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'The Voice' Judges Can't Sit Still During This Jaw-Dropping Performance

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The Voice Season 10 Knockout Rounds kicked off this week and the performances just keep getting better. With each coach having to cut their 8-member teams in half over the next two weeks, there is no room for error for singers hoping to make it to the live show. 

Knockout Round key adviser and future-coach Miley Cyrus proved herself to be worthy of the red chair she'll be occupying next season as she shared invaluable advice with the hopefuls. Two of which were Team Blake's Adam Wakefield and Peyton Parker. 

Chris Stapleton-esque Wakefield delivered a flawless and soulful rendition of Sam Cooke's "Bring It On Home To Me" while Parker struggled with her cover of the Dixie Chicks hit "Travelin' Soldier." One couldn't help but feel sorry for Parker who had to go up against Wakefield as it was clear that whoever he battled against was going to get knocked out. His delivery of Cooke's hit was so amazing that coaches Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams couldn't stay in their seats and his own coach, Blake Shelton, smiled through the entire performance. So, it was no surprise that Wakefield earned himself a coveted spot on the live show as a member of Team Blake. 

Watch Adam Wakefield and Peyton Parker's performances below and let us know if you think Blake made the right decision. 


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