Carson hysterically cries as he tries to ask Blake what he thought of the performance over the screaming fan, finally breaking down and telling everyone to SHUT UP! Blake once again yells at the kids throwing their balls in his lawn and the distracting production around Jamar, and I think Adam throws something in his direction. Blake should totally host The X Factor. I would die. Cee Lo is like, "Can you hear the crowd? They love you!" and Adam asks if he can say something. Carson falls desperately to the floor, agonizing in his own tears while the judge quickly states that Jamar embodies the competition or something.
We say goodbye and do a quick recap of the Top 12: Katrina's Adele-wannabe performance, Tony Lucca's "dad at karaoke" number, Kim Yarbrough's... also Adele-wannabe performance, Mathai's jazzy princess John Legend cover, Country Karla David looking like Whitney Cummings trying to rap, Pip doing his darn tootin' best, Cheesa singing disco, James Massone at the corner of JAMES LN, Juliet Simms' rocker Police number, Tony Vincent's jazz hands, Erin Martin very pretty very dull voice and Jamar Rogers' closer.
Oh, Cee Lo is totally in a zoot suit! Carson's being hosed down by The Voice Fire Department as he says he'll see us tomorrow night at the results show... assuming he's medically cleared to do so. Until then!
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