In the end, all the coaches wanted to be friends with Caroline. CeeLo reminded both coaches and audience how special young Caroline is to the show, and to his team.
Team Christina: Josh Logan and Gnarls Barkley's “Crazy”
What a bold move, performing one of a coach’s biggest hits. But when you're soul man Josh Logan, of course, that's not a problem.
Coach Christina had enough faith in Josh that she challenged him by choosing Gnarls Barkley’s (aka Coach CeeLo’s) “Crazy.” Not only did Josh add his own flare to the song, but he impressed CeeLo to the max.
And CeeLo wasn't the only one impressed by Josh’s rendition of the tune. Blake and Adam were jealous he wasn’t on their teams. Coach Christina gave Josh the stamp of approval, saying he is one contestant that she wants to see stay.
Team Christina: Olivia Henken and Katy Perry's “Roar”
Olivia Henken needed to step away from her country roots and perform a song that would make her stand out. Coach Christina felt Katy Perry’s “Roar” was the perfect song to set Olivia apart from the rest of the competition.
Although her performance started off shaky, with a few nerves showing, Olivia pulled it together and earned rave reviews from the coaches. Of course Blake expressed how she should be on his team, but Coach Christina wasn’t having any of that.
Team Christina: Stephanie Anne Johnson and Ray Charles' “Georgia on My Mind”
When Christina thinks of versatile, Stephanie Anne is the contestant on her team that defines that word 100 percent. That is why, going into the lives, Christina felt comfortable giving Stephanie a song that was much older than she is, but would fit the classic tone and feel of her voice.
Coaches Adam and Blake were shocked that she could pull off such a challenging song, while Coach CeeLo and Christina were not surprised at all, loving every second.
Team Christina: Matthew Schuler and Miley Cyrus' “Wrecking Ball”
Matthew Schuler (aka “The Mike Tyson of 'The Voice'”) took the stage to perform what would be one of the last songs you would ever expect him to perform. Coach Christina felt it was time to showcase a more relaxed and poppy side of Matthew -- and what better way to do that than with a Miley Cyrus song!
Christina chose “Wrecking Ball” for the former rugby star. After a stellar performance (that was better than the song itself) three hearts were left broken -- the hearts of the coaches who didn’t have Matthew on their teams.
Coach Christina soaked up the moment, realizing that she may have the one player everyone should look out for.
Team Christiana: Jacquie Lee and Nina Simone's “I’ll Put a Spell on You”
How was it possible for someone to deliver a stellar performance of a song that is twice their age?
Team Christina’s final contestant of the night, 17-year-old Jacquie Lee, had a lot to prove -- and she did. Christina felt it was time for Jacquie to perform a song that was as big as her voice, to show off a more mature side of her talent. After Jacquie’s performance, all of the coaches were literally left speechless, leaving a few seconds for Christina to tell her how honored she is to have her on the team.
There you have it. After two nights of watching the top 20 perform, it is time to text, buy songs on itunes, call in and vote, then hope that your favorite makes it to the top 12. On Thursday night, America and the coaches will determine who makes it to the next round. Will your favorite make it?
I really hope mine do!