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Last night on The Voice results show, the NBC hit cut loose two more singers, and with the aid of the Instant Save, America brought one back from the brink.

Who did the voters send to the bottom three after Monday's performances and who did viewers rescue via Twitter the final minutes of The Voice results show?

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As the Top 10 took the stage at the top of the hour, host Carson Daly revealed that People named Adam Levine Sexiest Man Alive. Swoon alert.

Then he said the first four artists safe and moving on to next week were:

Team Adam's James Wolpert and Team Christina's Matthew Schuler, followed by Team Blake's Ray Boudreaux and Team Adam's Will Champlin.

The next three safe were Team Adam's Tessanne Chin and Team Christina's Jacquie Lee, followed by Team Blake's Cole Vosbury. Tough night for Cee Lo.

Austin Jenckes, Kat Robichaud and Caroline Pennell were therefore in danger. Only one of them would survive. Find out who it is after the jump ...

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The Voice's remaining 10 singers gave it their all once again Monday night, as the Season 5 field continues to be trimmed down along with the margin of error.

Who shone brightest on yet another night of gripping performances?

It remains to be seen if voters will deliver a Dancing With the Stars results-style shocker tonight, but for America, some decisions will be easier than others.

And then there's the Twitter instant save. Who will need it to survive?

Let's break down all of Monday night's Top 10 Voice singers:

Tessanne Chin's beautiful version of Gladys Knight's "If I Was Your Woman" showed the proper respect to a classic song and her unique take on it. She ruled.

Ray Boudreaux showed poise and power with "You Are The Best Thing" and best of all for his chances, some personality as he rose to the top tier of the top 10.

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Last night on The Voice results show, the NBC hit cut loose two of its top 12 singers, with the aid of the new, crazy twist to an already complicated format:

The Instant Save.

Who did America send to the bottom three and who did viewers rescue via Twitter in the final five minutes (seriously) of The Voice results show?

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It's not clear if the results are read in order of votes, but the first artists declared safe were Team Cee Lo's Caroline Pennell and Team Xtina's Matthew Schuler. 

Also safe: Team Blake's Austin Jenckes; Team Adam's Tessanne Chin; Team Christina's Jacquie Lee; Team Blake's Cole Vosbury; Team Adam's Will Champlin.

That left five, of which Team Blake's Ray Boudreax and Team Adam's James Wolpert were then saved. So the bottom three singers were the following:

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The Voice's top 12 gave it their all on Monday night, after last week saw eight of the final 20 cut loose before our eyes. The margin for error is slim to none.

It remains to be seen if voters will deliver surprises (a la the Dancing With the Stars results show), but some decisions will be easier than others.

Who shone brightest and who will be sweating bullets when the votes are tallied Tuesday night? Let's break down all of last night's Top 12 performances!

Cole Vosbury took on a smooth, crooning, gem like "Adorn" by Miguel and still managed to pull it off as a white guy with a beard. Pretty terrific.

Matthew Schuler sang "Hallelujah," the real credit for which goes to Leonard Cohen for penning it, and Jeff Buckley for covering it. Still, he was solid.

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The Voice narrowed its fifth season field from 20 to 12 last night in a results show full of brutal cuts. Some tougher than others, but all were brutal.

Most of the perceived favorites coasted through with America's votes, which saved two singers on each coach's teams. The other chance to move on?

That was left up to Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green. Read on for the outcome of The Voice results show Thursday ...

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Team Christina

Voted in: Jacquie Lee and Matthew Schuler!

Saved: Josh Logan!

"I have to go where my heart is invested right now," Aguilera said, rescuing Josh and leaving Olivia Henken and Stephanie Anne Johnson crushed.

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Matthew Schuler wowed the audience with his "Wrecking Ball" cover on The Voice last night, cementing his status as one of the favorites to win Season 5.

Combined with Jacquie Lee, Matthew gives his coach, Christina Aguilera, two legitimate chances to claim her first title in the NBC show's history.

Watch his rendition of Miley Cyrus' hit song (seriously) and you'll see why:

Matthew Schuler already owns the title of fastest four-chair turn in five seasons of The Voice, so it's hardly a surprise that he's in the top 20 this fall.

His attention-grabbing vocals command the room whenever he performs. Simply put, he's the kind of talent that puts the rest of the field on notice.

With range and boundless potential, he may not have yet approached the limit of his ability. Bad news for anyone else looking to be named The Voice.

What do you think? Is Schuler worthy of all the hype? Or overrated? Share your comments below on the current season and who you think will reign.

And vote: Whose version of "Wrecking Ball" do you like better?

 

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Jacquie Lee, the youngest performer on The Voice this season, may also be the best. She wowed viewers and coaches alike with her live debut last night.

The 16-year-old New Jersey high school student delivered an electrifying version of Nina Simone's "I Put a Spell on You," leaving her mentor near tears.

Christina Aguilera, who is not easily impressed, stood on chair at the end of Lee's amazing performance to applaud her young protege. Here's Jacquie:

The jaw-dropping performance also stunned Xtina's rival coach Cee Lo Green.

"Oh my God, Jacquie. Damn," he said once the roaring crowd quieted. "That was the absolute best. [It's] like the past and the present and you are most certainly the future."

Adam Levine agreed, quipping to the teenager, "You've done the unthinkable: You made Cee Lo a vicious competitor," he said. "You pissed him off, which is shocking."

What do you think? Does she have what it takes to win The Voice?

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It's all on the line for the top 20 singers of The Voice Season 5, as the live shows are underway and the NBC viewers get their say in who stays and who goes.

Adam Levine and Blake Shelton’s teams had their chance Monday. Tuesday, it was Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green's turn to watch their proteges shine.

If last night was any indication, both coaches have some real contenders to take The Voice throne. Let's take a look at the 10 performances Tuesday ...

In the surprise of the night, Team Christina's Matthew Schuler took on Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” and it was emotional and raw ... minus the naked licking.

“I just hate how much I love you dude,” Cee-Lo said, while Adam “shared Cee-Lo’s pain” and said “three hearts just broke,” a.k.a. all judges not named Christina.

Has he upped the ante for the entire season with this effort?

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Christina Aguilera and Flo Rida teamed up for a performance of their new song "How I Feel" to kick off the first live show of The Voice Season 5 Monday night.

Regardless of how she feels, she looks amazing. The star's weight loss and svelte body were on display in a sheer body suit, and wow, fans. Just wow.

Before watching Team Adam and Team Blake go for broke (see The Voice recap) Aguilera reigned in a low-cut black blazer, nude tights and black top hat.

Midway through the song, Xtina removed her blazer to reveal she was wearing an ultra-sexy, see-through suit that exposed a black bra and tiny shorts.

In a word, nice.

Looking better than ever, Aguilera strutted across the stage while belting out her hit. Tonight, her team takes the stage, as does Cee Lo's. No pressure, peeps.

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It's all on the line for the top 20 singers of The Voice Season 5, who take the stage for their first live show performances this week on the NBC stable.

Adam Levine and Blake Shelton’s teams were first on tap last night, as some crumbled under the pressure while others soared with some solid covers.

If last night was any indication, Blake Shelton's three-season reign at the top may be tenuous. Let's take a look at the singers' performances Monday ...

Team Adam Levine's Tessanne Chin, the show-stopping Jamaican singer, closed the episode with “Many Rivers to Cross” by Jimmy Cliff, and it was terrific.

James Wolpert channeled his experience with collegiate a cappella and his struggles for money for a heartfelt take on Joni Mitchell’s “A Case of You.”

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