'The Voice's' Christina Aguilera on beating Blake Shelton to the finals: 'I kind of felt bad'

It was bound to happen, and on Tuesday (Dec. 10), it finally did: Blake Shelton's three-season winning streak on "The Voice" came to an end when the coach's final artist, Cole Vosbury, was eliminated a week before the finale. Though she's still in the game with young vocalist Jacquie Lee, returning coach Christina Aguilera didn't find much joy in being a part of Shelton's demise. Speaking with reporters backstage after the results episode, she admits, "I really wasn't invested in that whole derail," adding, "Adam [Levine], I know, is going to pop champagne over that tonight, but you know, I kind of felt bad. You know, I don't feel good when anybody goes home. It's not about that."Instead, she's focusing on coaching the young Lee all the way to victory, explaining that there's no room for holding back next week. "At this point, yeah, you've got to go big or go home, basically. I mean,...



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