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'The Voice' Results Show: Four Contestants Eliminated After First Week of Live Shows

SPOILER ALERT: After the first night of live shows on Monday, two members from Team Blake and Team Christina were sent home Tuesday.

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On Tuesday, the first week of live shows for The Voice concluded, sending four performers home for good.

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The 12 contestants who took the stage on Monday from Team Blake Shelton and Team Christina Aguilera returned to the show Tuesday in hopes of being saved from elimination by America.

Note: Spoilers ahead if you haven't watched Tuesday's results show.

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On Tuesday, three members from each team were saved by America's votes. In a new twist, the three contestants up for elimination on each team had the opportunity to sing once more before the coaches decided which two from Team Blake and Team Christina would be leaving for good.

The show opened with a performance by Gym Class Heroes with Team Adam Levine.

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We then found out who was saved from elimination from Team Blake: Erin Willett, Jermaine Paul and RaeLynn.

Up for elimination from Team Blake: Naia Kete, Charlotte Sometimes and Jordis Unga.

Saved from elimination from Team Christina: Jesse Campbell, Lindsey Pavao and Chris Mann.

Up for elimination from Team Christina: Moses Stone, Sera Hill and Ashley De La Rosa.

For their last chance performances, Team Blake performed:

Naia: "If I Were A Boy"

Charlotte: "Iris"

Jordis: "Wild Horses"

Blake decides to save Jordis, sending Charlotte and Naia home.

For their last chance performances, Team Christina performed:

Ashley: "Paris (Ooh La La)"

Sera: "Vision Of Love"

Moses: "Breakeven"

Christina decides to save Ashley, sending Moses and Sera home.

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