CeeLo Green and Kermit the Frog sing 'Bein' Green' on 'The Voice.'(Photo: NBC Tyler Golden/NBC)
After Tuesday night's live results show, only six singers are left to compete for The Voice title. However, according to some of the mentors, that title isn't such a big deal.
"I didn't win one of these competitions," said Christina Aguilera, foreshadowing her own singer's fate, "but alongside Britney and Justin, we went on to dominate pop music," she added, perhaps a bit immodestly.
If you're a fan of 'The Voice,' then you know that mentor Christina Aguilera does a lot of self-fanning. USA TODAY's Carly Mallenbaum takes a look at the many hand fans (and hairdos) of Xtina. This pink feather fan is reminiscent of the singer's role as Ali in 'Burlesque.' Trae Patton, NBC
Nevertheless, the contenders were all up for a dramatic one-by-one elimination. There were interviews, performances and, best of all, Muppets! Here's how the night went.
During the battle rounds, Amanda Brown and Trevin Hunte sang Vision of Love. Tuesday, they reunited for Lady Gaga's Marry the Night, a song that ended in a yelling match between the two. Amanda Brown might have come out on top in that one.