"The Voice" Season 7 Live Shows Week 3 was expected to be exciting with good performances from the remaining top 10 contestants but it turned out to be "somewhat dull" despite usual praises from coaches – Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Pharrell Williams.
Matt McAndrew of Team Adam was the first contestant to take the stage on Monday. He sang "Fix You" by Coldplay and it was just an average performance.
Anita Antoinette of Team Gwen was the next to perform. She rendered Passenger's "Let Her Go" and it was a good rendition. It's a frequently covered song but she made it her own.
Damien of Team Adam sang the song, "You and I" by Stevie Wonder. It was an average rendition without much emotion but he got standing ovation from the coaches.
Reagan James of Team Blake performed Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" and it was a poor rendition. She must be having a huge fan following but this performance won't help her.
Luke Wade of Team Pharrell took the stage and sang Otis Redding's "Try a Little Tenderness." He is no doubt a talented singer but his performs this week was somewhat weak.
Craig Wayne Boyd of Team Blake was the next to perform. He sang Johnny Cash's "I Walk the Line" and it was one of the best performances of the night. This performance should qualify him to next week's live show.
Ryan Sill of Team Gwen sang the song, "Starlight" by Muse's "Starlight". He has made improvement over the weeks but it looks like he may not be able to face the heat when the competition gets tougher.
DaNica Shirey of Team Pharrell took on the song, "I Have Nothing" by Whitney Houston. It is a difficult song but a widely covered one that people hear in almost every reality singing competition. DaNica rendered the song well.
Taylor John Williams of Team Gwen took on the song, "Come Together" by The Beatles. It was a decent performance without playful element that the song usually goes along with.
Chris Jamison of Team Adam was the last contestant to perform on Monday. He took on the song, "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars. It was a good performance.