"The Voice" certainly saved the best for last in the latest Battle Round episode. After a night filled with great performances, the entire show came to a screeching halt when Jordan Smith took the microphone.

With his life on the show on the line, Smith took on the next-to-impossible task of performing Adele's "Set Fire to the Rain" and managed to elevate the entire competition -- those high notes are enough to give anyone chills.

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It's almost unfair for Victor Kiraly, who dazzled the audience in his own right with a performance of "Some People Want it All" by Adele. Even coach Adam Levine didn't take long debating his decision before going with Smith.

Luckily, It wasn't all bad news for Kiraly, though. While Levine chose to cut him loose in favor of Smith, he was immediately stolen by Gwen Stefani. it's a steal that should do her well, as Kiraly's talent is nothing to short change.

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Now it's just a matter of making it to the live playoffs. However, at this rate it's going to take a miracle for someone to outshine Smith.

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