'The Voice' season 14, episode 24 recap and performances
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"The Voice" season 14 finalists have been revealed! Tuesday's results show announced which four artists from the NBC singing competition are moving on to next week's finale, including the winner of the last Twitter Instant Save. While four singers got bad news, the show also filled the rest of its hour with some guest appearances to keep music fans entertained. Here are the highlights music fans need to know from Tuesday's episode:

1) The final three

Only three of the eight remaining singers earned enough votes from America to move on uncontested. It probably won't surprise most music fans that two of those three were from Blake Shelton's team. Team Blake's Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker, along with Brynn Cartelli from Kelly Clarkson's team, were the three finalists voted through by America. That guaranteed Team Blake at least half of the finalists, while also ensuring that first-year coach Clarkson would have a finalist as well. But the last finalist would be dictated, once again, by social media voting among the show's East Coast viewing audience.

2) The Twitter Instant Save

Team Blake's Pryor Baird, Team Kelly's Kaleb Lee, and Team Alicia's Britton Buchanan were the trio eligible for the Instant Save (as they had not gotten enough votes to move on, but had more votes than the bottom two). After a round of new performances campaigning for Twitter votes, it was Britton Buchanan who won the Instant Save, eliminating Baird and Lee. That meant Alicia Keys will also be represented in the finals. As for Adam Levine? He'll just be watching, as his last artist Rayshun LaMarr was in that bottom two and therefore instantly sent home during Tuesday's episode.

3) Guest performers

NBC occupied the rest of Tuesday's episode with guest performances. Kane Brown showed up to perform his single "Heaven" which you can watch by playing the video at the top of this article. That's because he's headed out on tour later this month; you can get tickets to see him as one of the opening acts on Chris Young's Losing Sleep World Tour through AXS by clicking here. Blake Shelton also returned to the "Voice" stage with his single "I Lived It," which was fitting on a night where he once again went home with more finalists than any other coach.

"The Voice" airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC. "Voice" fans can get tickets to see Adam Levine and Maroon 5 live through AXS by using the links below:

Sept. 9 - Denver, CO - Pepsi Center (Click here for tickets)
Sept. 11 - Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center (Click here for tickets)