‘The Voice’: Full Recap of Night 2 Battles

by Amy Myers
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The battle surges on. As Night 2 of The Voice battle rounds comes to a close, we have to say goodbye to three contestants who left their hearts on the stage. Meanwhile, several of the judges took full advantage of their saves, and newcomer Ariana Grande is learning which songs not to assign her team members. It was an eventful night, and if you turned your head for even a moment, you likely missed something big.

But not to worry! We’ve captured all the important details from tonight’s episode of The Voice so that you don’t miss a beat.

First in the fighting ring were Team Blake members Hailey Green and Lana Scott. Remember, Green originally auditioned for The Voice last year when she was just 14. Now back on the stage and better than ever, she wasn’t letting anyone stand in her way from the top. Green outshined her teammate which was no small feat. Both singers performed “Girl” by Maren Morris beautifully, which is why despite Green’s win, Blake Shelton decided to save Scott, too.

After Shelton saved one teammate, two more told the judges to “Save Your Tears (Remix)” with their performance of The Weeknd’s song. Although The Voice only showed a small snippet of the battle, it was clear that LiBianca had the more powerful tone. Sadly, this meant the end of the road for Tommy Edwards, the last to join and the one of first to leave Team Blake.

‘The Voice’ Tuesday Night Battles End in Jaw-Dropping Performance that Earns Standing Ovation

Next up was a duo from Kelly Clarkson’s team, who performed “telepatía” by Kali Uchis. In another brief moment on screen, Xavier Cornell defeated Carolina Alonso. Clarkson opted not to save this contestant from elimination, making her the second of the night to leave The Voice.

Following Team Kelly’s teammates were Ariana Grande’s contestants, Katherine Ann Mohler and Vaughn Mugol. Grande gave the two a tough duo to conquer, “Dilemma” by Nelly and Kelly Rowland. Even the pop star coach’s battle advisor, Kristen Chenoweth, thought the choice risky. Regardless, the two continued with the song, resulting in an impressive performance on The Voice stage given the fact that the song was out of their comfort zone. Ultimately, though, Mohler’s crystal-clear voice cut through the song and gave her the upper hand. And so, next to leave the competition was Mogul.

The last performance of the night was also the most incredible. John Legend’s team members BrittanyBee and Samara Brown stepped onto the stage and absolutely shut it down. With their rendition of “Something He Can Feel” by Aretha Franklin, the two earned themselves a standing ovation from all four judges.

Legend gave the win to BrittanyBee for the vocal gymnastics she did during the song, however, he wasn’t going to let Brown leave just yet. The Voice coach used his save to hold on to the formidable competitor.

Watch BrittanyBee and Samara Brown’s stunning performance below.

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