Todd says he's not going home broken-hearted, but he is going home. No one steals Todd, and it's too bad because he's a good singer. No one can take on Nicholas if you're singing soul.
Team Blake hosts the next battle: Lelia Broussard versus Suzanna Choffel. I don't really remember Lelia, so she must have happened in a montage. Suzanna sounds like Stevie Nicks, and Adam wanted her on his team. Blake calls this an obvious battle pairing, then had to prove that he knows who Florence + the Machine are by choosing "Dog Days Are Over." You know he just saw that YouTube video of the baby dancing in the car, though.
Suzanna gets nervous about technicalities in rehearsal, and because the whole thing was a Lelia lovefest in there. This is a tough song for her, and an easier one for Lelia. She talks to Blake about it the next day, but it's becoming clearer that Blake is only a good country coach, and not the best coach in general. In the final rehearsal, Lelia struggles with some pitch issues, and Suzanna struggles with multiple vocality disorder.
For the Battle, Suzanna donned her longest, flowiest dress in the spirit of Florence Welch. Lelia wore basic black because we don't really know her yet. The battle is entertaining. Lelia and Suzanna both prove worthy opponents. There were a couple pitch issues, but no clear winner or loser. Christina thought it was a great match, Cee Lo agreed, and Adam wants to steal Suzanna. Blake says he's obsessed with watching Lelia perform, and Suzanna is a bit of a chameleon. He declares Suzanna the winner, perhaps just to piss off Adam.
The judges eyed each other like they might steal Lelia, but they didn't because she got montaged in the auditions and Adam is saving his last Steal for marriage.
I don't remember Joselyn Rivera or Sylvia Yacoub by their over-processed Voice photos, but they're going head to head. Oh, that's right, Sylvia is from Egypt, and Joselyn made something out of that bad Kelly Clarkson song. In rehearsal, Joselyn notes that Sylvia's voice is powerful and her years of experience show. Did she just call Sylvia old? Oh no she di-n't.
Christina proves, yet again, a surprisingly good coach. She gives good feedback; not that Joselyn really heard it. Joselyn has a softer voice, but I think she might also be a bitch. She said that Sylvia was doing a lot with her strong voice and "sometimes it can be a little annoying." What annoys you about that, Joselyn? The fact that you aren't as loud? I don't really care about either of them, so I guess I'll root for Sylvia since she seems more self-aware.