Last night on "The Voice," six more artists advanced to the live shows after winning vocal battles against a member of their own team. It was the third of four "Battle Rounds" episodes that have the coaches narrowing down their teams according to what they like best. The battle pairings and results were as follows:
Phillip Arnold "Pip" @pip_andrew (winner) vs. Nathan Parrett @parrettnathan
Katrina Parker @katrinapmusic (winner) vs. Angel Taylor @ataylormusic
Erin Willett @erin_willett (winner) vs. Gwen Sebastian @gwensebastian
Jermaine Paul @jermainepaul (winner) vs. ALyx @FollowALyX
TEAM CEE LO:
Erin Martin @erinmartinmusic (winner) vs. The Shields Brothers @ShieldsBrothers
Ashley de la Rosa @UKnowAshleyDLR (winner) vs. Jonathas @iknowJONATHAS
Pip, Katrina, Erin W., Jermaine, Erin M. and Ashley join previous winners Tony Lucca and Kim Yarbrough (Team Adam); RaeLynn, Jordis and Charlotte Sometimes (Team Blake); Cheesa, Juliet Simms and Jamar Rogers (Team Cee Lo); and Jesse Campbell, Chris Mann, Sera Hill and Lindsey Pavao (Team Xtina).
Three of the six battle pairings that will be featured on Monday, March 26 (8 to 10 p.m.), are as follows:
Karla Davis @karladavismusic vs. Orlando Napier @ONapiermusic
TEAM CEE LO:
Tony Vincent @TVofficial vs. Justin Hopkins @jhopsmusicbox
The LiNE @THELiNEMUSIC vs. Moses Stone @IamMosesStone
During the "Battle Rounds," coaches pit two of their own team members against each other to sing the same song together in front of a studio audience. After the vocal face-off, coaches must then choose between their two artists to determine who will continue on in the competition.
At the end of the "Battle Rounds," each coach will have six members remaining on their respective teams as they head into the live stage shows in April.
Since its Feb. 5 debut, "The Voice" has averaged a 7.0 rating in adults 18-49 and 18.2 million viewers overall and has ranked either No. 1 or No. 2 among primetime series programs for eight weeks in a row in 18-49. This week's telecast ranked No. 1 among all Monday primetime programming in adults 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54, out-rating ABC's premiere of "Dancing With the Stars" head to head by a 29 percent margin in 18-49 rating.
Since adding "The Voice" to its schedule in early February, NBC is running 29 percent ahead of its year-ago pace in adults 18-49 (with a 2.2 rating since Feb. 6 versus a year-ago 1.7).