AceShowbiz - The live shows of "The Voice" season 15 are fast approaching as the NBC show aired its Night 3 of The Knockouts on Monday, November 5. This season, the contestants got some advice for their performance from key advisor Mariah Carey before they hit the stage before judges Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton and Jennifer Hudson.
First to take the stage were Team Kelly's Sarah Grace and Chevel Shepherd. The latter opted to sing "Travelin' Solider" by The Dixie Chicks, while Sarah sang Etta James' "I'd Rather Go Blind". They were both splendid, but Kelly eventually announced Chevel as the winner. But Kelly wouldn't let Sarah's journey end as she saved her and kept her on her team.
Later, DeAndre Nico and Jake Wells offered the first knockout from Team Adam. DeAndre performed "Wanted" by Hunter Hayes with Jake belting out "Yellow" by Coldplay. Adam then picked DeAndre as the winner.
Anthony Arya then went against fellow Team Jennifer member Kennedy Holmes. For tonight's performance, Anthony belted out "Operator (That's Not the Way It Feels)" by Jim Croce. Kennedy, meanwhile, hoped to win over Anthony with Pink's "What About Us". After seeing Kennedy's vulnerability, Jennifer decided to keep her on her team.
Colton Smith and Kirk Jay then hit the stage. Kirk chose to sing Brett Young's "In Case You Didn't Know", while Colton went with a bold choice of "Lady Marmalade". It was a tribute for his mom, but unfortunately, Colton experienced a momentary loss of hearing during his performance that caused him to flub the lyrics during the last chorus.
Blake picked Kirk as the elimination. However, Jennifer decided to keep Colton from elimination as she hit her button for him. It was huge because Blake previously stole Colton from Jennifer.
The last knockouts were from Team Adam. Delaney Silvernell took the stage to sing Ke$ha's "Praying" while Steve Memmolo went with "Unaware" by Allen Stone. After much consideration, Adam announced Steve as the winner.