'The Voice' season 15: Team Blake's Dave Fenley and Kameron Marlowe battle it out in the Knockouts

Fenley chose to perform Lionel Richie's 'Stuck on You', while Marlowe opted to sing Bob Marley's 'I Shot the Sheriff'


                            'The Voice' season 15: Team Blake's Dave Fenley and Kameron Marlowe battle it out in the Knockouts

The competition on 'The Voice' season 15 is getting fiercer with each performance. The singers are incredible with amazing voices, but sadly, there can be only one winner. The Knockouts started on Monday, and the contestants are set to go head to head with another singer from their team with a song choice of their own in order to get a spot in the live shows. With Mariah Carey as the key advisor for all the teams this season, the coaches seem to have it slightly easy with all the contestants.

Judge Blake Shelton (Photo by Trae Patton/NBC)
Judge Blake Shelton (Photo by Trae Patton/NBC)

With the first round of Knockouts all done and dusted on Monday, NBC shared a sneak peek on what we can expect from Tuesday's episode.

As a first look, they released a clip of the performance by Team Blake's Dave Fenley and Kameron Marlowe. Fenley chose to perform Lionel Richie's 'Stuck on You', while Marlowe chose to sing Bob Marley's 'I Shot the Sheriff'.

Kicking off with Fenley's performance, he owns the stage. The audience didn't even wait a minute before they started to applaud him for his husky voice that just adds an effect to his song. With each note hit perfectly, he didn't miss a beat and the judges noticed that too. By the end of his performance, the judges were left awestruck, with Adam Levine saying that he has a good voice and has a high chance of winning. Kelly Clarkson agreed to that and said that she loves his voice. 

Dave Fenley (Photo by Tyler Golden/NBC)
Dave Fenley (Photo by Tyler Golden/NBC)

Following him was Marlowe, with his electric guitar. He gave it his all and his thick voice and stage presence were too hard to miss. The judges seemed to enjoy his performance just as much as he enjoyed singing. By the end of both performances, one thing was definitely clear, Blake has his work cut out for him. Both performances were leveling and deserve to win.

The sneak peek to the Knockouts ends immediately after the audience applauds Marlowe for his song. The judges' comments are not shown. To see what happens and who among the two wins the round, we have to wait till Tuesday night when the show airs on NBC.

'The Voice' season 15 airs on Mondays and Tuesdays, 8/7c, NBC. Check your local listings for more information.

Watch the performance of Team Blake's knockout with Dave Fenley and Kameron Marlowe below: