"The Voice" Recap: Blake steals an artist from Gwen


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Tuesday night's broadcast began with Alicia pairing up Anatalia, 17, with a performance of "Two Black Cadillacs" by Carrie Underwood against Dawson, 18, who sang "Demons" by Imagine Dragons. They both put on powerful performances, but in the end, Alicia decides to keep Anatalia on her team.

At the end of the performance, Alicia Key shad to choose between Blue and Swanigan, ultimately, Blue was the victor. Keys, addressing the camera, noted that the victor of the contest would come down to "who wants it the most". She advances to the live rounds, while Dawson heads home.

Alicia praised Anatalia for "evolving" and wanting to show "all sides" of herself, and Dawson, for his song choice.

Two of Blake's team members were up next - Enid, who was a four-chair turnaround, against TSoul, who turned two chairs in "The Blind Auditions" round.

Up next, Enid Ortiz and TSoul from Blake Shelton's team prepare performances of Adele's "When We Were Young" and Otis Redding's "These Arms Are Mine".

In the end, TSoul was declared the victor because Blake said he's one of the more soulful artists in the Season 12 competition and definitely had the edge on Enid in "The Knockout Round". Enid was sent packing.

The final Knockout of the night is between Team Gwen Stefani's Aaliyah Rose and Brennley Brown.

The night ended with a battle of teen titans, as Team Gwen's Aaliyah Rose, 14, singing "Like I'm Gonna Lose You", by Meghan Trainer and John Legend, faced off against 15-year-old Brennley Brown, tackling Kelly Clarkson's "Up to the Mountain". Brennley, according to Gwen, tended to give off the wrong emotions when she sang.

The Knockout Round is well underway on season 12 of 'The Voice, ' and the coaches continue to be blown away by their artists on the April 4 episode.



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