Two artists were eliminated from "The Voice" on Tuesday night: Austin Jenckes, a member of Blake Shelton's team, and Kat Robichaud, who had been coached by Cee Lo Green.
They were joined in the bottom three by Kat's teammate, Caroline Pennell, who advanced thanks to the "Instant Save." Caroline received more mentions from fans who used the hashtag #VoiceSave on Twitter than the other two contestants.
Caroline is the only artist remaining on Cee Lo's team. Blake and Christina Aguilera still have two contestants in the competition, while Adam Levine has three.
Speaking of Adam, the worst-kept secret of the past week was confirmed on the results show: the Maroon 5 frontman is People magazine's Sexist Man Alive for 2013. Host Carson Daly made the announcement, then asked Adam for his thoughts on the honor. Adam quipped that he feels "fantastic" and "sexy." His buddy Blake chimed in that he believes Adam is sexy because of "what's on the inside."
People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive issue hits newsstands in New York and Los Angeles Wednesday, and nationwide on Friday.
Tuesday's one-hour live show was littered with performances. Christina joined her team for a Michael Jackson tribute that included renditions of "Bad" and "Scream," and Blake collaborated with his artists on ZZ Top's "Sharp Dressed Man."
In addition, Kat teamed up with Team Adam's James Wolpert and Will Champlin on Fall Out Boy's "Sugar, We're Goin Down," and Caroline and Team Adam's Tessanne Chin covered "Royals" by Lorde.
The top eight will hit the stage next Monday night on NBC.