First Live Results and Elimination on ‘The Voice’

It’s the first live results show on “The Voice” season 13. By the end of the show one artist will be eliminated not matter what team. And the instant save returns. Once the bottom two are revealed, they will perform for fan votes one more time and the fans will have five minutes to vote via twitter to save one of them.

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In a performance packed show, the night begins with the first results.

Host Carson Daly revealed the first three singers who are safe and moving on to next week…
Team Adam’s Addison Agen
Team Jennifer’s Noah Mac
and Team Blake’s Chloe Kohanski

The first performance of the night was from Team Jennifer – Davon, Noah, Shi’Ann and Jennifer – performs “Let it Be”.

In the next results…
Team Miley’s Brooke Simpson
and Team Blake’s Kiesha Renee are safe for another week.

Coach Adam Levine’s band Maoron 5 perform their new single “What Lovers Do”.

Cast members from “Pitch 3” joined forces with the top 12 from “The Voice” to make a video.

In the next results…
Team Jennifer’s Shi’Ann Jones
and Team Miley’s Janice Freeman

Team Blake – Chloe, Kiesha, Red, and Blake – perform “If You Will, It Will”.

In the next results, the final three safe artists before the instant save…
Team Jennifer’s Davon Flemming
Team Miley’s Ashland Craft
and Team Blake’s Red Marlow

Team Adam’s John Mero and Adam Cunningham are in the bottom and face elimination.

Adam Cunningham chose “Fortunate Son” for his last chance song and John Mero chose “I Want You Back” for his last chance performance.

Adam sand that both of his artists in the bottom two are extremely talented and deserve to be there. He admitted that for him it’s about the music not the competition.

The final artist moving on to he top eleven is…
Adam Cunningham!

John Mero has been eliminated from the competition.


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