‘The Voice’ pop diva showdown leads to only one sizzling steal

The final pop diva battle of Tuesday’s “The Voice” was the only one that provided a sizzling steal.

Coach Usher forced a showdown between Melissa Jimenez and Brittnee Camelle with the song “Give It to Me Right.” He ultimately chose to keep Jimenez, but then rival coaches Adam Levine and Shakira both jumped in to take away Camelle. She listened to their arguments and selected to join Team Adam.

In the 60-minute episode, Shakira provided the first spark, pitting Clarissa Serna against Jeremy Briggs with the rock song “Cold as Ice.” Serna moves on, while Briggs was eliminated.

The only other fully seen battle was from Team Adam. Delvin Choice was the victor over Caleb Elder when they sang the tune “The Man.”

For some odd reason, the other three showdowns only showed very brief clips.

For Blake Shelton‘s team, Megan Ruger defeated Ria Eaton with the song “My Happy Ending”

Up next, Ddendyl took down Lindsay Pagano with the classic hit “I Feel the Earth Move” for Team Shakira.

And finally, Usher chose Morgan Wallen over Brothers Walker after they performed “Hey Brother.”

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