‘The Voice’ Instant Save NEW Voting System — Twitter Will NOT Work!

Jill O'Rourke
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Tuesday’s The Voice results show will feature an Instant Save, but it may not be what you’re expecting. The live vote will determine a wildcard artist to move on out of Monday’s Top 20, and this season, the method is a little different

America’s overnight vote will determine the first 12 artists to move on. The remaining singers will then perform for the thirteenth spot, which will be determined the same night.

How ‘The Voice’ Instant Save Works

In the past, The Voice “Instant Save” has been on Twitter. Viewers could vote by tweeting the hashtag #VoiceSave, along with the name of the artist they wanted to save from elimination.

However, using Twitter will not work in Tuesday night’s wildcard vote. Instead, viewers will need to either download the Voice app and vote there, or vote on the show’s website. Once The Voice Instant Save is open, you can go here to vote.

Host Carson Daly briefly explained this on Monday night’s show, adding that he would go into more detail during Tuesday’s results.

The Top 20 Perform In The Live Playoffs

On Monday night, Season 17’s Top 20 artists (five from each team) performed in a jam-packed playoffs show. They delivered some amazing performances, and Team Legend artist Will Breman even inspired Kelly Clarkson to say he “won The Voice” with his rendition of Taylor Swift’s “Style.”

The episode also featured some standout performances from Hello Sunday (Team Kelly), Ricky Duran (Team Blake), and Rose Short (Team Gwen).

We’ll find out if it was enough to impress America when the live results air Tuesday night at 8 p.m. on NBC. Did you get your votes in for your favorite artists overnight? Do you plan to vote in tonight’s The Voice Instant Save? Let us know in the comments.

Jill O'Rourke

Jill O’Rourke is a contributor at Talent Recap, writing news stories and recaps for shows like ‘AGT,’ ‘The Voice,’ and ‘American Idol.’ She graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in English and Film Studies, and has been writing about pop culture since 2012, with previous bylines at Crushable and A Plus. Jill spends her free time binge-watching sitcoms and daydreaming about life as a hobbit