Sadly, what they say may actually be true -- nice guys finish last. Pip was respectable in his attempt to show his "edgy rocker" side on Monday's episode of 'The Voice,' delivering a grittier-than-normal number in the Killers' 'When You Were Young.' But at the end of the day, even the judges agree that he's still a kid named Pip with a bowtie addiction and raging dimples.
Team Cee Lo's Tony Vincent slapped on his eyeliner and hit 'The Voice' stage on Monday, cashing in his tears and fears for what could be the last time. The Broadway performer delivered a rather meh rendition of Tears for Fears' 'Everybody Wants to Rule the World,' and he'll have to really push for votes to see his way into next week.
If you didn't know why James Massone has made it this far in 'The Voice' competition before tonight, you should be well aware now. The sweet-natured Bostonite tried a different kind of song on for size during the Team Cee Lo vs. Team Adam live shows episode, singing Norah Jones' 'Don't Know Why' -- much to the delight of, well, everyone.
If you've been tuned into 'The Voice,' you know the heartbreaking story of Erin Willett, whose sweet father passed away after seeing her to the Battle Rounds. The curly-haired vocalist has said from the beginning that she's doing this for her dad -- she just wants to make him proud -- and we know he is after tonight's performance.
We weren't quite sure how 'The Voice' Live Shows were going to work this season, as NBC is still straightening out the kinks of their relatively new show. But Jermaine Paul took the stage first, and he did so with a vengeance, laying the groundwork with Bon Jovi's late night hit 'Living on a Prayer.'
Blake Shelton and Jordan Rager seemed like a match made in country music heaven -- two down-home boys with twang and underrated smiles would normally be an undeniable pairing. But armed with Jason Mraz's "reggae pop" hit 'I'm Yours' in her favor, it was Naia Kete who won the last spot on Team Blake on Monday's episode of 'The Voice,' moving her into the live rounds.
It takes a lot to make it even to the Battle Rounds of 'The Voice,' and on Monday's episode, NBC tested the staying power of two shining hopefuls: Nicolle Galyon and Mathai. The pair of Team Adam members graced the screen for some 15 odd minutes, trying their respective hands -- and voices -- at Sara Bareilles' first hit, 'Love Song.'