After voting closed at noon, five of the remaining eight artists in “The Voice” had a number one song on one of the iTunes genre charts and six of the eight had a song in the overall top 10 iTunes chart.

Tonight half of the remaining artists will be eliminated when the top four finalists are revealed.

Blake is the winningest coach on “The Voice” and he has sent at least one of his artists to the finals in 12 of the 13 past seasons. Going into the finals, Blake is the only coach who has all three of his artists still in the competition.

In the first results of the night, the first person moving on to the finals is…

…a very shocked Spensha Baker!

Country music artist Kane Brown comes to “The Voice” stage to perform his hit song “Heaven” in his first prime time performance.

In the next results…

…Brynn Cartelli is moving on to the finals.

Panic! At the Disco takes the stage for a performance of their hit “Say Amen (Saturday Night)”.

In the next results…

the third person saved by America and moving on to the finals is Kyle Jade.

Rayshun, Jackie, Pryor, Kaleb, and Britton are all hoping that they will be one of the three final singers to battle it out for the instant save.

Six time winning coach Blake Shelton takes the stage for a performance of “I Lived It”.

In the next results, host Carson Daly announces the three artists who will be competing for the instant save…and the final spot in the finals…

Britton Buchanan
Kaleb Lee
Pryor Baird

Rayshun LaMarr and Jackie Foster have been eliminated from the competition. Adam will not have a singer in the finals.

Up first is Pryor Baird with “Soulshine”.

Kaleb Lee chose “Simple Man” for his last chance performance.

Britton Buchanan chose “Dancing on My Own”.

The final person moving on to the finals via the instant save is…




…Britton Buchanan!