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'The Voice' teams head into battle rounds

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NBC's "The Voice" coaches have each selected their 12-member teams that will advance to the "battle rounds" phase of the competition. Beginning this week, the coaches and celebrity advisers will work with their respective teams of performers, developing skill sets, offering advice and encouragement, and sharing secrets about their own personal success.

During the "battle rounds," each coach will pair two of their own team members against one another, each asked to sing the same song together in front of a studio audience. After the vocal battle, the coach must pick which of his/her singers will advance to the knockout round, while the losing artist is available to be stolen by another coach. Each coach has two steals available during the battle rounds.

Among the singer's is Amy Whitcomb, a Longwood, FL singer that wowed the judges during last week's auditions. Whitcomb's voice was enough to get Adam Levine to turn his chair around. Her audition was the second time she had tried out for the singing show. She auditioned last season, but walked away unable to secure a spot on one of the coach's teams. 

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