Cee Lo, yet again, doesn't care about winning, and calls it the performance of the night. Christina offers up that she "gets" Sylvia. Nobody's feedback is meaningful tonight.
Does anyone care about Dez Duron? T-shirts do--they all want to be loosely arranged on his chest. Dez chose "Wanted" for this week, and some unfairly tight pants. As smart as this move is for Dez, and as nice as the vocals are, I'm still bored. Something tells me Dez sings this song to himself in the mirror every morning as a part of his affirmations.
"The good news is that girls really love you," Adam tells Dez, who he is dressed almost identically to. Then Adam keeps talking, and it is meaningless. Blake knows a country song when he hears it, so he notes that. Christina stands up and pushes her boobs together for Dez.
The final performance is from the incomparable Trevin Hunte of Team Cee Lo. There is still very little better than that duet of "Vision of Love" he and Amanda Brown did, so it's not surprising that they're each closing out their nights. Trevin is trying to lose some weight, which is cute, and Cee Lo tells him he's perfect just the way he is, which is true.
Trevin continues to be a favorite for me, choosing "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" by Michael Bolton. I have very emotional memories tied to this song, because this is the song Zack Attack played when Zack and Kelly broke up at the Bayside Costume Ball on Saved By the Bell. Damn you, Jeff, damn you to hell.
I have a feeling that this performance will make me emotional for days. It is just Trevin, the piano, and some Michael Bolton. Oh my god, it's so rich. Trevin's voice is so smooth, it's as perfect a marriage as Zack and Kelly. Blake and Christina tell Trevin that he has everything it takes to win The Voice, but Christina adds that Cee Lo needs to push him harder. More belting. Then Carson asks Cee Lo for his thoughts, "quickly." Cee Lo loved it, of course. So everyone pick up those phones and fulfill those weird Blind Side fantasies you've been having and vote for Trevin Hunte.