"The Voice" reduced its roster of finalists down to eight Tuesday night as it bid goodbye to Josiah Hawley of Team Usher and Kris Thomas of Team Shkira.
That leaves our rookie judges with just one contestant apiece in the competition. Meanwhile, veterans Blake Shelton and Adam Levine each continue on with three-person teams.
Sent to safety earlier in the results show were Danielle Bradbery, Judith Hill, Michelle Chamuel, Sasha Allen, Sarah Simmons, Holly Tucker, Amber Carrington and The Swon Brothers. Like "American Idol," this season of "The Voice" is being dominated by women.
Hawley, a 28-year-old raspy-voiced vocalist, performed a cover of Coldplay's "Clocks" on Monday that Adam called "a little inconsistent." Thomas, 28, lent his falsetto to Miguel's "Adorn" that had the judges wondering if he was overthinking things.
"The Voice" results show kicked off with Blake and his wife, Miranda Lambert, delivering a stripped-down rendition of "Over You" that paid homage to the victims of Monday's deadly tornadoes in his home state of Oklahoma.
Shakira also took the stage with her team to sing "I'll Stand By You," and Usher performed "The Look of Love" with his team.