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Gwen Stefani is paying off the love she puts into her singers on “The Voice.”
Team Gwen singer Justin Aaron found himself in the top 10 after securing America’s vote during the second round of live eliminations on Tuesday night. Aaron wowed Stefani and coaches Camila Cabello, Blake Shelton and John Legend with a cathartic performance on Monday.
“There’s hope to get out of the place you’re in, and you’re not alone,” Aaron said, reflecting on his performance. “I thought I was alone, but I’m glad I know I’m not alone.”
Stephanie was still on cloud nine helping her singers tap into the heart of their song selections.
“When you’re coaching, just to make an impact, to see something go into them and they discover it in themselves and then actually put it into action… is really the highlight of my life,” Stephanie said.
Here’s what else happened during Tuesday’s episode.
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Team Blake and Team John won America’s hearts (and votes), with both Shelton and the full team of legends advancing to the top 10.
Team Camilla’s Morgan Miles also made a spot on next week’s live show, leaving teammates Eric Hu and Davies in the bottom four.
In a last-ditch effort to save themselves from elimination, Who and Davies performed emotional renditions of Miley Cyrus’ “The Climb” and The Killers’ “When You Were Young,” respectively.
“I loved that performance so much because I just felt your heart,” Cabello told KK. “And that’s what people will miss if we don’t put you on this show. Your heart is your heart because you have this incredible personality and soul.”
Team Gwen singers Kick and Alyssa Vitrado are also singing for their lives after landing in the bottom four. Vitrado let the feelings flow with a vulnerable cover of Billie Eilish’s “Ocean Eyes,” while Kick wowed the coaches with a powerhouse performance of The Weeknd’s “Earn It.”
“I just want to remind everyone that this is a 19-year-old boy. He is so talented; She’s so talented,” says Stephanie of Kick. “This is a mistake, America. We have to push KKK. You are one of my favorite singers.”
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Which team Gwen Singer won the instant save?
Before host Carson Daly revealed the results of the instant save, Stephanie and Cabello had a heart-to-heart with their bottom four contestants.
For Stephanie, working with Vitrado was a full-circle dream.
Thank you for singing my song ‘Don’t Speak’ on TV. It was very special for me,” said Stephanie, referring to Vitrado’s blind audition. “At this point in my life, when I think about everything, and then I see a beautiful singer like you even knowing my songs, it was so incredible.”
He added: “You have a lot of talent and I believe in you.”
However, it was Tim Gwen Singer Kick who won the instant save and advanced to the next round of the competition, sending Vitrado, Hu and Davies home.
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