Jason Derulo headed up three guest artists on Tuesday night's episode of "The Voice," as the top eight contestants were whittled into the top six.
Derulo joined forces with India Carney and Kimberly Nichole for the opening number, as the three performed Derulo's hit song “Want to Want Me” off his album “Everything is 4.”
Guest number two was San Francisco singer-songwriter Rozzi Crane, who performed “Psycho.”
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Lee Brice — who won the Academy of Country Music Single Record of the Year Award for his single “I Don’t Dance” — sang his song “Drinking Class” alongside the competition’s only country singer, Corey Kent White.
Each team placed a contestant in the top four: Nichole, Joshua Davis, Sawyer Fredericks and Meghan Linsey. Koryn Hawthorne, also of Team Pharrell, also earned a place among the elite.
That left three contestants to sing for a place in next week’s episode: Carney, of Team Xtina, and Hannah Kirby and White, both of Team Blake.
Kirby: “Radioactive” by Imagine Dragons
White: “Somebody Like You” by Keith Urban
Carney: “Human” by Christina Perri
The final #VoiceSave votes were tallied…
…and Carney earned the final place in the Top Six, meaning that Kirby and White were headed home.
The Voice returns Monday, May 4 at 8 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. CT.