AceShowbiz - Tuesday, December 12 episode of "The Voice" revealed the four finalists for the NBC show's season 13. The remaining eight contestants would learn the results of America's vote which would be announced by host Carson Daly.
With no further ado, the host revealed the first singer who made it to the finals. Team Blake Shelton's Chloe Kohanski, who's dubbed a fan-favorite for weeks, was announced as the first season 13 finalist. With her song landing atop the iTunes chart after the previous episode, the result didn't come as a surprise.
Before viewers got to learn more about the result, XAmbassadors, Machine Gun Kelly and Bebe Rexha took the stage to deliver an electrifying performance of their new song "Home". Viewers were also offered with a peek at season 12 winner Chris Blue's new project. Chris is working on a new single for the last few months, and lucky for us, we will get to hear the song in next week's finale!
After the fun, Carson returned to reveal which singer would join Chloe in the Top 4. It was announced that the next finalist was Team Adam Levine's Addison Agen.
Coach Jennifer Hudson later performed a gorgeous rendition of her new song titled "Burned Down". After the epic performance, Carson named Brooke Simpson as the next finalist. Brooke marked the first singer from Miley Cyrus' team to ever compete in "The Voice" finale.
There was only one spot left in the finals. However, before finding out which singer that was, "The Voice: Neon Dreams" cast offered a stunning performance. Singing "It's Time" by Imagine Dragons were "The Voice" alums Mary Sarah, Alisan Porter, Matt Mann, Matt McAndrew and Matthew Schuyler.
Adam Cunningham (Team Adam Levine), Noah Mac (Team Jennifer) and Red Marlow (Team Blake) were announced as the three singers to compete for the Instant Save for the final spot in the Top 4. With that, it meant Team Jennifer's Davon and Team Blake's Keisha Renee were eliminated.
Red was up first, singing "Dixieland Delight". He showed off his country vibe perfectly with the song. Adam performed next. He opted to sing Travis Tritt's "Here's a Quarter" for his performance. Noah, meanwhile, sang Harry Styles' "Sign of the Times", successfully driving the crowd crazy.
After the five-minute window, Carson announced that Red made the cut to the finals. With Red joining Brooke, Chloe and Addison, it meant that none of Jennifer's artist made it to the finals.