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The Voice results are in, and following Monday's Top 12 performances, the aspiring singers were on pins and needles waiting to see if their journey was over.

Some favorites emerged on The Voice Season 7 Episode 18, while some faltered and other dark horse candidates also made their case to advance.

Alas, it was the end of the road for ...

The Voice Season 7 Top 12

Sugar Joans and Jessie Pitts.

Ryan Sills also found himself in the Bottom Three, but America saved him with its Instant Tweets, carrying Team Gwen's baby faced singer onward.

The exits of Joans (Team Pharrell) and Pitts (Team Blake) mean only three women advanced to the Top 10 in Season 7. But there is yet another twist:

Once we reach the final three, all of the top 12 will be invited back, and it's up to viewers to decide who returns as the first-ever "wild card" contestant!

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The Voice results are in, and they made for a night of triumph and tears Wednesday night, as only 12 artists survived among the 20 who made it this far.

America's votes saved two members on each team of five singers, which forced each of the four coaches to rescue one more of their three in jeopardy.

So who's in and who's out? Let's break it down by team ...

The Voice Season 7 Top 12

Team Blake saw 15-year-old Reagan James and Craig Wayne Boyd, a Nashville-based father, safe after The Voice Season 7 Episode 15 performances.

That left Shelton to choose between Taylor Brashears, James David Carter and Jessie Pitts for the final spot, and he ultimately opted to save Pitts.

A steal from Team Gwen Stefani, Jessie has been living on the brink for some time, and Shelton chose to take him along at least one more week.

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The Voice Season 6 closed out Tuesday on NBC with an epic results show featuring performances by Ed Sheeran, Tim McGraw, Robin Thicke and OneRepublic.

Yet not even they could not outshine the real star of the night: the winner.

Who Won The Voice?
The Voice Season 6 champion is crowned in May 2014. Who won it all?

Christina Grimmie (Team Adam), Josh Kaufman (Team Ursher) and Jake Worthington (Team Blake) each made coaches' chairs swivel during the blind auditions.

They consistently brought the competition to its knees, and the crowd to its feet, during multiple weeks of do-or-die battles and high-stakes playoff performances.

They brought out the votes of America early and often throughout the spring.

But there could be only one The Voice. Results? Follow the jump to see ...

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The Voice results show whittled down two artists from Monday's top five, and with the help of America (and Twitter), chose three semifinalists to move on to the finale.

As always, Carson Daly presented the safe artists with the good news, one by one, until the three bottom vote-getters remained, awaiting their fate via Twitter.

With only one spot left, the unlucky trio in danger was ...

The Voice Top 5: Semifinal Results Revealed
With a trip to the finals at stake, Kat Perkins, Christina Grimmie and Kristen Merlin await the results of the instant save.

Kristen Merlin, Kat Perkins and Christina Grimmie.

That means smooth crooner Josh Kaufman and country boy Jake Worthington are in the finals, which came as something of a surprise to many viewers.

Hoping for an instant save that will vault her into the finals along with them, Kristen Merlin put her all into a cover of Carrie Underwood's "Blown Away."

Kat looked for the instant save and a trip to the top three with a cover of that very same artist, belting out "Good Girl" in hopes of getting enough Tweets.

Finally, Christina took on OneRepublic's "Apologize." The final artist who will move on to The Voice Season 6 finale next Monday and Tuesday night is ...

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The Voice results show whittled down THREE artists from the Top 8 Tuesday with the help of America (and Twitter) to present us with our final five.

As usual, Carson Daly announced the safe artists first, one by one, until the bottom vote-getters remained onstage, awaiting their uncertain fates.

This week, with only one spot left, the unlucky foursome in danger was ...

The Voice Top 8 Instant Save, Elimination
Audra McLaughlin, Kat Perkins, Delvin Choice and Sisaundra Lewis wait anxiously to learn which one of them has been saved to the semifinals.

Sisaundra Lewis, Delvin Choice, Kat Perkins and Audra McLaughlin.

In a new format unveiled this spring, the singers in danger had to perform new songs to earn support they would need on Twitter to remain on the show.

Yeah, the format is always changing and confusing. But hey. It works.

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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?

Kat Perkins - Paris Ooh La La (The Voice)
Kat Perkins performs "Paris (Ooh La La)" in an attempt to remain in the hunt on The Voice.

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.

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The first live elimination of The Voice Season 6 is upon us, with the 12 remaining singers vying for spots in next week's Top 10 performance show.

Who will live to sing another week on the NBC hit? Let's get right down to it shall we?

The first two artists safe are Josh Kaufman (Team Usher) and Kat Perkins (Team Adam).

The next two safe: Kristen Merlin (Team Shakira) and Audra McLaughlin (Team Blake).

Following those two are Delvin Choice (Team Adam) and Jake Worthington (Team Blake).

A bit of a surprise there with Jake, but what can you do. These are America's choices!

Sisaundra Lewis (Team Blake) is obviously safe as well as the season's frontrunner.

Bria Kelly (Team Usher) and Christina Grimmie (Team Adam) are then declared safe.

This means Dani Moz and Tess Boyer (Team Shakira) and T.J. Wilkins (Team Usher) are in danger and two of the three will pack their bags Tuesday night.

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The playoffs wrapped on The Voice Tuesday, cementing the Top 12 as we move on to the live shows next week and ending the coaching phase.

Up until this point, each of the surviving singers have either won two battles and/or enough points from a coach to advance. Now that's all over.

The coaches trimmed their rosters from five to three singers for the live shows, and Tuesday's one-hour episode put Usher's contestants in the hot seat.

Josh Kaufman - It Will Rain (The Voice)
As his coach, Usher, looks on, Josh Kaufman takes his best shot with "It Will Rain."

T.J. Wilkins sang "Tell Me Somethin' Good" by Rufus and Chaka Khan, after Usher taught him a personal favorite technique for imitating instruments.

Melissa Jimenez tackled a stripped-down version of a demanding song in Beyonce's "Halo," soaring on the long notes, but occasionally losing support.

Stevie Jo went with BB King's "The Thrill Is Gone," full of loose blues riffs, raspy moments and falsettos, even if he held some notes for too long.

Bria Kelly picked up a guitar for The Rolling Stones' "Wild Horses," and put forth an emotional performance that while not her best, was strong.

Josh Kaufman dedicated Bruno Mars' "It Will Rain" to his wife, adding a lot of raspy high notes that the original track doesn't have, and earning praise.

Usher then announced that his three picks to advance were ...

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The Voice eliminated four performers between Team Shakira and Team Adam last night, while six moved on to the top 12. Who fell into which group?

Let's break down the performances by team and find out ...

Kristen Merlin of Team Shakira took on Carrie Underwood’s “Two Black Cadillacs” and absolutely killed it. Blake Shelton called it "flawless" ... high praise.

Deja Hall, 16, belted out Jordin Sparks’ “Battlefield” with such ease that Usher said she almost sang above the track and Shakira was proud of her confidence.

Tess Boyer, the only singer to have been coached by three coaches, put forth a rendition of “Human” by Christina Perri that was hauntingly beautiful.

Patrick Thomson, was up next with his take on Ray LaMontagne’s classic “Trouble.” He gave a strong and soulful performance that impressed the coaches.

Dani Moz put a new twist on Lady Gaga’s “Edge of Glory,” giving the coaches goosebumps and bringing at least one of them to tears. But would it be enough?

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The playoffs began on The Voice Tuesday with Team Blake taking the stage. Three singers would move on to the Top 12 live shows, and two would be cut.

He had his work cut out for him, especially when it came down to the final spot. Who'd he pick and whose run has ended? Let's get right to it, shall we?

Sisaundra Lewis - New York State of Mind (The Voice)
With a trip to the live shows on the line, Sisaundra Lewis nails her take on Billy Joel's "New York State of Mind" with an electrifying performance Tuesday.

Sisaundra Lewis' rendition of Billy Joel's iconic ballad “New York State Of Mind” put us in her state of mind, put her into the Top 12. What a powerhouse.

The soulful singer stunned in a beautiful black jumpsuit and had the coaches tripping over one another to see who could praise her more glowingly.

Audra Mclaughlin, who kicked off the evening, was almost as perfect, to the point where Blake told her, “You definitely have the other four sweating it out."

Basically, it looked like the other three would compete for the last spot, which is just how it played out. Who would join those two singers in the live shows?

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