave. He added that Lowell's rehearsal was better than his performance on The Voice stage. He picked Lowell as the winner. Jacob went home.
Team Christina's final Knockout featured Rob Taylor and Treeva Gibson. Rob performed Al Green's "Love and Happiness," a choice that Nate praised given his falsettos. Treeva tackled "Chasing Pavements" by Adele. Nate sang it for her to demonstrate how to move to the lyrics.
Adam loved how animated Rob was. Blake raved about the way Rob began his performance. Christina complimented Treeva on taking "a leap" with her effort, and Rob for making the song his own. Rob advanced in the competition. It was the end of the road for Treeva.
In the final Knockout, Joshua Davis was matched with Lexi Dávila for Team Adam. Joshua played Amos Lee's "Arms of a Woman." Nate and Adam both advised him to tone down his growl a bit. Lexi decided on Ellie Goulding's "Anything Could Happen."
Blake said Lexi really turned it on during the second half of her performance. He then drew a laugh by saying he wanted to spoon with Joshua because Joshua delivered his best vocals to date. Joshua won the Knockout, but Christina stole Lexi.
On Tuesday night, NBC will air a recap show featuring top moments from the current season and previously unseen footage of the coaches. The Live Playoffs begin next Monday night.
Here's a rundown of the remaining artists in the competition:
Team Adam: Brian Johnson, Deanna Johnson, Joshua Davis, Nathan Hermida, Tonya Boyd-Cannon.
Team Blake: Brooke Adee, Corey Kent White, Hannah Kirby, Meghan Linsey, Sarah Potenza.
Team Christina: India Carney, Kimberly Nichole, Rob Taylor, Sonic, Lexi Dávila.
Team Pharrell: Caitlin Caporale, Koryn Hawthorne, Lowell Oakley, Mia Z, Sawyer Fredericks.
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