'The Voice' season 14, episode 8 recap and performances

More "The Voice" battles happened on Tuesday night, with music fans getting to see most of (but not all) the latest performances from the NBC singing competition. Meanwhile, coaches Adam Levine, Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson were much more cautious in their gameplay, only handing out one of the four remaining second chances at their disposal. Here are the highlights from Tuesday's episode:

1) The sole Steal

Like the previous night's episode, Tuesday's installment ended with a Steal. This time, it went to a member of Team Alicia, as Jordyn Simone transferred to Team Adam after losing her battle round to Kelsea Johnson. You can watch her Steal-worthy performance by playing the video above. The most important thing to know is that she received Adam's last Steal, so Levine cannot save any other artist in the two remaining battles episodes that air next week. Will he regret using both of his options this early in the round?

2) Another battle montage

An unfortunate staple of "The Voice" has become its montages, where music fans don't get to see more than a few seconds of select performances. The montage was back on Tuesday, condensing three of the evening's six battles (that's half the schedule!) into just over a minute of material. For those who did not catch it, here are the results in the montage: Team Blake's Jaron Strom beat Branson Ireland, Team Alicia's Johnny Bliss defeated Megan Lee, and Team Kelly's Jamella beat Teana Boston. All three losing artists were eliminated.

3) Jorge moves on

Team Kelly's Jorge Eduardo got audiences' attention during the blind auditions by being the second Spanish-singing artist to earn a spot on "The Voice." (The first was Team Blake's Julio Cesar Castillo in "The Voice" season 3.) On Tuesday, Eduardo won his battle round and moved into the knockouts. Castillo was able to make it all the way to the first round of live shows, so will Eduardo be able to do the same or perhaps better? It's too early to call, but his performance against Amber Sauer was a strong start and you can watch it by clicking the link above.

"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 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO now through AXS. Tickets start at just $46.50, and don't forget to check out the AXS Premium ticket options for even better seats; get your tickets now here.