Cee Lo goes first and explains that he had to see who the brave man was who chose to perform the radio-friendly version of his song. Blake tells him that he can sing, but more important, he really got the crowd going. Which he did -- the guy has a lot of charisma, for a broad shouldered, moon-faced, bearded man singing Cee Lo, or really anyone. He strikes me as the kind of guy you would want to get a beer with. Also, he will definitely have the Bear vote once we get to that portion of the competition. Obvs the guy picks Cee Lo. As we head to commercials, the Ghost of Carson tells us that Blake added a hippy-looking singer named Serabee to his roster based on her rendition of "Son of a Preacher Man" and Adam added Manic Panic'd, glitter-shirted singer Casey Desmond for her version of Lady Gaga's cover of Madonna's "Born This Way." Then Christina added her first male voice (Title IX made her do it) with Justin Grennan, who bears a marked resemblance to Ron Jeremy. But I could just be projecting, because Carson introduced the guy as a "window installer," which just sounds like a career that only exists in porn. "I'm here to install your windows, ma'am." Also, he has a tiny mustache.
Then we get a montage of wannabes and also-rans who didn't make the cut, but in Adam's words "could be on American Idol," which I think is supposed to be a diss, but I am pretty sure any of the rejects would be thrilled to slum it on Idol (and subject themselves to one of Jacob's infamous recaps). Carson tells us that my worst nightmare has come to pass and if I wasn't on, like, twelve diazepam I would be chewing my fingernails off, there are more empty spots than there are contestants! Our coaches won't be able to fill their teams! Oh, woe is us! Up next is Dia Frampton, an adorable 23-year-old who is wearing the strange combination of high-waisted jeans with suspenders, which give the impression she is wearing *shudder* overalls. With a cardigan. And a button-up blouse. Think Willow in season one of Buffy, but even more frumpy. This girl is freshman dorm-room fodder, which is a tragedy because she is beautiful and can sing. Maybe we can all pitch in and buy her a stylist? She is singing "Bubbly," and two words into it Blake hits his buzzer. Near the end of the song, Cee Lo buzzes in too and then immediately gets his game on and calls her "pretty girl" and smiles prettily at her. She chooses Blake, because, ew. The Ghost of Carson tells us that there are six spots to fill and only two contestants left. I can't stand the tension!