VOICE OVER: Awkwardness Prevails as the Elite 8 are Revealed

Related: The Voice, Christina Aguilera, NBC, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Ceelo Green

The results show on NBC's The Voice is very fun, because it's an hour of variety in which the coaches actually get to show off why they are part of this singing show. This is something that distinguishes The Voice from other shows like it. Another fun part is that the contestants get to sing together, and they can relax because they are not being judged on their performance. Then of course there are the guest performers, like Rascal Flatts tonight. All of those elements were part of tonight's results show, which revealed the Top 8 by the end. So singers from Teams CeeLo Green, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, and Christina Aguilera were in suspense the whole time, most likely singing, "I Hope I Get It" to themselves yet again.

Make sure to click here and read the recaps from the previous weeks, especially last night when the Top 10 performed!

The first number of the night was a fun one in which Christina Aguilera was "auditioning" for her mentees Sylvia and Dez who were sitting in her chair with their backs turned to her. A few seconds into it, after mock deliberation, they pushed the red button and joined her in singing "Let There be Love." This was a very fitting energy-filled opener, complete with backup dancers.

But following that, Team CeeLo's Nicholas David was the first to hear the assurance that he made the Top 8, followed by Blake's Cassadee Pope. Then the latter joined Rascal Flatts on stage to sing "Changed," with CeeLo's Cody Belew as well.

Carson Daly asked Amanda what she learned most from her coach, and she let America in on the fact that Adam really emphasizes his mentees just being themselves, and she consistently sought to emulate that.

As the contestants stood up there in a line, each one holding their breath, he shifted the pressure toward Christina's team, saying that the next one who was saved was one of them. It was between Sylvia Yacoub and Dez Duron. Not surprisingly, the fan favorite Dez was safe, and that result garnered many elated cheers from the young girls in the audience, as has come to be expected. And then from Team CeeLo, Cody Belew was safe.

To take a break from the suspense, Adam Levine and his team, Melanie Martinez, Bryan Keith, and Amanda Brown sang "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," as Adam played guitar. They all sounded and looked awesome as they were clearly having a blast.

Christina took a minute to put the spotlight on Dez, which she did not really do last night. "Dez is an amazing voice to be reckoned with," she said, but much like she did last night, she attributed his success to her own song choice in a very tacky and awkward way.

Right before Sylvia Yacoub, Terry McDermott, Dez Duron, and Cassadee Pope sang "Hit Me With Your Best Shot," Team Adam's Melanie Martinez was saved.




More On: Rascal Flatts, CeeLo Green, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, here, Nicholas David, Carson Daly.

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Sally Henry Sally ("Ginge") is a BroadwayWorld.com contributor based in Atlanta who has written re-caps of NBC's The Voice episodes week to week, among other jobs. However, she is first and foremost a Broadway fan. Her favorite shows include Next to Normal, South Pacific, West Side Story, and the very best show of all time, The Scarlet Pimpernel. In most situations, she'd rather be seeing a good Broadway show.

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