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Kelly Clarkson Left With a Tough Decision to Make During ‘The Voice’ Knockouts: Watch

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Kelly Clarkson performs at CinemaCon STXfilms "The State of the Industry: Past, Present and Future" exclusive presentation at the Colosseum Caesars Palace on April 2, 2019, in Las Vegas.

For once, Kelly Clarkson wished she could delegate.

Two members of Team Kelly went toe-to-toe Tuesday night (Nov. 24) on The Voice, as the battles round rumbled on.

Marisa Corvo was first up, hitting Cher’s classic "If I Could Turn Back Time” while seated at the piano. The 33-year-old Staten Island native lit it up with range and power.

Next up, Tanner Gomes' brought it back to Kelly’s wheelhouse with a rendition of Tim McGraw's "Real Good Man." “It was good enough to surprise Blake Shelton. "You did some stuff there at the end that was really impressive,” he said of the Nashville resident.

“Help me,” yelped Clarkson, her decision looming.

Corvo, enthused Gwen Stefani, is a “phenomenal singer and performer, a musician. You’ve got everything going for you.”

When it came to the crunch, Kelly admitted she’d hate herself either way. But she went with Tanner.

Watch below.