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'The Voice' recap, The final eight perform

November 27, 2012|By Sara Toth

Cassadee Pope resurrected that song everyone loved but has since forgotten about, "Are You Happy Now?" by Michelle Branch. To take the obvious play-on-words: NO. I am NOT happy, Cassadee. Not until you’re off this show. At the risk of sounding like a broken record: STOP VOTING FOR HER, AMERICA. She has had her time on the Vans Warped Tour Stage, she has famous friends, she does not need this in the same way that say, Nicholas David or Amanda Brown do.

Leftovers:

Adam sang with 50 Cent, and that’s all I’m saying about that because it was weird and atrocious. It was nice to see Adam do his little tough-guy dance, though.

Melanie, Terry, Cassadee and Dez did a group take on The All-American Rejects’ "Move Along," which was just Cassadee oversinging everyone and Terry looking unconcerned.

Later, Nicholas, Cody, Amanda and Trevin sang Journey’s "Any Way You Want It." God, let’s just let Cody sing everything forever.

Adorable Moment: The only worthwhile thing social media correspondent Christina Milian has ever done was bring on Terry’s wife and kid to surprise him. There were hugs, kisses, joy and so much shock that whatever came out of his mouth was bleeped for a few seconds.

Parting Thought: With the bottom two cut every week, and no guarantee a coach will have a contestant in the Top 4, Christina is getting MEAN and desperate. She only has Dez left, and he’s not a strong enough contender for her. Cee Lo, on the other hand, still has three contestants left, assuring him a spot in the finals.

I’m torn here: We can keep Dez in, sending someone else home who doesn’t deserve it, and Christina will remain snippy and desperate. Or, we can cut all hope she has at a final spot, and she will become insufferable. Just, vote carefully America. Don’t anger the Diva.

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