April 29, 2014 07:41:35 GMT
Singing-wise, Christina Grimmie of Team Adam and Sisaundra Lewis of Team Blake deliver the best performances of the night, while Adam makes Bria Kelly cry with his comment.
The Top 10 singers of "The Voice" season 6 took the stage on Monday, April 28 in the second week of the live shows. The finalists' performances were supposed to be the highlights of the show, but Blake Shelton and Adam Levine stole attention with their joke.
Before the show began, Blake threatened to leak his fellow coach's personal cell phone number. "@adamlevine... I just found the craziest thing in my phone!!! Your PERSONAL cell phone number... hope I'm not stupid enough to tweet it out...," he tweeted. Adam responded, "I'm seriously amazed at @blakeshelton's stupidity @blakeshelton your threats are so cute."
Later during the show, Blake delighted Adam's female fans as he shared the Maroon 5 vocalist's cell phone number. "HEY EVERYONE!!! Here it is: [phone number] @adamlevine's CELL NUMBER! Think I'm kidding? Try calling it!! B***h!!!" he wrote along with the cell number, but the tweet has been removed. It's unclear if the number is real since some attempts to call it resulted in busy signal.
Their bromance aside, both coaches had a great chance to win the singing competition with at least one strong singer in each team. Christina Grimmie of Team Adam took on Drake's "Hold On, We're Going Home", making it her own with acoustic approach. Usher said she deserved a spot in the finals and Shakira called it Christina's best performance by far.
Blake's other singer Sisaundra Lewis continued to deliver a solid performance. Opting for Steve Perry's "Oh Sherrie", she showed off her powerful voice. Adam praised her for always giving performances that are "out of this atmosphere," and Blake bragged, "My gosh, Sisaundra, you've made me look so smart!"
Blake's other singer Audra McLaughlin also earned praises from the coaches with her cover of Reba McEntire's "You Lie". Shakira said that was a top five performance. Also taking on a country song, "Run" by George Strait, Jake Worthington of Team Blake delivered a solid performance, according to his coach.
Kat Perkins of Team Adam opened the show that night with "Landslide" by Fleetwood Mac, showing her softer side. Blake said he was almost brought to tears by her emotional rendition, while Usher dubbed it beautiful. Adam's third protege Delvin Choice, meanwhile, was as powerful and soulful as he's always been when singing "Bright Lights" by Gary Clark Jr..
Surviving last week's technical issue, Kristen Merlin of Team Shakira took on folk song "Let Her Go" by Passenger. Blake said it was his favorite performance of hers so far, while Adam commended her for being more comfortable on stage every week. Shakira's other singer Tess Boyer delivered a fun performance of Paramore's "Ain't It Fun". While the coaches enjoyed it, there was nothing special with her performance.
Usher also has two singers left on his team. Josh Kaufman did "This Is It" by Kenny Loggins. It wasn't his best performance, but the coaches had nothing but praises for him. Bria Kelly wanted to show her vulnerable side with Avril Lavigne's "I'm With You", but Adam thought she failed to emotionally connect to the song. She fought back tears as Adam gave constructive feedback.