'The Voice' Recap: Top 10 Revealed After 1 More Artist Is Eliminated

Carla Harmon
May 3, 2017

America voted through Team Blake's Lauren Duski and Team Adam's Jesse Larson, who surprised with his personal best performance of the season last night.

As the "Blended Family" singer continues to coach Stephanie Rice, Vanessa Ferguson and Chris Blue towards The Voice Top 10, she's also announced that she won't be returning alongside Miley Cyrus for the show's next season.

The remaining nine artists returned to the stage for more results. The next singer moving on to the Top 10 is from Team Alicia and it is Chris Blue. He was joined in the Top 10 by 15-year-old country cutie Brennley Brown from Team Gwen Stefani.


After a quick look at some behind-the-scene moments, the remaining seven artists returned to the stage.

Next to make it through from Team Blake was Alyiah Moulden. Plus, season 10 victor Alisan Porter is set to perform her new single "Deep Water" on tonight's live telecast. Going through the process that many times, you'd think he might try to approach each new season a little differently, just to keep things interesting for him. America saved Team Alicia's Vanessa Ferguson, Team Gwen's Hunter Plake, and Team Blake's TSoul.

Mark Isaiah is a contestant on The Voice 2017 and is a part of Adam Levine's team.


Rice went first, singing "Issues" by Julia Michaels. After pointing out how talented Stephanie is, Alicia said, "You are exactly what an artist is supposed to be. I implore America to save Stephanie".

Isaiah, who was in the bottom two last week as well, did himself proud with his rendition of "7 Years", the 2016 Grammy-nominated track by Danish band Lukas Graham. But he told us he tries to stay consistent and make sure his focus is on what really matters for him, the show and the aspiring artists who are relying on him to help fulfill their dreams. "When he's singing that song, I'm thinking, 'This dude is telling a story the whole way without getting rattled".


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