'The Voice' Battle Round Night 4: Coaches Round Out Teams of 8. See Who Makes the Cut!

Adam Levine is the only coach to have a steal left and that night is the last chance for Adam to redeem one potential singer who is bound to be sent back home after losing in the battle.

AceShowbiz - Tuesday, March 28 episode of "The Voice" marked the final night of Battle Round for season 12. The show's coaches Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys rounded out their teams, consisting of 8 contestants each who advanced to the knockouts. Meanwhile, Adam used his last steal to get another hopeful singer added on his team.

First to take the stage that night were Lauryn Judd and Lilli Passero from Team Alicia. Mentored by DJ Khaled, both perfectly nailed heartbreak song "Every Little Bit Hurts" by Brenda Holloway. Although Lauryn was electric onstage, Lilli, whom Adam dubbed "very seasoned," bested her teammate and advanced to the knockouts. Unfortunately, none stole Lauryn.

Team Adam's Jesse Larson and Taylor Alexander were up next, performing "Shameless" by Billy Joel (by way of Garth Brooks). Some considered the two were just leftovers of Adam's squad, and Adam himself admitted that the pairing made "no sense at all." However, they both performed well that night. Although Taylor impressed Adam, he picked "gifted" Jesse over Taylor. Taylor had to go back home since no one stole him.

Last performance featured Brandon Royal and Davina Leone from Team Gwen going head-to-head singing "In the Night" by The Weeknd. Although they had been helped by Celine Dion, Brandon still struggled a bit to hit his high notes. Meanwhile, Davina found herself in trouble after trying to sound too sweet. However, Brandon delivered smooth upper register tones which suited the song. Gwen eventually chose Brandon, while Adam used his final steal on Davina since he wanted to see more of her.

"The Voice" continues to air Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 P.M. on NBC.

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