The Voice results show whittled down two artists from the Top 10 Tuesday with the help of America (and Twitter) to present us with our Top 8 on Tuesday.
After announcing that Gwen Stefani will join The Voice coaching panel next season along with Pharrell Williams, we got down to business last night:
As usual, Carson Daly announced the saved artists first, one by one, until the bottom three vote-getters remained onstage. Who would they be?
This week, the unlucky trio was Kat Perkins of Team Adam, Bria Kelly of Team Usher and Tess Boyer of Team Shakira, last week's Instant Save recipient.
In a new format unveiled last week, the bottom three then had to perform new songs to earn support they would need on Twitter to remain on the show.
Yeah, the format on this show can be a little ridiculous ... but we love it.
Kelly, the 18-year-old Virginia phenom who's performed with the likes of Miranda Lambert, kicked things off in leather pants singing "Crazy on You."
Up next was Boyer, a pre-law student and former NFL cheerleader, who delivered another impressive performance, this time singing "Who Knew."
Perkins, a Minneapolis rocker and nanny, delivered a commanding "Paris Ooh La La" that had Adam Levine on his feet and begging America to keep her.
"Typically when someone is in the bottom three the week after they tend to go home," her coach stated in a last-ditch plea to earn her the Instant Save.
"This girl deserves to go all the way. If you save this girl, to me it's obvious she's going to finally beat the odds by staying all the way 'til the end."
He may be right. America saved Perkins by a wide margin.
With Bria and Tess out, Adam and Blake have all three of their artists remaining in the Top 8, while Usher and Shakira are both down to just one each.
What do you think? Did America/Twitter get it right?