Blake saves TSoul on 'The Voice'; Northumberland native goes to next round


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Tonight is all about Team Blake and Team Alicia.

In order to complete her team for the live shows, Alicia needs to choose one artist to save. However, Monday night belonged to Team Blake and Team Alicia while Team Gwen and Team Adam's artists will perform on Tuesday night. Each performance is live.

Shelton's comeback artist Temple was next, singing "Defying Gravity" from the musical Wicked, an ambitious and theatrical selection. The small town she is from was recently hit by a tornado and she was able to play at a fundraiser to help the town rebuild.

Cassi Joy kicked off the night covering Chris Stapleton's "Parachute". Adam thought Casi was awesome but the audience sucked at clapping. She gave an energetic country performance, working the stage effortlessly. She just got engaged and the only thing that would make her life better is a record contract. The Tennessee-based singer impressed Gwen by her version of RiRi's song. "You are a pure, handsome artist", Keys said, adding that she is authentic.

Duski received more votes than any other competitor on country star Blake Shelton's team and was the first person chosen by voters around the United States to advance. Blake stole Aaliyah away from Gwen and he has never regretted it. Gwen thinks she is so unique and adorable.

Monday night's episode began with Team Blake taking the stage one by one, and his three advancing artists arguably delivered the best performances of the bunch.

Northumberland native TSoul will move on to the next round after he was saved by his coach on "The Voice". Blake loved his energy.

Fifteen year old California pop singer Aliyah Moulden is next to sing for Team Blake. Aliyah's mom is a school teacher and all of her students are rooting for her. As Adam and Blake were praising TSoul's performance afterward, Blake compared Adam to Anderson Cooper. and the internet couldn't handle it! And to her credit, she's able to rise to a pretty hard challenge when Blake asks her to abandon her default falsetto in a certain part in favor a full vocal reach she'll have to coax out of herself (spoiler: she does). Lauren Duski is the last performer for Team Blake. Blake is anticipating a tidal wave of support for Lauren. Blake thinks it is flawless for the singer/songwriter sound that Lauren has.

Since then, Blue has survived the battle and knockout rounds on team Alicia. He has been traveling and speaking to school students. She chose a slow tempo song, Stand By Me. Gwen found his performance mesmerizing.