Cee-Lo Green eventually follows his heart to save Cheesa though his head wants to pick Tony Vincent, while Adam Levine saves Katrina Parker who also wins the other judges' favor.
It was Cee-Lo Green and Adam Levine's turn to make a big decision on "The Voice" Tuesday, April 10. After watching all of their remaining proteges' performances on Monday night, they had to send home two contestants each.
In team Cee-Lo, Juliet Simms, Jamar Rogers and James Massone were saved by audience votes. That meant Cheesa, Tony Vincent and Erin Martin had to sing once again in front of their mentor.
21-year-old Cheesa sang Eric Carmen's "All by Myself", Broadway star Tony delivered a dramatic rendition of Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams", while Erin covered Elton John's "Your Song". In his comment, judge/mentor Adam said he's "pissed" that the contestants didn't give their best until they were in danger of getting eliminated.
His criticism aside, the Maroon 5 frontman said he leaned toward Cheesa, which was agreed by Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera. Cee-Lo admitted, "My mind says Tony, but my heart says Cheesa," before landing his ultimate choice to the Hawaiian girl.
Adam himself had to choose between Katrina Parker, Kim Yarbrough and Karla Davis after Mathai, Tony Lucca and Pip were declared safe. Katrina then performed No Doubt's "Don't Speak", Kim belted out "Spotlight" by Jennifer Hudson, while Karla stayed true to her country root by singing Bonnie Raitt's "I Can't Make You Love Me".
Blake, Cee-Lo and Christina were in favor for Katrina, as Adam did not need a long time to make up his mind. "Rather than have it be a long, drawn-out thing. I'm not gonna be emotional about this decision," he said. "Katrina, you're the winner."
Before the eliminations were announced, Jessie J entertained the audience with her hit "Domino". The judge on "The Voice UK" was joined by Christina's team for the performance.