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Beverly McClellan and Vicci Martinez Return to 'The Voice' - Adam Levine has a 'Bromance' - Mini Re-Cap

Beverly McClellan and Vicci Martinez Return to 'The Voice' - Adam Levine has a 'Bromance' - Mini Re-Cap

The Voice semi-finals were chock-full of surprises Tuesday night. And while the show did make for fairly riveting reality TV viewing there were also a couple of killer performances from season one’s out finalists Vicci Martinez and Beverly McClellan, which for this viewer, served as a palate cleanser to Adam Levine’s gag-worthy bromance speech. But we’ll get to Vicci and Bev in a minute.

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The Voice semi-finals were chock-full of surprises Tuesday night. And while the show did make for fairly riveting reality TV viewing there were also a couple of killer performances from season one’s out finalists Vicci Martinez and Beverly McClellan, which for this viewer, served as a palate cleanser to Adam Levine’s gag-worthy bromance speech. But we’ll get to Vicci and Bev in a minute.

First, for those of you who somehow managed to avoid the Facebook and Twitter fury following the announcement of the four finalists here’s a quick wrap…

Monday, two semi-finalists from each of the teams headed by coaches Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, performed. America voted and the coaches had 100 points to split between their two contestants. And the result is….

Essentially, the boys will rule the finals save for badass rocker Juliet Simms, who not only landed 20 extra points from coach Cee Lo over her team member, the excellent Jamar Rogers, but who won the popular vote as well. Sadly, Juliet and Jamar were on the same team, as they both deserve to be in the finals.

Christina and Blake spread their points evenly between their contestants allowing America’s votes to keep Blake’s Jermaine Paul over Erin Willett and Christina’s opera singer Chris Mann over the adorable alt singer Lindsey Pavao.

When it came to coach Adam things got a little dicey. Adam split his points between his teammates, handing former Mousketeer Tony Lucca 60 points while he doling out 40 to breakout surprise of the season Katrina Parker. With the extra 20 points Tony won, although without Adam’s uneven split Katrina would have moved forward as she received the bulk of America’s vote.  While Adam was certainly free to do as he pleased with his team and strategy his reasoning for the split was based on what he dubbed his connection / “bromance” with Lucca, which has earned him a ‘tool’ rating in my book.

Enough with that and on to the really fun stuff. Last season’s four finalists performed, including Beverly who did a killer version of Cyndi Lauper’s classic “Money Changes Everything” with none other than the sprightly LGBT advocate herself, and Vicci killed it performing “Come Along" with Cee Lo, off of Vicci’s new album.

Watch Beverly with Cyndi. 

And here are Vicci and Cee Lo. 

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Tracy E. Gilchrist

<p>Cinephile, cyclist, proud cat lady and unabashed Pretty Little Liars guru.</p>

<p>Cinephile, cyclist, proud cat lady and unabashed Pretty Little Liars guru.</p>