AceShowbiz - Two artists would be sent home in Tuesday, December 5 episode of "The Voice" season 13. Meanwhile, the remaining 8 singers, who managed to avoid the double elimination, would be hurtling toward the next round.
Before viewers got to know the results, Portugal. The Man took the stage to perform their hit "Feel It Still". The song succeeded to get things off to a rocking start, though it didn't last long as host Carson Daly started to read the intense results.
Brooke Simpson from Team Miley Cyrus and Addison Agen from Team Adam Levine were the first two singers who made it into the Top 8. Later, Blake Shelton's country singer Keisha Renee was announced safe. Team Jennifer Hudson's Noah Mac was the next contestant joining Addison and Brooke in the Top 8.
Last season's winner Chris Blue returned to the stage, before more results were announced. The next artists called safe were Blake's singer Chloe Kohanski and Adam Cunningham from Team Adam Levine.
Prior to the final results, season 4 champion Danielle Bradbery treated us to a stunning performance of her new song "Worth It". There were four singers left, but only one would manage to avoid singing for the Instant Save. And it was Team Blake's Red Marlow. With Red being announced safe, it meant that Ashland Craft (Team Miley), Davon Fleming (Team Jennifer) and Shi'Ann Jones (Team Jennifer) had to compete once again for Americans' last live votes.
Last to perform was Davon, who blew everyone's mind with his epic performance of Aretha Franklin's "Ain't No Way". Only one of them could move on, while the other two had to be eliminated. Carson announced that America saved Davon. Unfortunately, Shi'Ann and Ashland had to pack their belongings and go home.