The Voice: Top Eight Contestants Revealed
Two contestants were sent home on Tuesday's elimination night show
Following what Blake Shelton called the "best episode of The Voice we’ve ever had", spirited group performances on Tuesday night’s show kept the energy up and distracted viewers just long enough from the business at hand – impending eliminations.
Christina Aguilera brought the heat with her song “Let There Be Love.” Rascal Flatts shared their hit “Changed.” Later, Adam Levine performed a rendition of Queen’s “Crazy Little Thing Called Love,” followed by the contestants taking on Pat Benatar’s “Hit Me with Your Best Shot.”
But once again, the decisions about who would stay and who would go were completely up to the viewers. No input from the coaches could save contestants this time. Keep reading to find out which contestants will sing again next week …
The first round of results turned out to be good news for Nicholas David and Cassadee, later joined by Dez Duron and Cody Belew in the top eight.
America also gave Terry McDermott, Melanie Martinez, Trevin Hunte and Amanda Brown another shot at superstardom.
That means Bryan Keith and Sylvia Yacoub won’t be singing again on Monday night’s episode.