When The Voice contestants Carter Rubin, 14, and Larriah Jackson, 15, went face-to-face for the knockout rounds on Monday night (Nov. 16), they blew their coach Gwen Stefani away with their perfectly harmonious rendition of Meghan Trainor and John Legend‘s “Like I’m Gonna Lose You.”

“I’m gonna quit now,” she joked after the jaw-dropping performance, knowing that she eventually had to choose one of the contestants to send home.

“Every second that goes by I keep changing my mind. Larriah was a one-chair turn, and then we get into rehearsals and Larriah blows us away,” she began thinking out loud. “You have already lived a whole life at 15 years old and Julia [Michaels] saw that in you, that you were singing from your heart. Carter, you have this incredible voice that you can do all this stuff with, and you’re just getting started. To watch you perform the way you did, you just had a lot more confidence in your body language.”

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