'The Voice' USA 2014 Battle Round 2: Who Will Impress Coaches? Where to Watch Live
By Raymond Ronamai | March 19, 2014 7:15 AM EST
"The Voice" USA 2014 battle round 2 is all set to kick off on Tuesday with the remaining contestants competing against each other to impress their respective coaches, as their fate in the competition depends on their decision.
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The 2-hour battle round episode 2 will start on Tuesday at 8:00 pm EST on NBC Television (6.30 am IST, Wednesday).
In the battle round, two contestants from the same team are pitted against each other and the coach can choose only one, while the rejected can be stolen by other coaches. The coaches can retain only six contestants from their original team and two more can be added from the steal.
The contestants are helped during the during the rehearsals by team advisors - Aloe Blacc for Team Adam, The Band Perry for Team Blake, Miranda Lambert for Team Shakira, and Jill Scott for Team Usher.
On Monday's episode, Biff Gore and TJ Wilkins of Team Usher kicked off with "Ain't Too Proud to Beg" by the Temptations. Usher declared TJ as the winner, while Blake used his steal to add Biff to his team.
Team Blake's Jake Worthington and Lexi Luca sang "It Goes Like This" by Thomas Rhett. Jake was declared winner of the battle round.
Shakira made Dani Moz and DeShawn Washington to sing "My Kind of Love" by Emile Sande, and she chose Dani. Then Kat Perkins and Patrick Thomson of Team Adam took the stage. They sang "Whenever I Call You Friend" by Kenny Loggins and Stevie Nicks. Adam declared Kat as the winner and Skakira stole Patrick.
Paula DeAnda and Sisaundra Lewis of Team Blake rendered "Do What U Want" by Lady Gaga. Blake chose Sisaundra.
Team Usher's Jake Barker and Stevie Jo were the next to hit the stage. They sang "Higher Love" by Steve Winwood. Usher chose Stevie but Jake joined Team Adam after all the three coaches pressed their steal button.
The fate of some contestants will be decided in the battle round episode 2 to be telecast on Tuesday.
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