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'The Voice' Recap: Three Steals Mark the Start of the Battle Rounds

Which team's troops are ready for the first night of the Battle Rounds? Team Shakira has enlisted the help of Miranda Lambert, Team Adam has Aloe Blacc, Team Blake has The Band Perry and Team Usher has Jill Scott as mentors. In the exciting Battle Rounds, the coaches pick two singers on their team to battle it out by singing the same song. The winner advances to the next round, but the other coaches have the option to steal the loser.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/the-voice/the-voice-recap-three-steals-m-52952.aspx

'The Voice' recap: Sing What U Want

The first battle round begins with some excellent (and some uneven) match-ups, and a powerhouse frontrunner emerges.   Read More... //tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/the-voice-season-six-episode-seven/

'The Voice' Season 6: Battle Rounds Part 1 Performance Rankings

It's hard to believe that in the two-hour airing of The Voice , we only saw six performances. Below are the rankings of these performances from the first night of the Battle Rounds.  Read More... //www.buddytv.com/slideshows/the-voice-season-6-battle-rounds-part-1-performance-rankings-71622.aspx

'The Voice' Recap: Battles Begin With a Bang (Video)

Aloe Blacc, Jill Scott, Miranda Lambert and The Band Perry are guest mentors, while coaches beg for a steal by touting tattoos and Rihanna meet-and-greets.            //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/bF1ol1oLqiU/story01.htm

'The Voice' Season 6, episode 7: The battle rounds begin

On Monday (March 17), Season 6 of "The Voice" left the blind auditions behind and moved into the battle rounds, with coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Usher and Shakira -- alongside mentors Aloe Blacc, The Band Perry, Jill Scott and Miranda Lambert, respectively -- pairing up two of their team's artists for the next hurdle: Two artists enter the stage, one artist leaves. Unless, of course, the infamous steal comes into play. So who advanced, who went home and who was lucky enough to be stolen? Let's get to it. First Battle: Biff Gore. vs T.J. Wilkins (Team Usher)Song: "Ain't Too Proud To Beg" (The Temptations)Usher's paired these two up on a classic R&B record, seemingly looking to slim his team down to just one powerful soul dude. During rehearsals, Usher went back to his Season 4 coaching tactics, pushing the two artists into uncomfortable areas by demanding they get desperate on the song while... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/the-voice-season-6-episode-7-the-battle-rounds-begin.html

The Voice 6.07 Review: The Battle Rounds Begin

Last night, the battles began on season six of  The Voice . Overall, it was a relatively underwhelming episode with a few bright spots throughout the two-hour episode. While most coaches claimed they heard some of the better battles in the six years of the show, we were left thinking the opposite, BUT it’s still early so time will tell… As for the Battles: Round 1: Biff Gore vs. T.J. Wilkins (Team Usher)  – Both guys performed a soulful version of “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg”. With Jill Scott serving as Usher’s guest mentor, I believe this was one of the better battles of the night. I also agreed with Usher selecting T.J. Wilkins for long-term success, but I was thrilled to see Biff Gore get picked up by Blake Griffin with a steal. Round 2: Jake Worthington vs. Lexi Lucas (Team Blake): Fresh off a steal, Shelton had his own team to judge after The Band Perry helped coach up his first two singers. Both teenagers were precious in their own right singing “It Goes Like This”, but Worthington was clearly better (and has more potential). Blake made the right choice with Jake sending a teary-eyed Lexi home. (She’ll be back methinks) Read More... //www.tvovermind.com/the-voice/voice-6-07-review-battle-rounds-begin-231197