“The Voice” continues to keep its singers -- and its at-home audience -- on their toes, as Tuesday night's episode sent home not one, not two, but three contestants. This week, remaining players were either in the top four and therefore safe, or in the bottom four and on the Twitter-dependent chopping block.
Taking the Instant Save to another level, the episode revealed which four singers received the lowest votes after Monday night's episode (which featured introductory performances by upcoming season 7 coaches Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani).
The endangered hopefuls were then asked to sing for a second chance, and "Voice" fans everywhere were able to collectively save one contestant by tweeting within a five-minute window.
First up were Audra McLaughlin, Jake Worthington, Kat Perkins and Kristen Merlin performing The Band Perry's "Chainsaw," followed by Christina Grimmie, Delvin Choice, Josh Kaufman and Sisaundra Lewis belting out Disclosure's "Latch." Then, the bottom four were revealed: Lewis, McLaughlin, Perkins and Choice. The final team members of Team Usher and Team Shakira were safe.
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