Right at the beginning of tonight’s live results episode for the top 12 of The Voice season 13 started off by revealing several safe contestants moving on to the top 11. From Adam Levine’s team, Addison Agen was the first contestant to be announced as moving forward in the competition. America’s votes also saved Noah Mac from Jennifer Hudson’s team and from Team Blake, Chloe Kohanski. Then, to break up some of the results, Hudson took the stage with her three members for a performance of “Let It Be” by The Beatles. Tonight is the first night that viewers at home can participate in real-time voting results, using the Instant Save to keep one out of the two bottom contestants. As the show carries on tonight, tune in here as we reveal the results live.
After Hudson’s performance with her teammates, host Carson Daly revealed one of Miley Cyrus’ team members as moving on in the competition. Brooke Simpson was announced as continuing on. America also saved Keisha Renee from Blake Shelton’s team. Next up was a performance by Maroon 5, with lead singer Adam Levine (coach on The Voice), singing “Lovers Do.” Following the performance, actress Elizabeth Banks joined host Carson Daly on stage to talk about working with the top 12 contestants of The Voice for a Pitch Perfect music video.
The next two contestants who are safe from elimination were revealed, following the showing of the Pitch Perfect video. From Team J-Hud (Jennifer Hudson), Shi’Ann Jones was revealed as safe, followed by a member of Team Miley – Janice Freeman. Next up was Blake Shelton, performing with his team of contestants. Next, it was revealed that Davon Fleming from Team J-Hud was saved. Then, Ashland Craft from Miley Cyrus’ team was announced as safe. This left three contestants waiting to hear their fates. And, the final contestant announced as safe was … Blake Shelton’s Red Marlow. This meant that the bottom two were both from Adam Levine’s team. Singing for America’s Instant Save tonight are Jon Mero and Adam Cunningham. Cunningham’s song choice tonight was an oldie, “Fortunate Son.” Levine was clearly not happy about having two contestants in the bottom of the votes and he said that neither singer deserves to be in the bottom. Following Cunningham’s performance, Levine called him a “badass.” Next on the stage, Jon Mero performed the song “I Want You Back” by Jackson 5 … another oldie but goodie. Unfortunately, for his performance, Mero stumbled a bit with the words while working the crowd and singing for his spot in the competition. After his performance, Mero appeared a bit down, though he received words of encouragement from his coach, Levine. Levine said he won’t choose favorites because they are both amazing and that he has to protect both of his team members equally. #VoiceSaveAdam and #VoiceSaveJon were the hashtags used to cast votes for each of the two remaining artists. Cunningham took the lead in America’s votes as they showed across the bottom of the screen. With approximately 55% of the votes, it definitely looked like Cunningham would be staying in the competition. Prior to receiving the results, Cunningham told his coach, along with the other coaches, that he’s had such a great time with them and is very thankful. As for Mero, he thanked Levine for believing in him from the beginning of his journey on the show. In the end, Cunningham was saved, while Jon Mero was sent home.