This season of NBC's The Voice is off to a fantastic start! We have to admit, it's better than ever!
The 'Battle Rounds' have begun and the contestants have one chance to show the judges that they deserve to stay on their team and make it to the next round.
Two incredibly talented contestants, Dustin Monk and James Dupré, were first up to battle for a spot on Adam Levine's team. The duo gave a lively performance of Creedence Clearwater Revival's 1969 hit song, "Fortunate Son".
Dustin and James swapped the song's lyrics and truly both shined in the performance. Following the battle, each judge was given the opportunity to comment on who out-shined the other. Blake Shelton was up first and gave his helpful opinion, "I think James overall was the most consistent singer just then, I mean, it was just really good pitch... But Dustin took a lot more risks."
Unfortunately Adam could only pick one, and who did he pick? Y'all have to see it to believe it.
Check out the stunning performance below.
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