Nearing the end of the spring season of NBC's hit reality singing competition, The Voice, the largest number of contestants are shown the door in preparation for the finale.
Singing the 2013 chart-topping hit, "Hey Brother", the six artists gave their all in efforts to harmonize and complement each other's strengths.
During these live rounds, contestants are voted off by viewers with the coaches allowed to save just one exiting contestant, leaving each team with half of the contestants it began the night with.
Adam Wakefield, Joe Maye, Justin Whisnant, Katie Basden, Mary Sarah and Paxton Ingram all took on a unique rendition of Avicii's hit song, and it came out rather shaky.
"Their voices didn't blend quite as well as Team Pharrell's did, and the arrangement was weird," says reviewer Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya.
During the beginning of the performance, you can tell something is off, but it's hard to place your finger on it. Their harmonies weren't quite on par for what they should be this late in the game, but each of the artists performed incredibly well on their own.
Adam Wakefield, the fan favorite, truly held his own and obviously stole some fan hearts as he was one of the few chosen to stay. Alongside him, Mary Sarah was chosen by viewers to stay on for the remainder, and coach Blake Shelton elected to save Paxton Ingram - sending the rest home.
We are excited to see what comes of this season and who will take home the trophy!
Watch the video of Team Blake singing "Hey Brother" below and let us know your opinion in the comments.
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