"The Voice" Recap: Blake steals an artist from Gwen

Carla Harmon
April 7, 2017

The four coaches -Alicia Keys, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani - no longer pick the songs that their artists perform in match-ups against each other.

Coyle was bested by fellow teen Anatalia Villaranda, a pint-sized but potent singer who was, admittedly, much stronger on Carrie Underwood's "Two Black Cadillacs." . Alicia advised Anatalia to be "authentic". While Alicia loved hearing Dawson sing this song, she named Anatalia the victor of the Knockout since she's "so capable and so powerful". Enid was sent packing. However, they do get to declare a victor of the sing-off and each can steal one of the rejects of the other three. Blake can only choose one though, and he opts to keep TSoul for the Live Shows.

Up next, Enid Ortiz and TSoul from Blake Shelton's team prepare performances of Adele's "When We Were Young" and Otis Redding's "These Arms Are Mine".

Shelton chose to use his steal on Stefani's cast-off Aaliyah Rose, who rocked the house with her rendition of Meghan Trainor's 2015 top 10 hit "Like I'm Gonna Lose You".

Alicia loved hearing Aaliyah's range in the song and said Brennley has a way of "zooming into her space" and finding a way to tell her story so it comes across impactful.

After calling Brennley an "unexpected surprise", and Aaliyah "unique", Gwen crowned Brennley the victor.

However, just as Aaliyah was about to leave the stage, Blake saved the day by pressing his button, sending her to the live rounds as part of his team.

The Knockout Round is well underway on season 12 of 'The Voice, ' and the coaches continue to be blown away by their artists on the April 4 episode.

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