Adam Levine and Blake Shelton used to be America’s favorite bromance, but the country singer threw down the frenemy gauntlet when he reportedly tweeted out The Sexiest Man Alive’s personal cell phone number.

All of America was asking, “Did he really just do that?” Thankfully, Carson Daly is here to answer all your burning questions about Monday’s live performance show.

“I’m surprised his phone didn’t start ringing on the air,” Carson shared on AMP Radio Tuesday morning. “I know his phone was going crazy. It definitely was his number.”

“As far as I know,” he continued. “That was all real.”

We’ll have to wait and see how Levine exacts his revenge. In the meantime, the top ten performed for America’s vote.

“I think it was one of the better performance shows I’ve ever seen on The Voice,” Carson said. “I just thought the songs matched everybody really, really well. Some great selections just ran a nice gamut, doing songs like Kenny Loggins. I loved that song. I remember growing up listening to that song.”

Josh Kaufman, who scored a top 10 iTunes hit with last week’s Sam Smith cover, took on the Loggins classic on behalf of Team Usher.

Christina Grimmie’s take on Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home” was also one of Carson’s favorites.

“She’s so good and I love the spin she put on the whole song,” Producer Angie agreed.

America agrees too. Grimmie charted the highest on iTunes, climbing all the way to #5.

Fellow Team Adam artist Delvin Choice brought down the house with his show-stopping number.

“Gary Clark Jr. is one of my favorite artists out there and Delvin Choice did ‘Bright Lights’ that I interrupted at the end there,” said Carson. Choice took a very long and dramatic pause at one point, which Carson mistook for the ending of the song!

“Delvin Choice, I think is always awesome,” Producer Angie declared.

So who’s getting cut from the top ten? As host of the show, Carson’s remaining neutral, but Producer Angie has a hunch about tonight’s results episode.

“You know who I think might go home? And she still is one of my favorites…I think Bria Kelly,” she said. “I love her. I think she’s got the coolest voice. She’s like that old soul in such a young, small body. I just don’t think that was her best performance. I think she sounded good, but it didn’t seem like the song fit her.”

“I didn’t think she was great in the beginning,” Carson admitted. “But I think she sensed that also, and then she really fought for it at the end and she won me back around. I thought she was great.”

Two more artists get eliminated tonight at 8pm PT.

Want to participate in the Instant Save? Keep a close eye on The Voice’s Twitter account. Around 5:45pm PT, the show will announce the bottom three vote-getters. When you decide which artist you want to save, tweet #VoiceSave and the contestant’s name. The one with the most mentions continues on in the competition.

  • Who was your favorite from last night’s performance show? Give them a shout out in the comments section!

-Sarah Carroll, 97.1 AMP Radio/Los Angeles



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