The Voice 2014 Recap: Battle Rounds Conclude| March 25, 2014 at 11:24 PM EST
The Voice 2014 Battle Rounds concluded Tuesday night and I have only one word: Hallelujah!
The fact that the Battle Rounds went from my favorite part of this show to my least favorite is sad. I don’t understand why they were so boring this season. Even tonight’s episode felt like a complete waste of time. There were only three actually battles featured. It makes no sense. Anyway, enough complaining. Let’s get to the recap.
Cary Laine vs. Sam Behymer, “Give Me Love.” Please not another night of horrible song choices. This song was so boring. It was a decent battle, though. I think they’re both very talented singers, but Cary was clearly the standout in this battle.
My winner: Cary
Adam’s winner: Sam
The Steal: Not used. Cary unfortunately goes home.
Kaliegh Glanton vs. Noah Lis, “Everything.” Another horrible song. What is wrong with this season? Is it really this boring or is there something wrong with me? I mean it was another solid duet because they sounded great together, but I was incredibly bored. But are good singers, but I think he stood just a bit more.
My winner: Noah
Blake’s winner: Kaleigh
The Steal: Not used. Noah heads home.
Cierra Mickens vs. Emily B., “Brave.” Finally a decent battle song. They should all pick songs like this. Songs that have some power and give the two singers the chance to actually battle. This was a good battle, but Cierra is clearly the better singer. This is an easy choice.
My winner: Cierra
Shakira’s winner: Emily
The Steal: Usher steals Cierra. Which is the smartest steal in the game.
We also got one of those montages of other battles they decided we didn’t need to see. Here’s that clip for you:
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