'The Voice' battle: James Massone and WADE show 'True Colors,' Tony Vincent vs. Justin Hopkins on 'Faithfully'


In Cee-Lo Green's first battle on tonight's episode of "The Voice," he chose the Cyndi Lauper classic "True Colors" to test the skills of Boston-bred James Massone and high school prom king WADE -- yes, apparently we're using all capital letters on that one. James' nerves get the better of him at first, particularly because he's completely unfamiliar with the song, but ultimately his mentor Ne-Yo tells him to sack up. "You're at the game; you've got to play," he says. Babyface meets with WADE, and while he doesn't have much advice to offer, he does have plenty of praise -- he even compares WADE to Al Green and Luther Vandross. We're a little surprised that Cee-Lo even put these two against each other, since he seemed so enamored of both of them -- he even cried at their rehearsal at the thought of sending one home. Going in to the performance, we expected WADE...



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