The second night of Battles went down on NBC's The Voice on Monday night. Heading into the evening, John Legend had already used his steal; Blake Shelton and Nick Jonas had each already used their saves; and Kelly Clarkson was the only coach with her one save and steal still available. Celebrity advisers Dua Lipa (Team Kelly), Kevin and Joe Jonas (Team Nick), Bebe Rexha (Team Blake) and Ella Mai (Team Legend) returned to help prepare the contestants for their performances.
The first Battle came from two of Team Blake’s non-country artists. Four-chair turn Toneisha Harris was paired with Jacob Daniel Murphy. Shelton had them sing “Good as Hell” by Lizzo. The song choice challenged them to have a lot of stage presence, but Harris was the clear standout here. Shelton picked her as the winner, and Murphy was eliminated.
In another Team Blake Battle, Shelton had a slightly tougher decision to make between Kailey Abel and Cam Spinks, who sang “What Ifs.” Rexha worked with them on their nerves, and both artists delivered in their final performance. Legend and Jonas gave the edge to Abel, but Shelton went with Spinks. No one opted to steal Abel.