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"The Voice" enters its final battle rounds

"The Voice" continued battle rounds on Monday night, with only one night left of the head-to-head battle that leaves one teammate going home, and then it's on to the knockout rounds.

Monday night's show saw an intense round of battles from Team Cee Lo, Team Adam, Team Christina and Team Blake - and even included a steal.

Alexis Marceaux vs. Daniel Rosa for Team Cee Lo

The pair sang Adam Lambert's "What Do You Want From Me." Alexis Marceaux, who is "classically trained," gave a polished performance, while Daniel's performance was more emotional. Cee Lo ultimately went with Daniel, whose voice he said really moves him. "His voice hurts me in such a good way," said Green.

Brandon Mahone vs. Nicole Nelson for Team Adam

The two sang "Aint No Mountain High Enough" by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell. Nicole Nelson's powerhouse voice was on display in the classic duet, but Brandon Mahone brought his showmanship into the performance. Adam ended up going with Nicole, whose controlled performance won him over. When no one tried to steal Brandon Adam was upset, "I'm certainly confused as to why nobody took Brandon."

Devyn DeLoera vs. MarissaAnn for Team Christina

The two women sang En Vogue's "Free Your Mind," a song that Christina explained would give them "the opportunity to really roar." Christina says they both did well, but he decides to go with Devyn DeLoera. Blake goes for the steal saying, "I like MarissaAnn" before he pressed his button.

Brian Scartocci vs. Loren Allred for Team Adam

The duo sang Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now" and Adam goes with Loren Allred over Brian Scartocci.

Cassadee Pope vs. Ryan Jirovec for Team Blake

Cassadee Pope and Ryan Jirovec sang Gavin DeGraw's "Not Over You" and Blake decided to go with Cassadee.

Joe Kirkland vs. Samuel Mouton for Team Adam

Joe Kirkland and Samuel Mouton battled to the New Radicals' "You Get What You Give," and Adam ended up going with Joe.

Another round of battles will air tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.