The Voice is well-known for bloodbath elimination episodes, and Tuesday night's big sing-off found four acts going home.
When the crazy episode got underway, Jennifer Hudson took to the stage to perform "Burden Down." It was a ballad only worthy of her tremendous voice, and it's clearly going to be a hit.
Machine Gun Kelly, X Ambassadors and Bebe Rexha performed “Home” right after and proved that you can mess with different sounds to try and create a hit.
When it came to the results...
Chloe Kohanski (Team Blake)
Addison Agen (Team Adam)
Brooke Simpson (Team Miley)
Davon Fleming (Team Jennifer)
Keisha Renee (Team Blake)
Those results meant that Red Marlowe, Adam Cunningham and Noah Mac had to duke it out for survival with one final performance each.
Red Marlow (Team Blake) - “Dixieland Delight”
Red has proven on multiple occasions that he has the voice that should be in the finale of the season. While his on-the-spot performance was not all that, it was still an okay performance that showed off his beautiful country voice.
Adam Cunningham (Team Adam), “Here’s a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)”
Adam has been circling the drain for weeks now, and after a sudden resurgence last week, his performance to save himself was somewhat lacklustre.
It was filled with issues, and that was likely down to Adam knowing he was very likely about to be clipped from the competition.
Noah Mac (Team Jennifer) - “Sign of the Times”
Noah could not have picked a worse song to save himself. It was all over the place and seemed like he was trying way too hard to win. The notes were flat, and the overall performance seemed like a misstep for him.
The final results were not shocking. Noah Mac and Adam Cunningham were sent packing, and Red Marlowe got to advance to the final stage of the competition.
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