'The Voice' Recap: Usher and Shakira Lose Another Artist

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For the second week in a row, Usher and Shakira have lost one artist each on a live "Voice" results show.

Team Usher's Bria Kelly and Team Shakira's Tess Boyer were eliminated Tuesday night. They had received the fewest number of votes this week, along with Team Adam's Kat Perkins, who advanced thanks to the instant save. Eight artists remain in the competition, including one each on Team Usher and Team Shakira.

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The bottom three were given the opportunity to perform before viewers were asked to vote for their favorite on Twitter by using the hashtag #VoiceSave and including the name of the artist. Bria sang Heart's "Crazy on You"; Tess took on Pink's "Who Knew"; and Kat belted out "Paris (Ooh La La)," by Grace Potter & The Nocturnals.

Also on the one-hour results show, Usher and Shakira both performed with their respective teams. Usher and his artists covered the Lenny Kravitz song "Always on the Run," while Shakira and her crew delivered a live rendition of "The One Thing," off her new, self-titled album.

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Host Carson Daly opened the broadcast by confirming that Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams will serve as coaches next season. They'll be filling in for the pregnant Christina Aguilera as well as Cee Lo Green, who announced his departure from the show earlier this year.

Gwen and Pharrell are both scheduled to perform on "The Voice" next Monday night. The No Doubt frontwoman will sing her solo hit “Hollaback Girl,” and Pharrell will perform his new single, “Come Get It Bae.”

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