During The Voice live results show Tuesday night, each of the coaches performed onstage with their teams, and Alicia Keys got political with her performance. While singing her latest single, “Blended Family,” Alicia stopped the performance and said, “That's my new song, ‘Blended Family,’ that I was supposed to sing tonight. But due to the current climate, there's only one song I can sing, called ‘Holy war.’" And with lyrics like, “so maybe we should love somebody instead of polishing the bombs of holy war,” the song preached love instead of hate.
The other coaches made a statement with their performances as well. Miley’s team had a more uplifting message with Dolly Parton’s “There’ll Always Be Music, and Adam Levine went with a classic protest song, “For What It’s Worth.”
While everyone enjoyed the coaches’ performances, America really tuned in to see who is moving on to next week. And when it came down between Sa’Rayah and Aaron Gibson, America chose to save Aaron.