Well you voted, America. And then The Voice threw in some attempt at math and we got last night's eliminations. But did we get it right?
Going into the evening with two singers each, Teams Adam, Blake, Cee Lo and Christina were faced with having to reveal the score they gave their own protégés. This could have been awkward across the board, but Christina and her hideous headpiece punked out with a p.c. 50/50, leaving the nationwide vote to keep opera-guy Chris Mann around and send Lindsey Pavao home. Hopefully to learn about enunciation and not breaking the notes she can't hit. Blake pulled the same chicken move with an equal split, leading to a very surprising save for Jermaine Paul over emotional fave Erin Willett.
Adam and Cee Lo, while far from sharing a brain or fashion sense, both went with 40/60 splits for their finalists and bravely owned up to why they favored one over the other. This paid off for Levine's Tony Lucca (the Mouseketeer hunk most likely to trigger Christina's emotional eating), who bested the smoky, Adele-esque Katrina Parker, but failed on all accounts for anyone with ears when it came to Ceelo's pair. Instead of pushing star-to-be Jamar Rogers into the finale, the howling, indecipherable noisemaker that is Juliet Simms somehow emerged victorious.
So that's the final four. Is is the right quartet? Or should there be other hopefuls heading into the Voice's finale?
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