The Voice 2013 Recap: Season 4 Final Three Set, Blake Shelton Continues Domination With Two Top Three Acts

By Andrew Meola | Jun 12, 2013 11:01 AM EDT
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The Top 5 contestants on Season 4 of NBC's "The Voice" found out who advanced to next week's finals during Tuesday night's results broadcast. And as he has done since the live playoffs began, Blake Shelton continued to dominate.

But before the results were announced at the end of the show, several "Voice" alumni and the current Top 5 performed for the audience.

Fall Out Boy performed their latest hit, "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark" with Season 4 star Michelle Chamuel. She added another layer to the rock band's aggressive track.

Season 3's Nicholas David performed "Say Goodbye," a mellow folk track, while Season 2 finalist Tony Lucca belted out his new track, "Never Gonna Let You Go."

Terry McDermott, the Scottish rock singer from Season 3, delivered his song, "Pictures."

The Top 5 finalists got together to sing Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn." The structure of the song was somewhat odd as each contestant sang part of each verse, but the acts did a solid job with the ballad.

After all the songs were sung, the Top 5 learned their fates. Host Carson Daly first revealed that Michelle Chamuel (Team Usher) had advanced to next week's finals, followed by both of Blake Shelton's acts: Danielle Bradbery and The Swon Brothers.

That left Sasha Allen (Team Shakira) and Amber Carrington (Team Adam) on the wrong end of the voting and the two ladies were eliminated from Season 4.

Interestingly, Michelle and Sasha were the only acts in the Top 5 to not receive the iTunes 10x multiplier bonus this week because their Monday night performances did not crack the Top 10 on iTunes. But apparently Michelle did not need those votes as she advanced to the finals anyway.

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