Another two down, seven to go until "The Voice" crowns its third winner!
After last night's stellar performance show, all bets were off when it came to the NBC reality hit's elimination show on Tuesday, Nov. 20, in which two more contestants were sent home.
Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton were all super nervous at the beginning of tonight's show, but which two were forced to say goodbye to their contestants by night's end?
The two contestants eliminated from the competition were Sylvia Yacoub and Bryan Keith.
From Team Christina, Sylvia earned praise from all of the coaches last night with her rendition of "Girl on Fire," with Adam calling it her best performance on the show yet. New Yorker Bryan performed Billy Joel's "New York State of Mind" and coach Adam told him he "did the song justice." Christina now only has one contestant remaining in the competition, Dez Duron, while Blake and Adam all have two singers left. Cee Lo is the only coach with three performers still in it to win it.
As for the night's performances, Cee Lo's contestant Cody Belew and Team Blake standout Cassadee Pope got to share the stage with Rascal Flatts, while Adam performed "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" with his team.
Were you sad to see these two go? Sound off in the comments!
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