After a lot of eliminations, the number of contestants on "The Voice" season 2 has been narrowed down to four. On Tuesday, May 1, each of the four judges split their 100 points between their two remaining proteges, which would be combined with the audience's votes.
Christina Aguilera was the first who made her choice. She gave 50 points for both Chris Mann and Lindsey Pavao, leaving America to determine who would advance. Once the viewers' votes were factored in, Chris beat Lindsey with a score 104 to 96.
Adam Levine, meanwhile, decided to give Katrina Parker 40 points and Tony Lucca 60 points, against Christina's suggestion on Monday night to choose Katrina. "I believe that you're both equally talented. My connection with Tony could lead him to win this thing," the rocker explained. The former Mouseketeer won with a combined score of 108 compared to Katrina's 92.
Next up was team Blake Shelton. He followed Christina's path by dividing his points evenly for Erin Willett and Jermaine Paul. America's votes sent Jermaine to the finals with a total score of 123 versus Erin's 77.
Cee-Lo Green gave 60 points to Juliet Simms and 40 points to Jamar Rogers, reasoning that the former had a more touching performance the night before. The viewers were apparently also in favor of Juliet as she won with a total score of 121 compared to Jamar's 79.
On the results show, season 1 finalists Dia Frampton, Vicci Martinez and Javier Colon returned to the stage to cater the audience. Dia, who finished second last season, performed her single "Don't Kick the Chair" with Kid Cudi rapping.
Fourth placer Vicci sang her single "Come Along" with her former coach Cee-Lo, while season 1 champion Javier showcased his new single "A Drop in the Ocean". Additionally, Cyndi Lauper teamed up with Beverly McClellan to perform her classic hit "Money Changes Everything".