Did Gwen Stefani use her steal on the wrong artist for Tuesday’s ‘The Voice’?

The only coach with a steal remaining on Tuesday’s “The Voice” was newcomer Gwen Stefani. Did she make a rookie mistake by stealing the wrong artist?

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Battle rounds concluded after four nights over the past two weeks. The other three coaches — Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Pharrell Williams — had already used up their steals, so that left Stefani with a lot of power.

There were only three battles actually seen by the home audience out of six that were conducted (the other three were relegated to montages only). The best of those was for Team Pharrell between Brittany Butler and Ricky Manning on the George Benson classic “On Broadway.” Coach/judge Williams chose to keep Manning, but Stefani completely passed on obtaining Butler for her team.

The second battle of the evening for Team Blake had him choosing Reagan James over Kensington Moore with the Lorde song “Team.” It might not have helped that Moore missed her regular rehearsal due to sickness.

The only other battle seen at home had Team Adam picking Mia Pfirrman over Beth Spangler when they performed the Christina Aguilera tune “I Turn to You.” Since it was the last chance of this season, Stefani had to use her only steal to take Spangler.

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In the untelevised matches Tuesday night:

Team Gwen chose Anita Antoinette over Mayra Alvarez.

Team Blake selected Allison Bray over Fernanda Bosch.

Team Gwen picked Bryana Salaz over Gianna Salvato.

Next up for NBC’s reality program, the contestants move on to knock-out rounds begining on Monday, October 27. A special advisor to all four coaches will be country and pop superstar Taylor Swift. Each coach will have only one steal for this section.

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