Two Oklahomans remain on this season of “The Voice”

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OKLAHOMA – Two Oklahomans remain on this season of “The Voice” on NBC.

Kata Hay, from Skiatook, and Brian Nhira, from Tulsa, both survived the Battle Rounds this week.

Nhira, who was on Team Pharrell, faced off with rocker Abby Celso on Monday’s episode.

The pair’s performance of Maroon 5’s “Sugar” amazed the judges.

In the end Pharrell Williams decided to stick with Celso, but Nhira was quickly saved by Adam Levine, who begged him to join his team.

On Tuesday’s episode of “The Voice,” Skiatook native Kata Hay battled fellow Oklahoman Chelsea Gunn during the Battle Rounds.

Christina Aguilera had the two women perform Melissa Etheridge’s “You’re the Only One,” which had all of the coaches struggling to decide who they thought should win.

Christina ultimately chose Hay to advance to the Knockout Rounds.

Tune in to NBC to watch your fellow Oklahomans compete on “The Voice.”

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