"The Voice": Knockout rounds continue

Grace Askew, Carson Daly and "The Swon Bros" on "The Voice," April 30, 2013.
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On Tuesday's two-hour episode of "The Voice," it was Blake Shelton and Usher's turn to take their teams to the knockout rounds.

Only four members of each team will move on to the next part of the competition. Find out who survived:

Team Blake:
Savannah Berry vs. Justin Rivers: Berry sings Justin Bieber's "As Long as You Love Me," while Rivers performs "The Climb" by Miley Cyrus. Shelton says Rivers took a risk by singing a woman's song, and declared him the victor.

Holly Tucker vs. Luke Edgington: Tucker sings Tim McGraw's "Live Like You Were Dying," and gets the audience cheering when she hits the final high note. Edgington put an R&B spin on Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream," which Shakria and Adam Levine liked but Usher didn't. Tucker wins this round.

Danielle Bradbery vs. Taylor Beckham: Shelton decides to keep Bradbury after her performance of Carrie Underwood's "Jesus Take the Wheel." Beckham, who sang Rihanna's "Russian Roulette," was sent home.

Grace Askew vs. The Swon Brothers: Askew performed Tina Turner's "I Can't Stand the Rain," while the duo took on Dobie Gray's "Drift Away." This country battle ended with Shelton picking The Swon Brothers to go to the live shows.

Team Usher:
Josiah Hawley vs. Jess Kellner: Hawkey sings Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black" against Kellner's rendition of James Morrison's "You Give Me Something." Usher chose to keep Hawley, saying that he felt "the grit" in his performance.

Audrey Karrasch vs. Michelle Chamuel: Usher made these two do push-ups and jump rope during rehearsals to get them out of their comfort zones. During the knockout, he decides to keep Chamuel, who sang Pink's "Raise Your Glass," over Karrasch, who performed Lil Wayne's "How to Love."

C. Perkins vs. Vedo: In this R&B battle, Perkins sang Chris Brown's "She Ain't You," while Vedo delivers an emotional rendition of Bryan Adams' "Everything I Do (I Do It For You)" that wins over the crowd and their coach.

Cathia vs. Ryan Innes: Cathia chooses an English-language song, Kelly Clarkson's "Mr. Know It All," and Innes picked (but them seemed to struggle with) Gavin DeGraw's "I Don't Wanna Be." Usher keeps Cathia for the live shows.

So, to recap, here are all four coaches and their teams:

Adam Levine: Amber Carrington, Judith Hill, Sarah Simmons and Caroline Glaser.

Blake Shelton: Justin Rivers, Holly Tucker, Danielle Bradbery and The Swon Brothers.

Shakira: Karina Iglesias, Garrett Gardner, Sasha Allen and Kris Thomas.

Usher: Josiah Hawley, Michelle Chamuel, Vedo and Cathia.

Tell us: Who do you think will win "The Voice"?