On the April 24 episode, Mathai belted "Cowboy Casanova" for her last-chance performance, but Katrina Parker owned the competition, belting a soulful version of "Perfect."
"This really boils down to who I've seen the most from so far," team coach Adam Levine said, mentioning Katrina's growth as one of the reasons he chose to save the singer.
Over on Team Cee Lo, Juliet Simms took the stage with a rock-inflected version of "Torn."
Cheesa tried to stave off elimination with a passionate rendition of "Already Gone."
In the end, backed by a chorus of enthusiastic yelps from the audience, Cee Lo chose to save Simms, saying "I cannot argue with America and the support that they've given Juliet."
Earlier in the show, all of Team Cee Lo joined Florence and the Machine for an epic performance of "No Light, No Light," alongside a bevy of dancers in billowy get-ups.
All four teams are now whittled down to just two singers per celebrity coach and are ready to duke it out for the "The Voice" title.
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