All that was sorted out with a little assistance from our very own Carson Daly!
This morning, he shared his thoughts on last night’s tense elimination show:
British pop star Jessie J, who actually coaches on the British version of The Voice, delivered a high-energy performance of her hit song “Domino” at the top of the show, and then immediately afterwards, they got down to business.
The nervous teammates from Team Adam were on deck first. Carson took them out of their misery, announcing that Mathai, Tony Lucca, and Pip had made the top 3 based on America’s votes.
That meant Kim Yarbrough, Karla Davis, and Katrina Parker had to sing one more time in hopes of getting saved by the Maroon 5 front man.
Katrina’s emotional performance of “Don’t Speak” won over not only Adam, but the entire coaching panel, so she lives to see another week in the competition.
Adam tried to soften the blow for Kim and Karla telling them, “It’s really tough. It’s a bizarre, surreal thing, but at the end of the day, you guys should all be so happy because look at this, man. This is crazy, look what happened!”
TEAM CEE LO:
Cee Lo’s top 3 came as no surprise. Both Juliet Simms and Jamar Rogers gave the most solid performances Monday night and it’s clear that New Jersey crooner James Massone is milking his heart throb status for all it’s worth.
The real shocker of the evening was how the bottom 3 drastically improved during their last chance song and frankly, that frustrated Adam Levine!
“I’m a little pissed off right now because…why did it take this long for you guys to sing like it was your last chance? You guys did a great job, but it came a little late.”
Tony Vincent, Cheesa, and Erin Martin were all leaps and bounds better than the day before, which made this a hard decision for their conflicted coach Cee Lo.
While his head told him to choose Tony, Cee Lo went with his heart and saved power vocalist Cheesa.
- Were you disappointed by last night’s results? Sound off in the comments section!
-Sarah Carroll, AMP 97.1, Los Angeles