AceShowbiz - More face-offs were offered in the Monday, April 1 episode of season 16 of "The Voice". Kicking off the battle round that night were Karly Moreno and Celia Babini from Team Adam Levine. The coach gave them Marshmello and Anne-Marie's "Friends" to sing for the battle.
Both of them flaunted their distinct voices. It was such a terrific performance, making it tough for Adam to choose one. In the end, he picked Celia as the winner. But that was not the end for Karly as Blake Shelton stole her for his team.
Performing next were Team John Legend's Julian King and Denton Arnell. The pair hit the stage to belt out "Grenade" by Bruno Mars. Adam and Blake thought that Julian was stronger in some parts of the song, and John seemed to agree as he decided to keep Julian on his team.
Presley Tennant and Rizzy Myers from Team Kelly Clarkson belted out "Whataya Want From Me" by Adam Lambert. The two had powerful vocals, and the coaches were divided. After much consideration, Kelly named Presley as the winner of the battle. No one stole Rizzy.
Team Blake Shelton's Dexter Roberts and Dalton Dover were tasked to perform "Hurricane" by Luke Combs for their battle round duet. The two were struggling in finding balance during the rehearsal. Fortunately, they managed to work it out before performing in front of the coaches. Blake eventually chose Dexter as the winner.
Ciera Dumas and LB Crew then hit the stage to sing Charlie Puth's "Done for Me". The Team Adam singers managed to get through their struggle during their rehearsals and offered a great performance on the stage. Adam picked LB to move on to the next round. Fortunately, Ciera was chosen to join the Comeback Stage.
The final battle was between Blake's singers Kim Cherry and Kendra Checketts, who belted out a stunning rendition of Alessia Cara's "Here". Following his "gut feeling," Blake chose Kim as the winner. Adam and John then hit their button, attempting to steal Kendra. It marked the first double steal of the season. Kendra ended up going to Team Adam.