According to Celebrity Net Worth, Gwen Stefani is worth a whopping $100 million while her boyfriend of about a year and a half is reportedly worth $60 million. It's the type of song that could be a natural fit for Brown to sing as a recording artist, belting out a couple strong notes throughout the song that prove her strength as a vocalist. "They would even throw [Gwen] a considerable amount of money, but between her and Blake [Shelton], money really doesn't matter", the same source went on to add.
Meanwhile, on coach Adam Levine's team, the true standout of the evening was Lilli Passero who performed Carole King's classic "It's Too Late". "I'd say the longer I'm here, the more and more I realize they're just people". And just like last night, when Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys' squads were whittled down, there are no real surprises here. Adam was impressed by the performance and told Plake that he is a singer "who truly represents what's going on in music right now". One of the big struggles here is mostly that you're having to judge what a voting public will do when we've yet to have any feedback from them. After the performance, Adam begged the crowd to vote for him, because if he gets more time with Isaiah, he will make him the "best version of himself".
Finally, the Top 12 were chosen.
Brennley Brown found herself in a good spot during this week's live episode of The Voice.
Gwen opted to save Troy Ramey from Sea Cliff, NY, sending the following artists home: Johnny G.; Quizz Swanigan from North Little Rock, AR; and J Chosen from Albany, GA. Levine then had to choose from his four eliminated acts - Hanna Eyre, Johnny Hayes, Mark Isaish and Josh West - to also take on to the next round. And when Adam had another chance to save Johnny, he made a decision to stick with Mark Isaiah instead.
Click through the slideshow to meet the top 12 on The Voice...