The 2Steel Girls sound better together than individually, and their harmonies cause Adam to pull some faces and Christina to half-unfold her fan contemplatively. Blake and Cee Lo turn around together, but I reckon they belong to Blake as that there prophecy foretold.
Adam says he doesn't know how to handle duos, and this was a very rare moment of honesty for him. Duos don't reeeeeeally belong on this show. Blake likes them a lot, and makes sure that they sing a lot of country before he pleads his case. The 2Steel Girls accept, after hearing Blake tell them that he wants to protect their relationship in this world of music and hard knocks. Nashville premieres in October, by the way. WINK.
I'm confused as to why we're montaging through good auditions now. There was some girl named Lisa Scinta who won't make it very far in this competition at all because she was lumped into the group of artists Cee Lo didn't get on his team. He also lost some lady douchebag named Marissaann (all one word) to Christina. They both sang Katy Perry songs. The third voice in the montage was that of Loren Allred, who Adam got on his team even though Cee Lo said he loves tall women. What more does it take?
I already hate professional hip-hop dancer Domo. She was in a Nair commercial, which makes her "like Lady Gaga" in China. China has low standards, I guess. While I already hate her, not having heard her voice at all, I do like that she claims she can sing like "Whitney, Christina, Celine," and then chose to sing a Pussycat Dolls song. Cee Lo turns his chair in desperation, and the other coaches laugh at /with him. Admittedly, she's not bad, but she should not be on this show. She should be auditioning for the X Factor.
Domo leads the crowd in a reluctant "when I say 'dah,' y'all say 'mo'" and Christina said something to the effect of, "this is obviously not for me."
"Cee Lo, you're gonna have some fun with this one," Christina said, bitchily. Then my friend texted me, "Okay, Domo? Cee Lo got his dum hoe. Gross." There aren't enough bitchy comments in the world for this girl. But I'm sure we just jealous, right, Domo?
OK, oh my god, what? Nicole Nelson used to live in an old shoe factory? She's a hippie who lives with "beautiful and eclectic" artists in an old shoe factory. She doesn't need money or success or fame, she just needs music. Except now. Now she Nicole wants to get a piece of that actual pie. Accordingly, she chose one of reality TV singing competitions' favorite, most manipulative songs: "Hallelujah." She's great, of course, and all four coaches turn their chairs around.