Amber Carrington Performs Maroon 5's 'Sad'
The Voice contestant sings Maroon 5's single-worthy ballad "Sad"
In dedication to her best friends, Amber Carrington took on Katy Perry's most vocally ambitious song, "Firework" (and got a piece of good luck from Perry beforehand as well). Shakira commended her for performing the "nightmare song" well, and Shelton praised her versatility beyond the country genre. In dedication to her family and friends, Carrington sang Maroon 5's "Sad" which was written by Levine and his guitarist, James Valentine. "The fact that you can make one of Adam's songs that beautiful, that's doing something!" teased Shelton. "I can't wait to buy your record."
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The two singers with the lowest votes will be sent home Tuesday at 8 p.m. on NBC. The episode will feature a guest performance by season three runner-up, Scottish rocker Terry McDermott.
What did you think of tonight’s performances? Will a lady take the title once again, or will a duo win for the first time and make Voice history? Who had the best set tonight: Allen's disco stage or Chamuel's electronic dance club? Sound off in the comments section below.