NBC's The Voice has reached the stage where it asks mentors Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green to eliminate two singers from each of their teams, wittling down their numbers to four remaining singers each. Last week, judges and coaches Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton went through the same process with their teams.

After Jessie J performed her song "Domino" with Aguilera's team backing her up, host Carson Daly started informing singers on Levine's and Green's teams who got enough votes to remain safe. For Team Adam, it meant that Mathai, 18, Pip, 19, and former Mickey Mouse Club member Tony Lucca were all sticking around. Later, on Team Cee Lo, Juliet Simms, Jamar Rogers and James Massone were all saved from elimination.

That left Karla Davis, Kim Yarbrough and Katrina Parker from Team Adam, and Tony Vincent, Cheesa and Erin Martin from Team Cee Lo to sing for their judges.

Parker and Cheesa were picked to stay. "Katrina, you're the one," Levine said. "My mind says Tony, but my heart says Cheesa," Green said. The other four — Davis, Yarbrough, Vincent and Martin — were sent home.

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