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A look at the rest of the battles on The Voice

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Serenity Arce and Bri Fletcher prepare for their battle round match on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Serenity Arce and Bri Fletcher prepare for their battle round match on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

 

The battles continue Monday and Tuesday on The Voice.

During the course of those battles, two more contestants will be stolen, a member of Team Dan + Shay will receive a playoff pass and eight more singers will be eliminated from the competition.

Speaking of Team Dan + Shay, The Voice has already leaked the battle between Madison Curbelo and Kyle Schuesler, and it went very well.

So well, in fact, that Chance suggested Dan + Shay use their playoff pass to keep both singers on their team. So well in fact, that a save is a certainty if that doesn’t happen.

Last week, playoff passes went to Bryan Olesen (Team Legend), L. Rodgers (Team Reba) and Nadège (Team Chance), meaning those three singers skip the knockout round and head directly to the playoffs.

Meanwhile, Alyssa Crosby was stolen by Chance and twins Justin and Jeremy Garcia were stolen by Reba, leaving John and Dan + Shay as the teams with steals entering the final week of battles.

Here are all the pairings we’ll see over the next two nights. Following the links will take you to a full profile of the singer, complete with information about already released music.

Team Dan+Shay

The match: AJ Harvey vs. Anya True
The background: AJ, 25, of Norman, Okla., turned 2 chairs in the blinds, performing “Girl from the North Country” by Bob Dylan. Anya, 17, of Encinitas, Calif., performed “Until I Found You” by Stephen Sanchez in the blinds, turning 2 chairs.
More on AJ Harvey
More on Anya True

The match: Ducote Talmage vs. Ryan Coleman
The background: Ducote, 20, of Auburn, Alabama, turned 2 chairs in the blinds with “Sand in My Boots” by Morgan Wallen.
Ryan, 25, of Chalfont, Pa., got Dan + Shay to turn for his cover of “Ain’t No Sunshine” by Bill Wither.
More on Ducote Talmage
More on Ryan Coleman

The match: Kyle Schuesler vs. Madison Curbelo
The background: Kyle, 19, of Huntington Beach, Calif., turned the only 3 available chairs in th blinds with Coldplay’s “The Scientist.” Madison, 21, of Westfield, Mass., turned all 4 singing “Stand By Me” by Ben E. King.
More on Kyle Schuesler
More on Madison Curbelo

Team Chance

The match: Bri Fletcher vs. Serenity Arce
The background: Bri, 29, of Haslet, Texas, got Chance to turn for her version of “I’m With You” by Avril Lavigne. Serenity, 16, of Jupiter, Fla., turned 4 chairs in the blinds, performing “This City” by Sam Fischer.
More on Bri Fletcher
More on Serenity Arce

The match: Dani Stacy vs. Corey Curtis
The background: Corey, 22, of Summerville, Ga., got Chance to turn for his version of “Waiting on the World To Change” by John Mayer. Dani, 31, of Hanford, Calif. turned 4 chairs in the blinds with Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive.”
More on Corey Curtis
More on Dani Stacy

The match: Val T. Webb vs. Rletto
The background: Rletto, 27, of Orlando, Fla., turned 2 chairs in the blinds, performing “Golden Hour” by JVKE. Val, 43,of New Braunfels, Texas, turned 4 chairs, singing “Nobody’s Supposed to Be There” by Deborah Cox
More about Rletto
More on Val T. Webb

Team Legend

The match: Gene Taylor vs. Ronnie Wilson
The background: Gene, 33, of Vernon, N.J., turned 4 chairs performing Journey’s “Lights.” Ronnie, 28, of Atlanta, Ga., turned 2 chairs in the blinds with “Pillowtalk” by ZAYN.
More on Gene Taylor
More on Ronnie Wilson

The match: Jackie Romeo vs. Olivia Rubini
The background: Olivia, 24, of Wilmington, Del., earned the very last spot on Season 25, performing “Long Long Time” by Linda Ronstadt. Jackie, 20, of Massapequa, N.Y., turned 2 chairs in blinds, performing “Flowers” by Miley Cyrus.
More on Jackie Romeo
More on Olivia Rubini

The match: Mafe vs. Rivers Grayson
The background: Mafe, 22, Miami, turned 4 chairs in the blinds, performing “Besame Mucho.” Rivers, 27, of Muscle Shoals, Ala., got John to turn with his performance of “Babylon” by David Gray.
More on Mafe
More about Rivers Grayson

Team Reba

The match: Elyscia Jefferson vs. Ashley Bryant
The background: Elyscia Jefferson, 22, of Baltimore, Md., performed “P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)” by Michael Jackson, turning 3 chairs in the blinds. Ashley, 26, of Louisville, Ky., got Reba to turn singing “Last Name” by Carrie Underwood.
More on Ashley Bryant
More on Elyscia Jefferson

The match: Donny Van Slee vs. Josh Sanders
The background: Donny, 30, of Weeki Wachee, Fla., turned 2 chairs in the blinds with LANCO’s “Greatest Love Story. Josh, 35, of Kannapolis, N.C., turned 2 chairs in the blinds with Nate Smith’s “Whiskey on You.”
More on Donny Van Slee
More on Josh Sanders

Donny Van Slee and Josh Sanders rehearse for their battle round match on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Donny Van Slee and Josh Sanders rehearse for their battle round match on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

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