We didn't see these three-way Knockout Rounds pairings coming on 'The Voice.’
It was the second night of the Knockout Rounds for season 22 of The Voice on Tuesday night as the coaches continued to pit their artists against each other in three-way Knockout Rounds to see who would make it to the Live Playoffs.
As the night began, both Blake and Gwen had used their Steals, and there are no Saves! So only John and Camila had the ability to Steal and they both went for the same artist in a double Steal!
Here is how the night broke down:
Eliminated contestants tonight on The Voice Season 22 Knockout Rounds Night 2
Advancing artists tonight on The Voice Season 22 Knockout Rounds Night 2
Omar Jose Cardona
Kate Kalvich -- Steal
Knockout Round 1: Ian Harrison versus Morgan Taylor versus Omar Jose Cardona from Team Legend
Songs: Ian: “Cough Syrup” by Young the Giant
Morgan: “I Got You (I Feel Good)” by James Brown
Omar: “Radioactive” by Imagine Dragon
Winner: Omar Jose Cardona
John said, “I chose Omar as the winner of this Knockout because it’s become clear that Omar is one of the best singers we’ve seen since I’ve been on this show. He puts so much power and soul into every performance and then that voice is just stunning.”
Battle Round 2: Eric Who versus Jaeden Luke versus Sydney Kronmiller from Team Camila (Abridged)
Song: Eric: “Ex’s and Oh’s” by Elle King
Winner: Eric Who
Camila said: “Eric, you’re easily one of the best entertainers and performers of this season. Eric is so special. We want to hear incredible voices and we also love dance and acting and Eric has all those things. I can’t wait for people to see more of him. A star was born.”
Battle Round 3: Jay Allen versus Kate Kalvich versus Bryce Leatherwood from Team Blake
Songs: Jay: “Prayed for You” by Matt Stell
Kate: “Anyone” by Justin Bieber
Bryce: “Colder Weather” by Zac Brown Band
Winner: Bryce Leatherwood
Blake said: “I had to go with Bryce. He’s the real deal. He’s as country as they get and I know exactly how to work with that guy. Bryce is one of the artists that is going to go all the way. He connects with people. People love him. He’s ready for the Lives.”
Steal: Kate Kalvich
Both John and Camila tried to use their Steal with Kate, but Kate selected Camila because of their history from the Blind Auditions.
Camila said: “I love Kate. There’s an emotional quality in her voice. The same quality that I hear in some of my favorite artists. I’ve been courting her since the beginning of the show, and she is an amazing addition to Team Camila. I’ve very excited to work with her.”
The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.