Oh wait, Carson says that we can vote to keep three artists from each team in the competition. Does that mean six people get cut tomorrow night? That might be a results show worth watching. And make my life, in general, a whole lot more tolerable.
Moses Stone (Team Xtina) is up next. It's really too bad that Christina is doing this show, Xtina on X Factor would have had a lot of alliterative potential that I'm sure Simon Cowell would have loved. He's doing a "Stronger/Power" Kanye mash-up. She tells him that he has to kill it, because he's not a traditional vocalist. It begins with him doing some singing, but there's a Christina-esque backup singer who overpowers him. That and the dancers doing backflips all over the place. Moses is barely grabbing the attention of the cameras. Especially since Christina is dancing all kinds of ridiculous in her chair, and that's something you can't take your eyes off of. Especially since she's sans bra. There's very little "Power" in this song, and more of "Stronger," not sure why he bothered with the mash up at all.
Cee Lo likes his style, Adam also likes his performance qualities, but Adam thinks he'd do better as a singer than a rapper. Blake thinks that Christina has really helped him with his vocals, even though it isn't singing. Christina was super-excited to watch Moses on stage, and thinks that rap might go over people's heads. She does say that he did it with no Auto-Tune, which is something that should be recognized. I don't know that you deserve a medal for actually performing without vocal enhancement devices, but it is an interesting point.
Carson Daly is in the audience with Betty White. She's plugging her show and trying to get into Blake Shelton's pants. Can I erase that image from my brain?
Naia Kete (Team Blake) is going to overcome those pesky nerves and is going to do an Adele song. Enough people! No more Adele. I'd like to ban her from all singing competitions for at least two years. Naia's doing a reggae version of "Turning Tables." Actually, she's not doing it reggae, which might have been more interesting, because Blake would like a more traditional cover. If this gets her eliminated, I'm going to kick Blake Shelton's ass, as Naia is my favorite girl (even with all of her accessories). Her voice sounds raspy and maybe a little hoarse. I'm sucked in and love her big belts, but I don't think it was a smart decision.
Christina thinks it was cool, but would have liked something more interesting. She also says there were a few not good parts in there; I sadly have to admit that she's right. Blake says that her tender moments were wonderful, and it is good to show range, and he thought it was awesome. Adam and Cee Lo's opinions matter not.