|Adam Levine on the set of The Voice in 2014.|
Tonight (Wednesday, Nov. 12) was the first live results show of the season for The Voice, and it is easy to say that it was jam-packed with many exciting and suspenseful moments.
The show kicked off with a live performance from Team Blake of The Dream Academy's hit single "Life In A Northern Town", sung by Craig Wayne Boyd, James David Carter, Jessie Pitts, Reagan James, and Taylor Brashears. The first 2 saves of the season were Team Blake contestants Reagan James and Craig Wayne Boyd, who were saved by America's votes and coach Blake Shelton used his save on Jessie Pitts, leaving James David Carter and Taylor Brashears eliminated from the show.
After Team Blake's eliminations, Team Pharrell's Sugar Jones, DaNica Shirey, Elijuh Rene, Jean Kelly, and Luke Wade took the stage to perform Sam Smith's hit single "Money On My Mind." Team Pharrell's contestants Luke Wade and DaNica Shirey were saved by America's votes and coach Pharrell Williams used his save on Sugar Jones, leaving Elijuh Rene and Jean Kelly eliminated from the show.
Team Gwen's contestants Anita Antoinette, Ricky Manning, Ryan Sill, Taylor John Williams, and Bryana Salaz performed Vance Joy's single "Rip Tide" live on stage prior to Gwen's team's eliminations. Team Gwen contestants Taylor John Williams and Anita Antoinette were saved by America's votes and coach Gwen Stefani used her save on Ryan Sill, leaving Ricky Manning and Bryana Salaz eliminated from the show.
Team Adam's contestants Chris Jamison, Damien, Matthew McAndrew, Mia Pfirrman, and Taylor Phelan took the Voice stage to perform "Am I Wrong?" by Nico and Vinz. Following their performance, Team Adam's contestants Damien and Matthew McAndrew were saved by America's votes and coach Adam Levine used his save on Chris Jamison, leaving Mia Pfirrman and Taylor Phelan eliminated from the show.
The Voice continues with more Live Playoffs next Monday, November 17 at 8/7c only on NBC!
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