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The Voice: Camila Cabello saves her singer Steven McMorran after losing a tough Battle Rounds match

Camila Cabello used her save to keep singer Steven McMorran on her team after he lost his Battle Rounds matchup on Tuesday’s episode of The Voice on NBC.

The 25-year-old new coach pitted songwriter Steven, 40, against Morgan Myles, 35, while the Nashville singers battled it out to Miley Cyrus’ song Wrecking Ball.

“I picked Wrecking Ball for them because they’re both powerhouse singers,” Camila said.

Camila encouraged Steven and Morgan to sing together while coaching them with team advisor Charlie Puth, 30.

Morgan spoke about connecting with the song because she was in a very toxic relationship, while Steven drew on his experience as a songwriter for artists like Michael Bolton, Celine Dion, Joe Cocker and Tim McGraw.

Charlie admitted he knew it was going to be a tough decision for Camila.

Camila gave them a standing ovation when they finished.

“It’s crazy how good your voices sounded together,” Gwen Stefani, 53, told them. “It was such a great duet.”

John Legend, 43, told Morgan she already sounds like a recording artist, while Blake said he’d probably go with Morgan.

Camila said both were special but ended up declaring that Morgan was the winner of the fight.

“I chose Morgan because I think she’s irreplaceable on the show,” Camila said. “I think Morgan is someone who could make it to the final.”

Just as Steven walked away, Camila used her only defense to hold him.

“I see something in Steven that I want others to see,” Camila said in a confessional.

Steven was shocked that he had been rescued.

“I’m pretty humbled by the fact that Camila used her only saving grace against me,” Steven said.

The Season 22 episode began with Blake’s teammates Tanner Fussell, 28, of Nashville, and Austin Montgomery, 19, of Hemet, California, beginning the battle rounds with a joint performance of Johnny Cash’s Folsom Prison Blues.

Blake eventually named Austin the winner of the battle.

Gwen’s team next stepped aside with singer Sean Paul, 49, as her advisor.

Jillian Jordyn, 17, of Melville, New York, met 16-year-old Rowan Grace of Rapid City, South Dakota. The teenagers were very excited to practice with Gwen and Sean.

The two performed “Finger Crossed” by Lauren Spencer-Smith. Sean encouraged her to engage with the character of the song. The two hugged when it was over.

“You should be so proud,” Camila said.

“You sounded really good,” Blake said to Jillian. “Rowan, whenever you make your record, you sell me at least one copy.”

Blake said he would probably go with Rowan. Gwen told Jillian she loved her voice but ended up going with Rowan.

“Rowan is so ready to record,” Gwen said in a confessional.

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