Blake Shelton had to make some tough choices in week 3 of the battle rounds on 'The Voice.' He lost two more members of his team.  The most emotional moment of the night came when country front runner Gwen Sebastian took on powerhouse Erin Willett, singing for her cancer stricken father, who was given 24 hours to live. Blake chose Pat Benatar's 'We Belong' for the girls to sing.  Gwen brought her country flair to the song, while Erin used her big voice and emotion in the song.  Miranda Lambert and Kelly Clarkson gave both girls some tips before the battle round.

Advisors help Gwen and Erin

Gwen Sebastian VS Erin Willett

Although Blake went with Erin to move on to the live rounds, it's not all sad news for Gwen.  She's heading out with Blake Shelton on his Well Lit & Amplified tour.

In the second battle, Blake paired ALyX and Alicia Key's backup singer Jermaine Paul, with Billy Ocean's 'Get Out of My Car.' Fellow judge Adam Levine summed it up best when he told Jermaine he 'kicked the songs butt,' although he didn't say butt.

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Jermaine Paul VS ALyX

A no brainer for Blake in choosing Jermaine.  He was by far, the better singer of the two.  Do you think Blake made the right choices?

Tune in 'The Voice' next Monday night at 8 on NBC for the final battle round before the live shows.