Do not read on if you have not yet seen the April 23 episode of "The Voice." Check back here for our full recap, which will be posted later tonight.
This week on "The Voice" (Mondays at 8 p.m. ET and Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET), it was Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine's turns to deal with the instant elimination and both clearly struggled.
When it came time to send one of his team members home, Cee Lo read something from his Blackberry that he wrote about it being a "bittersweet" evening and that he was "honored" all four of his contestants chose him as their coach. He warned the voted off contestant to not lose contact with him, but "due to the performances tonight," he opted to let James Massone go, leaving Jamar Rogers, Juliet Simms and Cheesa to continue on.
Cee Lo told James, "I gotchu" and the two exchanged "I love you's."
Then, it was Adam's turn. He thought he "knew how it was going to go down," but after the evening's performances, things changed. "This is a stupid thing that we have to do this, but unfortunately, it's part of the job," he said. He "dittoed" Cee Lo's comments and eventually, he sent Pip home, saving Mathai, Katrina Parker and Tony Lucca to face America's vote.
Afterward, Adam whispered to Pip, "I didn't know what to do."
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