“The Voice” Results: Top 8 Revealed After Instant Save And Double Elimination

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The Voice Results November 29 2016

By Shari Weiss

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The Voice Results November 29 2016

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“The Voice” had a double elimination on Tuesday, with three artists competing for the Instant Save to make the Top 8. Get all the results below!

As Gossip Cop reported, the Top 10 all performed on Monday’s two-hour broadcast. Once again, Team Blake’s Sundance Head seemed to be the standout of the night, this time with a bluegrass performance of “Me And Jesus.” The rendition amazingly propelled him to number one on the iTunes singles chart, while Team Adam’s Brendan Fletcher ended up at number two for his unique cover of “True Colors.”

Both were safe from elimination and went through to the Top 8, as did a few other artists. Then came the dreaded news: Courtney Harrell (Team Blake), Austin Allsup (Team Blake), and, for the third time in a row, Aaron Gibson (Team Miley) were all in jeopardy after receiving the lowest amount of votes. All three had the chance to sing for redemption, but only one would win the save, with the other two getting the boot.

Allsup sang “Tennessee Whiskey,” Harrell followed with “Bless The Broken Road,” and Gibson performed “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” last. After the Twitter voting window opened up, host Carson Daly announced that Gibson was, once again, the winner. Allsup and Harrell, sadly, were eliminated just before next week’s semifinals.

The new team standings for the Top 8 are as follows: Adam Levine is the only coach still with three artists, as he has Fletcher, Billy Gilman, and Josh Gallagher. Alicia Keys is moving on again with Christian Cuevas and We McDonald. Thanks to the Instant Save, Cyrus keeps Gibson and Caldwell for another round. And now Shelton, due to that double loss, is down to only Head. Check out video of the results announcement below.

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