Tony has crazy range, and Josh pulls out some gravelly sounds. It's actually a fun pairing, and makes Cee Lo cry. IN THE REHARSALS. I expect X-tina to be bawling like a baby when we get to the actually performance, if it's this emotional this early on. Babyface thinks the biggest issue Tony has is deciding if the final note should be natural or falsetto. He likes that Tony is a pro and really knows how to use his voice. I'm with you, Babyface. Justin gets to work with Ne-Yo. Ne-Yo starts swaying and likes Justin's growl.
Both family guys say they just want to perform and support their kids and wives, right before they go on stage. I can't even really judge this. I'm totally biased, but it's just all kinds of awesome, since I love me a song where guys just belting the hell out of a power ballad. This might be my first purchase of a song from The Voice. And I might not hate Journey as much as Glee has led me to believe.
Adam likes the dirtiness of Justin's voice, and goes with him. Blake thinks the performance was very Cee Lo, but he also gives it to Justin. Christina loved Justin's tone, but thinks that Tony has the full package. Cee Lo is on the same page as Christina. Strange minds think alike. Cee Lo says it is hard with their families both sitting there, and says he was very moved by both of them. He finally picks Tony! Yay! I'm delighted and happy about that decision, as a fan girl. Carson has a nice tweet for Justin, and Cee Lo respects the hell out of Justin and apologizes for crushing his dreams in front of his family. Tony also feels bad for Justin's family. It's all nice, but I'm just happy that I get more Tony Vincent in my life without the cost of theater tickets. Now if you'll kindly excuse me, I've got to go buy "Faithfully." See y'all next week when we're LIVE. And Carson will no longer get to play ring announcer!