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Cam Anthony had his game face on when he faced off against Connor Christian on Monday night’s (April 26) Knockouts round of The Voice.

Christian opened with a decent performance of 5 Seconds of Summer’s “Youngblood.” Then Anthony stepped on up for a brutal knockdown with a rendition of Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good.”

The Team Blake sensation had Kelly Clarkson out of her seat at one point, and yelling “oh my god” as the performance wrapped.

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“You should be proud,” Nick Jonas later told Christian. Anthony’s performance, however, was “flawless, creative and kinda…otherworldly.”

Legend is a fan of Anthony and his talents. “I really believe in you, I think that you have the ability to be a true artist, beyond this show,” he enthused.

Blake Shelton praised Anthony. “You have a gift, and I’m very happy for you.” There was no surprise who won this bout. Anthony, the 19-year-old Philadelphia-born, Los Angeles-based hopefully got the win and moves forward in the show.

Watch the performance on NBC’s The Voice below.

Cam Anthony performs Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good” against Connor Christian singing 5 Seconds of Summer’s “Youngblood” during The Knockouts on The Voice.

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