An amazing performance from Rebecca Loebe and Devon Barley made for a difficult decision for Adam Levine on Tuesday’s episode of “The Voice.” Not only were Rebecca’s and Devon’s vocals equally impressive, but the couple was perfectly match and delivered a powerful performance that made me think they should forget about the competition and become a superstar duo!
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Raquel Castro vs. Julia Easton, “Only Girl in the World” by Rhianna (Christina’s team)
Christina called Raquel and Julia her “dynamo gems,” so there were high expectations set going into the battle. While Raquel appeared more nervous prior to the performance, she showed nothing of the sort on stage. She was strong and confident, and she completely nailed the vocals and the stage presence. Christina chose Raquel.
Dia Frampton vs. Serabee, “Can’t Hurry Love” by The Supremes (Blake’s team)
This was an interesting matchup; Dia is a soft personality, while Serabee has no problem commanding the attention of the room. The women’s performance together wasn’t all that bad (Cee Lo Green said it best when he called the performance “bizarre”), but Serabee’s personality overwhelmed the performance, making Dia almost non-existent. It isn’t always about making the loudest noise, though, as Blake pointed out by deciding to keep Dia, whose voice he absolutely loved.
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Rebecca Loebe vs. Devon Barley, “Creep” by Radiohead (Adam’s team)
Although Devon was unfamiliar with this song, he felt he could relate to the words. Still, it was hard to be worried about sweet Devon being swallowed up by such a dark song. He proved us wrong, though. Together, the pair was beyond incredible. Honestly, they should quit “The Voice” and become a duo because their voices were a perfect match. Plus, they looked adorable singing to one another. Adam was torn by the performance and took a while to make his decision, but in the end chose Devon solely because of his outstanding performance.
Kelsey Rey vs. Tori & Taylor Thompson, “Unwritten” by Natasha Bedingfield (Cee Lo’s team)
Based on rehearsals, Kelsey appeared to have the edge, as Tori and Taylor didn’t seem as comfortable with the song choice. Adam was right when he called the performance adorable, especially the sisters’ portion, but it wasn’t the best performance of the night. It did make for a difficult choice for Cee Lo, but in the end, he
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