The battle rounds on “The Voice” are one of the most stressful parts of the competition. Coaches pair up two artists and select a song for them to go head-to-head on. From there, the coach can only pick one artist to move forward and the other coaches have the chance to steal the artist who didn’t get chosen.
During part 3 of battle rounds, Blake Shelton paired up Kaleb Lee and Pryor Baird for a fun performance of Tom Petty’s hit song, “Don’t Do Me Like That.” The two men have very similar styles and range, which made it difficult as a listener to choose just one artist to come out on top.
Blake Shelton decided to keep Pryor Baird on his team, but luckily Kelly Clarkson made a steal and welcomed Kaleb Lee to #TeamKelly.