Juliet Simms advanced to next week's finals on tonight's (May 1) elimination/results episode of 'The Voice,' where she will represent Team Cee Lo Green. Early on favorite Jamar Rogers was sent home as a result of the combined voting of Cee Lo and America. It's worth mentioning that Simms, a powerhouse rock vocalist who reminds us of Janis Joplin, thanks to those husky pipes, will be the sole female in the finals. So if you are all about girl power...
America saved Jamar Rogers for Team Cee Lo on 'The Voice,' so Juliet Simms and Cheesa had to perform for the save on tonight's (April 24) elimination episode. Cee Lo is the lady killa, so this battle was probably equally difficult for him. He ended up choosing Simms, ultimately ending Cheesa's time in the competition. Rogers and Simms will represent Cee Lo's beloved Team Red in the semis next week.
In an emotional performance, 'The Voice' hopeful Jamar Rogers brought every pent up feeling to the stage with his own original version of Bon Jovi's 'It's My Life.' The 30-year-old New Yorker who has seen his second chance on the singing show after battling drug abuse, HIV and a storied past was tearful as he told his coach Cee Lo Green about how one of his songs actually saved his life.
Lights, leather, sexy women playing electric guitars on stilts ... Jamar Rogers' version of 'Are You Gonna Go My Way' by Lenny Kravitz had just about everything a rock star could pack into one two-minute performance on network television. The Bronx born and raised singer got the night's loudest and longest standing ovation.