The second night of "The Voice" season 13 playoffs was Tuesday, and this time the spotlight was on Team Adam. Adam Levine revealed his comeback artist and then eliminated three artists from the NBC singing competition - so who was cut and who will music fans be able to vote for in next week's live shows? Here's everything that fans need to know from Tuesday's episode:
1) Team Adam's comeback artist
Adam Levine chose to bring back Whitney Fenimore, who got her third chance to win "The Voice" on Tuesday. She had originally been on Team Adam until she lost her battle round, and she was then stolen by Miley Cyrus, who eliminated her again in the knockout rounds. The third time was not the charm for Fenimore, who was eliminated for the third time at the end of the episode. Of the three comeback artists who have been returned to "The Voice" season 13 this week, all three have been cut from the competition immediately thereafter.
2) Who was eliminated
Joining Whitney Fenimore in elimination were Team Adam's Emily Luther and Anthony Alexander. Amusingly, both of them followed a similar path throughout their time on "The Voice." Not only were they both members of Levine's team, but they both had their blind auditions aired in the same episode on Oct. 2 (Alexander shown as the first artist to audition and Luther as the last), and they both turned three of four chairs during their auditions. Maybe they could team up and start a new duo? At least this show has somewhat kept them together.
3) Who advanced
These are the artists representing Adam Levine in next week's live playoffs and who will be eligible for America's votes starting Monday, Nov. 20: Adam Cunningham (whose stellar version of "Have A Little Faith In Me" you can watch by playing the video above), Addison Agen and Jon Mero. Only one of them is an original Team Adam member. Cunningham started "The Voice" season 13 as a member of Team Blake, while Agen was an original member of Team Miley. So if you're keeping score, Team Adam cut two of their original members and kept two of their stolen artists. Will those steals pay off in the live shows?
"The Voice" airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC, but will also air tomorrow at 9 p.m. in a special final playoff show. Fans of Team Adam will also want to get their tickets to see Adam Levine and Maroon 5 live at Las Vegas's Mandalay Bay Events Center this New Year's Eve; tickets are on sale now through AXS.