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The battles conclude tonight on The Voice

Ashley Bryant vs. Elyscia Jefferson rehearse for their battle round match on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Ashley Bryant vs. Elyscia Jefferson rehearse for their battle round match on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

The battles conclude tonight on The Voice, and it’ll be a win of go home situation for most of the contestants.

That’s because all four playoff passes have been doled out, to Madison Curbelo (Team Dan + Shay), Bryan Olesen (Team Legend), L. Rodgers (Team Reba) and Nadège (Team Chance).

Three of the four steals have also been used, leaving only John Legend with the ability to rescue a singer from elimination.

For the record, John tried to steal Madison and Nadège before their coaches pulled the playoff pass to nip that option.

Unfortunately, one of tonight’s battles will likely be montaged. Last night, the Dani Stacy vs. Corey Curtis battle suffered that fate even though The Voice’s bloated format for the show included just 15 minutes of music in two hours.

Here’s a look at the pairings that remain.

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.
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Team Chance

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
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Team Legend

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.
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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.
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    • Mark Franklin March 26, 2024 at 11:24 pm -  Reply

      I really wish the show would do away with all the mentors. They have 4 coaches. They exaggerate the amount of time they spend with the artists. A mega mentor just means we get to watch footage of contestants fawning over the mentor.

      • Music Lover March 27, 2024 at 12:55 pm -  Reply

        If I ever got a chance to meet one of my favorite stars,
        I’d been fawning over him or her too.

      • Idol Girl March 27, 2024 at 1:44 pm -  Reply

        I have a feeling he will probably be on in the fall as
        a coach. Reba was the mega mentor for season 23. Then
        she was announced as a new coach. I feel like the same
        may happen here with Keith.

    • TiredofTripe March 27, 2024 at 7:53 pm -  Reply

      What a terrible man he is.

      First he’s downright mean to Lisa Leushner (Season 3), Ayla Brown, and Gedeon Mckinney. (Both Season 5.)

      Second he admitted he allowed Carmen Rasmussen (Season 2) to be wildcarded not for her singing talent, but the fact that she was from Utah–the Mormon vote.

      Third he did nothing against Vote For the Worst. He could have sued the jerk in charge to take down that website. Instead viewers saw good semifinalists/finalists cheated for Scott Savol, Kevin Covais, Sanjaya, Kristy Lee Cook, Tim Urban, Heejun Hun, and Lazaro Arbos.

      I hope Lythgoe goes to jail or he is successfully sued for millions by those victims.

      • Music Lover March 28, 2024 at 12:20 pm -  Reply

        Very unlikely he’ll go to jail for any of that.

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