The Voice Recap: Episode 12

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This is Country Outfitter Style’s weekly recap of  ”The Voice.” We’re covering it all season! 

Carson reminds us that this has NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE ON THE VOICE, but it will happen again tonight! BATTLE ROUNDS, ROUND TWO!

Adam and Blake have a steal left.


Biff vs. Sisaundra: This could be good. Two big personalities and voices and that one high kick move. Blake sends the two off to decide on a song to sing. You would’ve thought it was Christmas morning when they saw “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” by James Brown on the selection sheet. Chris and Blake have nothing to say about the practice session.

Sisaundra tells us that “losing is not an option,” which is a far cry from all the “I CAN’T GO BACK HOME” cries of last night.

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It’s now Blake’s turn to look giddy like a small child on Christmas morning. His smile is so big while watching these two battle it out. Shakira can’t do anything but stare intensely. This is a man’s (man’s man’s) world, but it would be nothing without Sisaundra. Blake agrees, because he’s smart. Sisaundra wins.


Ddendyl vs. Deja Hall: This two are two little pop powerhouses. It should be interesting. The ‘lil ones chose “Say Something” by a Great Big World. I don’t love this choice, because it’s on the radio every 2-3 minutes and I’m kind of over it. Ddenyl tells Chris Martin that she sings his stuff– I wonder if she sings it professionally or just in the car or stuff.

It’s a fine battle, but Shakira chooses Deja.


Stevie Jo vs. Morgan: We can’t forget! Stevie Jo has a heavy metal background and has transitioned into R&B. Both facts are still settling with me. Usher tells the friends that they can pick their own song to sing and shockingly, they choose “Story of My Life” by One Direction. There’s a small part of me that wishes this was a Backstreet Boys song or something. Usher thought it was an interesting choice, too. But, I’m kind of like– didn’t you put those songs on the card?!

In another shocking twist, they are having trouble with the song. I don’t mind Stevie Jo’s hair, but I want to style it some.

Does Morgan sound like an interesting mix of Creed, Nickelback and Sting or someone? I can’t pinpoint it. But, it’s something. Usher and his hat choose Stevie Jo to move on to the playoffs.

Steal! Adam picks up Morgan. And that’s his final steal.

Image sources: Tyler Golden/NBC, YouTube


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