Tuesday was double elimination night on "The Voice" as the NBC singing competition sent two "The Voice" season 13 artists home. The hectic "Live Top 10 Eliminations" show also welcomed back a former winner, and put one coach on the verge of being eliminated themselves. With so much going on, here's what music fans need to know from Tuesday's episode:
1) Danielle Bradbery's surprising performance
"The Voice" hasn't been as great with bringing back artists as it once was, but it welcomed back a big name on Tuesday when "The Voice" season 4 winner Danielle Bradbery performed her current single "Worth It." Bradbery just released her new album I Don't Believe We've Met this past week, so it was a nice bit of cross-promotion as well as a chance to revisit one of the many remarkable artists that "The Voice" turned out in its early years. You can watch Bradbery's performance by playing the video above.
2) The eliminations
The three artists up for elimination this week were Team Miley's Ashland Craft, Team Jennifer's Shi'ann Jones, and Team Jennifer's Davon Fleming. The latter won the Twitter Instant Save and a second chance in the competition with his performance of "Ain't No Way." For those fans keeping score, that means this is the first week that Team Adam's Adam Cunningham wasn't at risk of being sent home, so that's a marked improvement for him. Tuesday's results also meant that no member of Team Blake has been up for elimination three weeks straight. Blake Shelton is once again getting plenty of votes from "Voice" viewers.
3) The coach on the brink
With the elimination of Ashland Craft and last week's surprising elimination, things are not looking good for Miley Cyrus. The bad news is that she only has one artist left in "The Voice" season 13. The good news is that it's Brooke Simpson, who was one of the four singers whose performances reached the Top 10 on the iTunes Singles Chart after Monday's episode. Brooke obviously has some popularity amongst the fans, but Team Miley will have to hope she can knock out a few more charting performances if Cyrus wants to win "The Voice" before her seat is taken by Kelly Clarkson next season.
"The Voice" airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC.