The Top 12 took the stage vying for 10 spots, marking the first time this season that America’s votes will make all the decisions on The Voice now that the coaches’ saves are no more.
Monday night also marked the first time all contestants performed on the same night, showing viewers just how the artists compare to each other.
Top 12 Performances
For a second week in a row, Trevin took on a Michael Bolton song, this week with “When A Man Loves A Woman.” The song says, “when a man loves a woman, he can do no wrong.” Well, when Trevin sings, he can do no wrong.
Taking on Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black,” Bryan Keith showed his jazzy, Sinatra side. With a voice that can take on the Goo Goo Dolls, Sublime and Amy Winehouse, Keith had one of the best performances of the night.
The former Hey Monday lead introduced America to her skills on the guitar while slaying the vocals with her take on Kelly Clarkson’s “Behind These Hazel Eyes.” She spoke of a rocky relationship with her father in the recording bit before her performance and there was no doubting her emotions after hearing her sing.
Singing Boston’s “More Than A Feeling,” the Scottish rocker continued to show his range and a beautiful falsetto. We’re waiting for him to whip out the Paul McCartney/Beatles any day now.
It takes guts to choose to sing Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On,” but Sylvia Yacoub did it and did it well. It wasn’t perfect, but those runs at the end made the song her own and placed Sylvia among the best singers in the competition.
Amanda Brown toned down the rock while showcasing her voice with “Spectrum” by Florence and the Machine and Calvin Harris. We’re partial to her take on “Dream On” but Amanda’s voice is so versatile, she’s hard not to love.
The former Yale football player (a.k.a The Face) got soulful with the Lauren Hill version of “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You.” Walking down the steps a la Heath Ledger in 10 Things I Hate About You, it was hard not to swoon over his best performance to date.
The Arkansas singer continued to entertain, this week with Tina Turner’s “The Best.” Though it was missing the wow moments from last week’s “One More Try,” Cody never fails to command the stage even if he’s just strutting about. The coaches called him the last natural performer left in the competition.
Minnesota soul man Nicholas David sang “The Power of Love” by Huey Lewis. Levine called him “strange and beautiful,” which is very fitting for the unofficial face of No Shave November.
The indie-folk singer performed Young the Giant’s “Cough Syrup” by sitting on the stage floor. As always, the blonde brunette put her spin on the song with her soft, airy voice. But can her unique sound beat out the powerhouses?
Singing Carrie Underwood’s “Good Girl,” Adriana Louise showed off her playful flirty side. Vocally it wasn’t perfect, but she rocked the stage, interacting with the guitarist and even got up close and personal with Adam Levine. Looks like Xtina was right when she saved Adriana last week.
First out of the gate, Michaela Paige took on Pink’s “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” minus her usual mohawk. Though it was a fitting song for the pop-rocker, it was too easy to compare the two, and Pink always wins. She had a better performance last week with “Everybody Talks” despite the praise the coaches gave her for her Pink cover.
Who will make it into the Top 10? There are no more coaches’ saves, so America’s votes will decide the final contestants. Vote on Facebook, NBC.com, by purchasing a contestant’s song on iTunes (if an artist’s song is in the top 10 on iTunes, his or her votes will be multiplied by 10) or by phone or text (Sprint users only) up until 10 a.m. ET to choose the artists to continue on to next week.Photo Credit: Tyler Golden/NBC