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Voters advance Pip to next round of 'The Voice'

April 11, 2012

Area residents are shown gathered at ChinAmerica Palace in St. Marys on Monday evening to watch Pip perform on "The Voice." No event was held in conjunction with the live results show broadcast Tuesday night. Photo by Becky Polaski.

The results from Monday night's live voting round of NBC's "The Voice" were announced during another live show on Tuesday. Votes were cast from 10 p.m. Monday through 10 a.m. Tuesday and the top three vote getters on Team Adam and Team Cee Lo were automatically advanced to the next round of the competition. The bottom three vote getters on each team had the opportunity to perform one last song, with their coach then selecting one to "save," while the other two were eliminated from the competition.
Pip, the 19-year-old son of St. Marys native Jim Arnold, was one of the three top vote getters on Team Adam, along with Mathai and Tony Lucca.
Voting will continue each week until only one singer remains on each team. The four will then compete against each other, with the winner being named "The Voice" and the winner of a recording contract.
For more information on Pip or to listen to his past performances, visit his website at www.pipmusic.com.

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