AceShowbiz - The Tuesday, November 13 episode of "The Voice" season 15 saw Carson Daly announcing the results of Live Playoffs in Monday episode. The Monday featured 24 singers flaunting their amazing set of pipes in hopes of being one of the 12 advancing contestant.
Tonight, fans got to see Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson cutting their teams in half. Two singers from Kelsea Ballerini's The Comeback Stage digital series also performed for the Instant Save in which the winner would join the Top 13.
First to hear their results was Team Blake. Carson then announced that Kirk Jay and Chris Kroeze moved to the next round after receiving the most viewer votes. Later, Blake was asked to choose one of the remaining 4 singers to be saved, and he decided to pick Dave Fenley.
Following the performance of Kane Brown, who sang his new single "Lose It", it was Team Adam's turn to learn their fates. DeAndre Nico and Reagan Strange was announced to be two of the Top 13. As for one singer who would join them in the next round, Adam chose Tyke James.
Ayanna Joni and Lynnea Moorer then took the stage for Kelsea to decide the winner who would be the 13th contestant to advance. First up was Ayanna, performing Ariana Grande's "No Tears Left to Cry". Meanwhile, Lynnea opted to belt out "Boo'd Up" by Ella Mai for her performance.
After the commercial break, it was revealed that Lynnea led the results of live Twitter vote by gaining 87% of the votes to Ayanna's 13%. Carson then announced Lynnea as the winner and she joined Team Kelly without hesitation.
Next, Team Jennifer took the stage for their results. MaKenzie Thomas and Kennedy Holmes advanced to the next round. Meanwhile, J. Hud decided to save SandyRedd. With that, all three of J. Hud's male artists were eliminated.
Carson later announced the results for Team Kelly. It was revealed that America saved Chevel Shepherd and Sarah Grace. To round out the Top 13, Kelly chose Kymberli Joye.
Rounding out the night was Backstreet Boys. The group hit the stage to perform their new single "Chances".