The battle rounds continued on Tuesday night's edition of "The Voice," in which where each coach picked two members of his or her team to sing head-to-head with only one person moving on. Other coaches could "steal" the competition.
Below see who, thanks to battles among coaches Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green, stayed.
Domo v. Cody Belew for Team Cee Lo
Bronx-born hip hop dancer Domo and country boy Cody Belew competed in the first battle of the show singing Lady Gaga's "Telephone." "It's a battle between the singer who can dance and the dancer who can sing," Cee Lo said.
Both were vocally sound and the decision came down to choreography, on which Cee Lo thinks they spent too much time. He ends up going with his personal preference, Cody. No one goes for the steal.
Aquile v. Nathalie Hernandez for Team Christina
The next battle came between 24-year-old Aquile, who has a powerful soulful voice, and the breathy 15-year-old Nathalie Hernadez. The two sang "You Give Me Something" by James Morrison.
The coaches praise both of the girls, but acknowledged that Aquile is the more experienced singer and she moved on to the next round.
Caitlin Michele v. Melanie Martinez for Team Adam
Caitlin Michele, the musical theater student, and 17-year-old Melanie Martinez competed to stay on Team Adam, singing Ellie Goulding's "Lights." The girls' performance was too close for Adam to call himself so he asks the other coaches for help.
"None of them want to show their hands because they want both of you on their team," Adam says before he ultimately chooses Melanie, and he was right. Immediately after Adam made up his mind, Blake and Cee Lo hit their "steal" buttons for Caitlin.
Cee Lo tried to woo the singer by saying he is unique, just like her, and Blake reminded Cailin that he turned his chair around to her in blind auditions, but ultimately she went with Cee Lo.
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