“The Voice” Results: Season 12 Top 12 Revealed On Live Playoffs Part One

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The Voice Results April 17 2017

By Shari Weiss |

The Voice Results April 17 2017


“The Voice” revealed half of the season 12 Top 12 during part one of the Live Playoffs on Monday. Check out the results below!

As Gossip Cop reported, the Knockouts ended last week with each coach narrowing his or her team down to five artists, including one stolen contestant. Now for the first live round of the NBC competition, the teams had to go from five to three. This year’s process would be broken up over two nights, with Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys’ artists getting the spotlight tonight and Gwen Stefani and Adam Levine’s artists getting their turn Tuesday.

The format is the same regardless: All five of a coach’s artists perform, in addition to one comeback artist per a team (so teams would really be going from six to three). Fans then vote immediately through “The Voice” app and Twitter for the artists they want to make the Top 12. The results are tallied in real-time, and the top two vote-getters for each team automatically move on to next week’s Top 12. It’s then up to the coach to fill the final slot on his or her team from the remaining contestants. Those who don’t qualify or aren’t saved are instantly eliminated.

So, how did it all shake out on night one? For Team Blake, Lauren Duski and Aliyah Moulden received the most votes. Shelton chose to keep TSoul as his third contestant. That meant Casi Joy, Aaliyah Rose, and comeback artist Felicia Temple were sent home. For Team Alicia, Chris Blue and Vanessa Ferguson made it through. Keys gave the last spot to Stephanie Rice. Consequently, Ashley Levin, Anatalia Villarana, and comeback artist Jack Cassidy were given the boot. Gossip Cop will have the second part of the results and the second half of the Top 12 with Team Gwen and Team Adam on Tuesday, so be sure to check back! UPDATE: Click to see “The Voice” Live Playoffs results for night two.

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