The Voice's Battle Round came to a close with seven more artists to the next round of Season 14 during Tuesday night's one-hour broadcast on NBC.

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The Voice coaches Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys and Blake Shelton declared six Battle-Round winners, while one artist survived the cut thanks to Alicia's final "Steal" of the season.

The artists who advanced to the Knockout Round by winning their respective Battles were Jackie Verna, a 23-year-old from New Jersey who currently resides in West Chester, PA; Terrence Cunningham, a 36-year-old from Los Angeles, CA; Spensha Baker, a 25-year-old from Boerne, TX; Austin Giorgio, a 21-year-old from Rochester, NY; Alexa Cappelli, an 18-year-old from Upland, CA; and Gary Edwards, a 26-year-old from Michigan who currently resides in Dallas, TX.

The Battle Round concluded on Tuesday night with the coaches rounding out their teams for the upcoming Knockout Round through a series of team-member faceoffs.

In each Battle, a coach paired two of his or her team members up at a time and chose a song for them to sing in a duet. While the duo had to blend their different sounds, the goal was to out-perform each other for only one spot on the team moving forward.

However, Alicia, Adam, Blake and Kelly were each allowed two "Steals" during this round, which means he or she could select two losing artists from opposing coaches' Battles to join his or her own team for the Knockout Round and potentially beyond.

The person stolen during last night's broadcast was Dallas Caroline, a 17-year-old from Santa Rosa, CA.

For Battles this season, Hailee Steinfeld served as Kelly's team advisor, Julia Michaels worked with Adam's team, Trace Adkins helped out Blake's team, and Shawn Mendes mentored Adam's team.

The first Battle of the night belonged to Jackie and Stephanie Skipper, a 33-year-old from Pennsylvania who currently resides in Nashville, TN, on behalf of Adam's team.

The women were paired to sing "These Dreams," and Blake said the performance was very impressive and each artist had big moments throughout the song.

Blake thought Jackie and Stephanie were equal, but he sided with Jackie since she's a country singer. Kelly thought both individuals were "fantastic," but Alicia pointed out Stephanie had more awareness of who she is. Alicia noted Jackie, on the other hand, has raw, untapped talent that will continue to evolve.

Adam knew the song was a challenge, but he thought they did an amazing job with it. He saw "astounding growth" in Jackie and knew there was greatness emerging from her. Adam ultimately went with his gut and named Jackie the winner, mainly because he said she doesn't know how good she really is.
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For "Team Alicia," Terrence was matched up with Livia Faith, a 17-year-old from Stanton, KY, to sing "Stars."

Adam believed Terrence had set the bar through the roof, even dating back to his Blind Audition, because he's "ethereal" and "kind of like his own planet." Adam thought Livia, however, held her own in the Battle and is a "diamond in the rough."

Kelly complimented Livia on being bold as well as a great storyteller, and Blake didn't think either artist necessarily out-sang the other.

Although Alicia explained Livia had revealed herself and shown a strength in her voice, the coach named Terrence the winner because he's able to draw people in through a quiet yet powerful trance when he sings.

Blake then paired Dallas with Spensha for a performance of "I Could Use A Love Song."

Kelly thought Dallas needed a little more confidence while Spensha had a "huge presence" onstage. Kelly begged Spensha to make a record right away, but Alicia admitted she'd probably go with Dallas since she has so much potential.

It was clear Dallas was pretty nervous during her performance, but Alicia believed she has an "unlimited ability" to perform different songs and styles of music. Adam noted Dallas is "adorable" and could be the  next Danielle Bradbery.

However, Spensha was complimented on her ability to "morph a song," as Adam explained she has some type of "special chameleon aspect" to what she does.

Adam and Blake both agreed that Blake was "screwed" over this pairing. Blake considered Dallas a great singer, but he thought Spensha can "blow the mind of Nashville" and "turn the world of country music on its ear."

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There wasn't a clear winner; however, Blake determined Spensha had won the Battle because she's "so ready" right now and has an "earthy" tone with a lot of range.

But Dallas wasn't going anywhere, as Alicia decided to use her final "Steal" of the season on her. Alicia saw something very special in Dallas.

The episode also featured a brief montage of three separate Battles.

For "Team Adam," Gary faced off against Angel Bonilla, a 31-year-old from the Philippines who currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. Adam named Gary the winner because he "went above and beyond."

On behalf of Blake's team, Austin was matched with Brett Hunter, a 30-year-old from Oakland, CA, for a Battle. Austin was victorious because he didn't let the pressure get to him.

And finally, Kelly paired Alexa with Hannah Goebel, a 21-year-old from Nebraska who currently resides in Nashville, TN. However, Hannah missed the Battle for personal reasons, so Alexa automatically advanced to the Knockout Round.

After a special March 28 episode, The Voice's Knockout Round will commence next Monday night and feature former winners of the show returning to advise the teams.