"My advice to you? Quit," Blake flat-out told Kelly, as she faced a tough decision during Season 21's final Battle Rounds.
"His voice has got the bluegrass stuff and the country stuff, but it has almost an Elvis kind of harder-edged tone," said guest adviser Dierks Bentley.
"Hailey literally plays outside linebacker for her high school football team. Now you know why she sings like that," Blake Shelton said of the singer Kelly Clarkson nicknamed "the cheetah."
As Cabello watched a Battle Rounds rehearsal of her own 2015 hit “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” she shared the story of how the song sparked a romance with Mendes, who she started dating in 2019.
"I was really glad that I was moved enough turn around, because sometimes in life, when it rains it pours, and you just need a break from the storm,” Parker McKay's coach Kelly Clarkson mused.
This seemed like a surprising snub, but then the contestant explained that she'd been given a sign from God.
Berritt Haynes's original wish was to simply attend a 'Voice' taping, but instead he found himself on the stage.
"That was so incredibly moving. ...Every single second of it was so emotionally charged," said the new coach through tears.
“It's a parent's job to listen to your child, even when it's hard to understand them,” Jim Allen explained before performing with his 19-year-old son, Sasha.
“Ariana, she is taking over. … She is incredibly sneaky,” Blake Shelton warned.
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As usual, the show’s most popular coach prevailed, even though one of his contestants gave the least exciting Instant Save performance of the night.
Thankfully, by the time top nine competed Monday, Nick was back in his red chair, albeit not sitting as comfortably as usual.
Somehow, against all odds, the show has ended up with one of its strongest top nine in all of its 10 years on the air.
When Blake praised contestant Cam Anthony during Monday's Live Playoffs, he (inadvertently?) threw shade at his own show's track record.
In a parallel universe, Kenzie Wheeler could’ve won it all for Team Blake, if Kelly Clarkson hadn't blocked Blake during the Blind Auditions.
"When you can get the songwriter to lose emotional control, that’s when you’re doing your job," said Snoop, when contestant Corey Ward covered one of Kelly's ballads.
"I was just like, 'I have to do this with my life,'" recalled the country star, as she filled in for her idol during the Battle Rounds.
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For the first time in her seven 'Voice' seasons, Kelly was a no-show, and her chair was filled by another country-pop star instead.