"The Voice" season 14 was relatively quiet on Tuesday night, with only three knockout rounds taking place in the NBC singing competition. Coaches Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson were involved in the evening's action, and here are the results and highlights from each of their head-to-head matchups:
Team Alicia's Terrence Cunningham impressed in his battle round, and he did it again on Tuesday night with his knockout round cover of "Tell Me Something Good," which you can watch by playing the video above. Once again working his magic on the keys, Terrence brought the house down. But unlike last time, his fellow competitor did not go home empty-handed. Alicia used her Save on Christiana Danielle, granting her a spot in the live shows even though she lost the knockout. Since she used her Steal in Monday's episode, Alicia's hands are now tied going into next Monday's final knockout rounds.
In a battle of guys with big voices, Team Blake's Pryor Baird moved onto the live shows with his performance of "Will It Go Round And Round," continuing to prove that he can groove with the best of them. His soulful performance, which you can watch by clicking the link above, defeated Jaron Strom and his cover of "Grenade." Not that there was anything glaringly wrong with Jaron's performance, but the quiet storm of "Grenade" just didn't stand up to the high energy of Pryor's song choice. Could Pryor Baird be the next Cole Vosbury?
Kelly Clarkson's artists led off Tuesday night, with Brynn Cartelli defeating Jamella with her version of "Here Comes Goodbye." Watch her performance by clicking the link above. This was the least impressive battle of the episode, but here's an interesting fact: Jamella and Jaron Strom were both eliminated in the same knockouts episode on Tuesday after they had both advanced in the same battle rounds episode two weeks ago! That's a fun bit of editing by NBC. But with just one more set of knockouts to go next Monday, they won't be the last artists on the chopping block.
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