‘The Voice’ battle rounds: Terrence Cunningham & Livia Faith are seeing ‘Stars’ for Team Alicia Keys [WATCH]

Tuesday night on “The Voice,” Terrence Cunningham and Livia Faith performed The Nocturnals‘ “Stars” for Team Alicia Keys during the fourth and final battle round episode of Season 14. Both artists were early standouts on Team Alicia, making this one of the most nail-biting battles of the season. Alicia ultimately chose to save Terrence for her team, thereby eliminating Livia from the reality TV singing competition. Do YOU think coach Alicia made the right decision? Watch “The Voice” performance video above.

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“You both are completely individuals,” Alicia told her teammates during her deliberation. “Livia, you really revealed yourself in this battle. You showed a strength to your voice and you’re 17. It’s like really impressive, beautiful job. And Terrence, part of your magic is the fact that you don’t yell and scream. You draw people in in a quiet way that’s really powerful. This is really the most difficult battle to choose from. The winner of this battle is Terrence.”

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In his recap of “The Voice,” our live-blogger Denton Davidson reported, “These two have absolutely zero chemistry together and it’s an awkward duet. As soon as Terrence starts playing around with his voice it’s totally over. It’s almost like watching a music teacher with their student. Terrence won by a landslide, but Livia has great potential and is an adorable addition to the show.”

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Blind auditions and battle rounds aired for the first 10 episodes of “The Voice” Season 14, with the knockout rounds beginning April 2 on NBC. Tell us what you think of this season so far by sounding off down in the comments section. See the full list of “The Voice” past winners. “The Voice” has won the Emmy for Best Reality-Competition Program for four of the past five years (2013, 2015-17).

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