Blake wanted to throw his panties on stage. Xtina liked the more subtle approach, but didn't love the pitch problems. Cee Lo makes all of the girls screen for "Jamie Boy" and calls him so cool and so him, but that maybe he paid too much attention to the ladies in the crowd when he should have been trying to reach the more difficult notes.
Now here's Juliet Simms, also from Cee Lo's crew, and she reminds me so much of early Ashlee Simpson. She's singing "Roxanne" by The Police and for some reason the editing on this show isn't letting us hear her in practice. Instead of crazy effects, the stage is super-smoky while Juliet belts it out in her rocker-chic way. It's fun. Not particularly memorable (if you don't factor in the black fringe one-armed dress), but again, compared to the competition, she hit it out of the park. Eww, why is Cee Lo moving his pants like that?
Adam says he's pissed because he really wanted her on his team and now he's frustrated because she's the best performance he's seen so far. Christina says she was into it and calls her voice "dooooppppppeeee." Blake says he felt like he heard her sing for the first time and then Adam calls him "Crap Jacket" and derails everything. Then Cee Lo tells her she did a great job and it's just way more creepy than I would have wanted it to be.
From Team Adam, here's the 19-year-old nursing student Mathai. She's singing John Legend's "Ordinary People" and while Adam is confident, he points out that sometimes she gets away from the emotion of the songs. She comes out looking like a modern khalessi (let's just say "cool princess" if you don't watch Game of Thrones) and sings with cheer and a pretty captivating sweetness. She seems happy to be on stage and enjoying the hell out of the song. I think that in a few years when her voice matures a bit, she'll be even better, but for now it's still lovely.