'The Voice' battle: Juliet Simms vs. Sarah Golden -- Did the right woman win?


For his first battle on this week's episode of "The Voice," Cee-Lo Green chose an unlikely duo. Rocker Juliet Simms, who fans may recognize as the lead singer of Automatic Loveletter, took on folk singer Sarah Golden, whose version of Gaga's "You and I" surprised judges at the blind auditions.Cee-Lo chose "Stay With Me" by Rod Stewart, which seemed to give Juliet a clear advantage. "I've been told that I sound like a female version of Rod Stewart," Juliet said. Sarah wasn't giving up, though. "Stylistically, this song fits Juliet's persona, but I think we are so different that I stand a fighting chance," she said. "Rod Stewart is a totally gravelly kind of guy. Juliet is a gravelly girl. I'm not going to try to upstage her."Babyface, Sarah's mentor, told her not to try to change her style. "Keep it country. I think that separates you," he said. "I'm excited to be able to...



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