Two country-singing female contestants battled it out on 'The Voice' tonight with a dueling version of Tom Petty's classic cut 'Free Fallin'.'

Coach Blake Shelton decided to pit 17-year-old RaeLynn against the more experienced Adley Stump. Both are country singers, but as Shelton suggested, 'They're both completely different.'

For RaeLynn, Shelton brought aboard his country music star wife Miranda Lambert as a guest mentor. While Stump had the honor of working with 'American Idol' champ and pop superstar Kelly Clarkson.

We're not ones to judge -- oh, screw it, that's our job -- but it was a fairly bland a performance of 'Free Fallin'.' RaeLynn had a more affected twang to her voice, while Stump's voice was more powerful but not as interesting.

After the other coaches weighed in, Shelton decided to go with the younger Raelynn. She moves on to the next round of 'The Voice,' while Stump heads home.

Check back for the video of the performance after the show airs.