Once again, the Steal kept one hopeful's dreams alive on "The Voice." The second installment of the battle rounds wrapped with Blake Shelton pitting two of his youngest competitors together. Danielle Bradbery had a sweet pureness to her voice, but Caroline Glaser's unique tone really got the attention of the other judges. Adam Levine was especially vocal, beating himself up for not turning his chair around for her during the blind auditions.
After the pair performed "Put Your Records On," Blake chose to move forward with Danielle. It was only a few moments into her farewell speech when two buzzers lit up and tears started to well in Caroline's eyes. Beating Adam to his button by seconds was Usher, who proved equally passionate about having Danielle join him.
But for the second time in two nights, Usher didn't win a showdown. Shakira snatched Sasha Allen from him after the first battle of the season. Buddy TV agreed that someone needed to steal Caroline, but they felt she'd be better off on Usher's team, where she could've been the star instead of just one of the many Adam has.
Hollywood Life thought Blake made a mistake in letting Caroline go at all. Especially to Adam's team, considering both of them come from the singer-songwriter school of music.
The battle rounds continue on "The Voice," Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
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CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story reversed the names of the girls on Blake Shelton's team, stating that Danielle Bradbery was the one who was stolen. Blake chose Danielle to win, setting up Caroline Glaser to join Team Adam through the steal.