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Watch Cassadee Pope and Suzanna Choffel in The Voice Knockout Rounds on Oct. 30, 2012 (VIDEO)

After last night’s round of knockouts, it was time for Team Blake Shelton to prove themselves on The Voice stage.

Blake’s final pairing of the night was former frontwoman Cassadee Pope and music teacher Suzanna Choffel. Cassadee tackled Adam Levine and Maroon 5’s hit “Payphone,” and Suzanna picked a more relaxed vibe with Bob Marley’s “Could You Be Loved.”

Christina favored Suzanna, but said Cassadee had a great interpretation of the Maroon 5 hit. Adam also said he was impressed by Cassadee’s version of his tune. Blake said Suzanna’s song choice hurt her and ultimately went with Cassadee.

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10.31.2012 / 07:29 AM EDT by Rachel McRady
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