‘The Voice’ Results: The Top 10 Revealed! Who Went Home?
Tuesday night’s The Voice results show revealed the Top 10 artists in Season 17. The Top 11 performed on Monday night, but one artist had to go home. This week, the first nine artists to move on were decided by America’s vote.
The remaining two contestants were then put up for an Instant Save. They each performed a song, and then viewers had five minutes to vote for which artist they wanted to keep in the competition. Read on to find out who made it through to next week.
‘The Voice’ Top 11 Results
Which Artists Are Safe?
The following artists were announced as moving on to the Top 10 based on America’s votes on Monday night. Host Carson Daly also announced that Jake Hoot had the most streams on Apple Music.
Team Legend Performs
Coach John Legend took the stage with his team members Will Breman, Marybeth Byrd, and Katie Kadan to perform “How Deep Is Your Love” by the Bee Gees.
Gwen Stefani Performs Her Hits
Gwen took the stage to celebrate some of the most iconic songs from her solo career, including “Hollaback Girl” and “Rich Girl” (featuring an appearance from Eve). She was also presented with a plaque to mark 15 million worldwide sales of Love. Angel. Music. Baby, which is celebrating its 15th anniversary.
Team Blake Performs
Blake Shelton joined team members Kat Hammock and Ricky Duran to perform “Takin’ Care of Business” by Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
‘The Voice’ Instant Save Results
Myracle Holloway and Shane Q were in the bottom two after Monday night’s vote. They each performed a song, and America then had five minutes to vote for which artist they wanted to keep in the competition.
Shane Q (Team Kelly)
Shane performed “Jealous” by Labrinth. Blake said Shane is “one of the best singers we’ve had on this show ever,” and was surprised to see him in the bottom two. Kelly reminded America that Shane was a four-chair turn.
Myracle Holloway (Team Gwen)
Myracle performed “You Are So Beautiful.” Gwen told her she deserves to be in the competition, and that she hoped America saw that and voted for her to stay on the show.
America’s Instant Save vote ultimately went to … Shane Q! That means Myracle Holloway went home. Do you agree with The Voice results this week? Did your favorite artist make it through? Let us know in the comments.