The Voice Battle Rounds Part 4 Scorecard

How did the singers stack up during Part 4 of the battles?

The Voice Battle Rounds Part 4 Scorecard

The Voice Battle Rounds concluded for the week Monday night as the coaches continued cutting their teams in half. It was a fast and easy night of battles that was over before I knew it. In the end, I think most of the decisions were the right ones.

The Voice Battle Rounds Scorecard

Liz Davis vs. Nicole Johnson singing Miranda Lambert’s “Baggage Claim.”

  • Winner: Liz
  • Should’ve won: Liz
  • The Steal: Not Used. I wish the steal had been used on Nicole. Liz was almost a little too confident for my taste. There was a sweet vulnerability to Nicole.

Alessandra Guercio vs. Kayla Nevarez with Katy Perry’s “Wide Awake.”

  • Winner: Kayla
  • Should’ve Won: Alessandra
  • The Steal: Christina sneaks in the steal at the end and snatches Alessandra up for her team.

Emily Earle vs. Mackenzie Bourg singing Owl City’s “Good Time.”

  • Winner: Mackenzie
  • Should’ve Won: Mackenzie
  • The Steal: Not Used. I thought Blake should’ve used the steal on Emily. She’s right up his alley.

The following Battles were featured in a sped-up montage. So there wasn’t enough screen time to make my own call on who should’ve won.

Mycle Wastman vs. Ben Taub singing “Too Close”

  • Winner: Mycle

Michelle Brooks-Thompson vs. Adanna Duru with Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love”

  • Winner: Michelle

Laura Vivas vs. Beat Frequency singing Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face”

  • Winner: Laura

Best Battle of the Night

I liked the energy that Emily and Mackenzie had with Owl City’s “Good Time.” There weren’t any incredible vocals tonight, so I think this would be my favorite battle of the night. And how cute was Mackenzie in his little Amish chic attire? Adorable.

What was yours?