Christina Milian has bangs, and Team Cee Lo is in the Skybox. Trevin tells Nicholas he loves him, and Nicholas calls Trevin a little brother and that he's grateful to have gotten to know his heart. Oh my god, I love Team Cee Lo. Not loving those bangs on Milian, though. Them's crazy-thick Skybox bangs.
Now let's hear from the "country sensation who has everyone in Nashville talking," RaeLynn. She's here with her new single, "Boyfriend." It is just as annoying and illegitimate a single as "Wild Child." RaeLynn wrote that song with a couple other nobodies from Season 2 of The Voice and it is not, in fact, a real single. Buying it on iTunes won't help anyone or anything, either.
So, which of the three remaining artists will return next season to sing some made-up single they had all the time in the world to write? That remains to be seen. First, the Voice Confessional, the part of the show that I thought was my least favorite, until Carson made asking the contestants questions before delivering results an official thing. Oh, and now Carson is getting in on this confessional bit, and they roped Christina Milian into it, too. Great, we really want to hear from these guys. And Twitter. I want to hear more from Twitter.
The third and final returning artist, Chris Mann, has a couple albums apparently. He's a former opera singer, so he has that Josh Groban thing going. His single is called "Roads," and it is totally the kind of music your mom listens to. Buy her Chris Mann's new Christmas album, she will enjoy it.
Next, Carson asks Nicholas if it's hard to be away from his family. Nicholas says basically that, yes, it sucks. Well, Nicholas, you might be going home soon. The second finalist is Cassadee Pope. I don't agree with the way this is being done. It should be one member of each team standing there, just for fairness. Maybe they knew Cee Lo could consolidate his feedback, or maybe they were planning ahead for this upcoming duet.