Wednesday, November 21, 2012

The Voice: Cody Belew makes Elite Eight, performs with Rascal Flatts

Posted By on Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 9:16 AM

Cody Belew made it to the top eight and performed with Rascal Flatts Tuesday night on The Voice.
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  • Cody Belew made it to the top eight and performed with Rascal Flatts Tuesday night on "The Voice."

For Cody Belew fans, last night's episode of "The Voice" wasn't quite the down-to-the-wire nail-biter that last week's live results episode was.

Once again, all three remaining members of Team CeeLo advanced to the next round, while Team Christina's Sylvia Yacoub and Team Adam's Bryan Keith were sent home.

Host Carson Daly called Belew's name relatively early on, prompting considerable excitement from the singer, who ran over and hugged the living daylights out of his coach CeeLo Green and also Christina Aguilera, to whom he hollered, "You baby! It was your idea!"

After the jump, watch a video of Belew and Team Blake member Cassadee Pope singing "Changed" with Rascal Flatts and one of him learning he's in the top eight.

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