'The Voice' Recap: Singers Hit the Stage for the Final Live Cross Battles

After all the remaining singers take the stage in season 16 of the hit NBC singing competition, the show will be revealing the Top 24 in the Tuesday, April 23 episode.

AceShowbiz - "The Voice" season 16 returned with a new episode on Monday, April 22, featuring the final Cross Battles. LB Crew from Team Adam Levine kicked off the night with a powerful performance of Eva Cassidy's "Wade in the Water". Meanwhile, Jej Vinson from Team Kelly Clarkson fired back with a rendition of "Versace on the Floor" by Bruno Mars.

John Legend thought that both of them were "fantastic vocalists," though he noted that LB ultimately won the battle. Blake Shelton echoed the sentiment.

For the next battle, Adam picked Kalvin Jarvel and challenged John, who chose Julian King. Kalvin awed the judges with his unique rendition of Dua Lipa's "No Rules". For his performance, Julian opted to sing Adele's "Hello". Kelly thought that Kalvin won the battle solely because of his song choice.

Blake later chose Carter Lloyd Horne to go against Team John's Jacob Maxwell. Carter took the stage to sing a sensational rendition of Kaleo's "Way Down We Go", with Jacob belting out a soulful rendition of "You're Still the One" by Shania Twain.

Next up was Kelly's trio The Bundys as she challenged Blake to a battle. The trio opted for a Jefferson Aeroplane classic for their performance that night. Blake then sent Andrew Sevener to face off The Bundys with his performance of Travis Tritt's "Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde". Blake praised Andrew for his stunning performance.

Shawn Sounds from Team John and Karly Moreno from Team Blake were the next singers up for the Cross Battles. Shawn sang Sam Smith's "Lay Me Down" while Karly responded with a rendition of Marian Hill's "Down". John totally loved Shawn's vocals, while Blake and Adam dubbed Karly's set his best performance yet.

Team Adam's Kendra Checketts later performed a slowed-down version of Justin Bieber's "Cold Water". Meanwhile, Jimmy Mowrey from Team John hit the stage to offer a terrific rendition of Shawn Mendes' "Mercy".

Rebecca Howell (Team Kelly) and Beth Griffith-Manly (Team John) were the next singers to battle each other. Rebecca chose to sing "Any Man of Mine" by Shania Twain, while Beth excited the audience with a performance of "I Put a Spell on You". John was impressed by Beth's performance while Adam praised Rebecca, saying that she might be the strongest country singer in the competition.

Team Blake's Gyth Rigdon and Team Kelly's Abby Kasch were up for the final live Cross Battles. Gyth decided to take the stage to belt out Conway Twitty and Blake's "Goodbye Time". Abby responded to it with an epic performance of Carrie Underwood's "Cupid's Got a Shotgun". Both Adam and Blake believed that Gyth would be in the finale.

The Top 24 will be revealed in the Tuesday, April 23 episode of "The Voice".

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