Jessie J kicked things off with her song Domino. For the end of her performance, she was joined onstage by the members of Christina Aguilera's team. And then, the voting results were announced:
Safe on Team Adam were soulful 18-year-old Mathai, former Mickey Mouse Club member Tony Lucca, who scored an iTunes hit with his Monday performance of In Your Eyes, and 19-year-old bowtie lover Pip. That left the the bottom three:MORE: Recap of Monday's performances
Kim Yarbrough, who has been entertaining for 40 years, showed off her big voice with Jennifer Hudson's Spotlight.
Country singer Karla Davis sang a tender I Can't Make You Love Me by Bonnie Raitt.
Indie pop singer Katrina Parker performed a raspy Don't Speak by No Doubt. Mentors Blake Shelton, Cee Lo and Christina all said they would save her, but Adam had to make the final call.
"Katrina, you're the one," said Adam. Kim and Karla were sent home.
Safe on Team Cee Lo were rocker Juliet Simms, whose Monday performance of Roxanne also was a hit on iTunes, charming ex-drug addict Jamar Rogers and ladies' man James Massone. Three were left to sing for Cee Lo's vote:
Broadway star Tony Vincent dramatically sang Eurythmics' Sweet Dreams.
Cheesa, the 21-year-old from Honolulu, sang a gutsy All by Myself.
Model Erin Martin performed Elton John's Your Song with her unique voice.
Adam, Blake and Christina all said they would save Cheesa. Said Cee Lo: "My mind says Tony, but my heart says Cheesa." Cheesa was saved, which meant Tony and Erin got the boot.
Next step in the finals: More performances, Monday, 8 ET/PT.
|Posted 4/10/2012 10:27 PM ET|