'The Voice' Knockouts Recap: Adam Levine Steals One Singer for His Team
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The night kicks off with the performances by Team Jennifer Hudson's Franc West and Tyshawn Colquitt.

AceShowbiz - The Knockouts round continued in Tuesday, October 30 episode of "The Voice" season 15. With the help key advisor Mariah Carey, the contestants were preparing for their performances before the judges, Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton and Jennifer Hudson.

The night kicked off with the performances by Team Jennifer's Franc West and Tyshawn Colquitt. Franc opted for "Call Out My Name" by The Weeknd. Meanwhile, Tyshawn hoped he would win over Franc with "Pillow Talk" by Zayn Malik. Both were astounding on their own but Jennifer eventually announced Franc as the winner.

The next performer was Team Kelly's Abby Cates who would be up against Claire DeJean. Abby sang Kelly's hit "Because of You" with Claire performing "There's Nothing Holding Me Back" by Shawn Mendes next. Abby flaunted her amazing set of pipes, while Claire's performance was a bit shaky and off-key. Abby was sent to the Playoffs as Kelly picked her.

The final performances saw Dave Fenley going against Kameron Marlowe from Team Blake. Singing "Stuck on You" by Lionel Richie, Dave showed off his soulful voice. Meanwhile, Kameron took the stage to perform "I Shot the Sheriff" by Bob Marley. It was awesome, though Blake noted that he looked somehow uncomfortable.

After much deliberation, Blake went with Dave. But Adam later hit his button and stole Kameron for his team.

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