Winners of "The Knockout Round" advance to the show's "The Live Playoffs" in which the 20 remaining artists will perform live on TV for home viewer votes.
The winners in last night's The Voice broadcast were Team Gwen's Hunter Plake from Baton Rouge, LA; Team Adam's Hanna Eyre from Laguna Niguel, CA, and Josh West from Glendale, AZ; Team Blake's Casi Joy from Kansas City, MO; and Team Alicia's Ashley Levin from Miami, FL, and Chris Blue from Knoxville, TN.
Each coach is allowed to steal one artist from another team during this round. The following two artists were stolen Monday night: Quizz Swanigan from North Little Rock, AR, and Lilli Passero from Los Angeles, CA.
Monday night's broadcast began with Alicia pairing up Chris with a performance of "Superstition" by Stevie Wonder against Quizz, who sang "Chains" by Nick Jonas.
Gwen admitted she's the biggest fan of Chris and can't believe he's a real human being because he's so "magical." Adam, however, said he would've peed his pants as a 13-year-old boy having to follow Chris' amazing performance, giving props to Quizz for his confidence and stage presence.
Blake revealed that he previously guessed Chris will win The Voice.
Alicia told Quizz he's very special and terrified of what he can become in the music industry. She said none of the coaches would be able to do what Quizz did on that stage. As for Chris, the coach explained there's no one like him considering he's some type of "wild animal" unleashed when he performs.
Alicia named Chris the winner of the Knockout because he has "the growl of a rockstar" without boundaries.
However, Gwen decided to steal Quizz since he is "so gifted" and has so much potential.
Next up was Team Adam's Autumn Turner from Montclair, NJ, who performed "Respect" by Aretha Franklin, and Hanna, who sang "Bleeding Love" by Leona Lewis. Adam said it's "miraculous" for Hanna to perform as she did considering she's only 15-years-old.
Autumn, on the other hand, clearly has a great voice but chose a very ambitious song. In the end, Adam picked Hanna as the winner because he can't live without her on his team.
Gwen then paired Johnny Gates from Providence, RI, with Hunter. Johnny sang "Million Reasons" by Lady Gaga, while Hunter delivered an emotional performance of "I Want To Know What Love Is" by Foreigner.
Gwen said there's something positive about Johnny and he was handling the commercial aspect of The Voice wonderfully. Hunter, however, won the Knockout because he's undeniably engaging and Gwen couldn't let him go.
Another Knockout was between Casi's "My Church" by Maren Morris against Felicia Temple's "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion for Team Blake. Alicia wondered why in the world Blake paired these two artists together.
Gwen confessed she was shocked but scared for Felicia because of her song choice, but like Adam pointed out, she conquered Mount Everest. Despite the Teaneck, New Jersey native's vocals, Blake advanced quirky Casi to the next round.
Adam then paired Josh with Johnny Hayes from Mobile, AL. Josh took the stage with "Carry On Wayward Son" by Kansas, while Johnny H. performed "Statesboro Blues" by The Allman Brothers Band.
Adam said Johnny keeps getting better, but Josh was declared the winner since he conquered an extremely challenging songs and without any falsetto notes.
The last Knockout of the night belonged to Ashley with "Fancy" by Bobbie Gentry against Lilli with "Tears Dry On Their Own" by Amy Winehouse for Team Alicia. Gwen told Ashley that her voice is "familiar, strong and seasoned," while Lilli theatrically played the role.
Adam heard progression and growth from Ashley, but he loves the way Lilli carries herself. Blake called Ashley "a loose cannon" -- in a good way -- and Lilli calm and cool.
Upon having to make this tough decision, Alicia yelled out, "I quit!" She called Lilli a "snake charmer" and complimented Ashley on executing a very complex song beautifully. She ultimately chose Ashley as the winner because of her country-soul mixture Alicia relates to.
But this wasn't the end of the road for Lilli, as both Adam and Blake attempted to steal her. Adam kept repeating how Lilli can win The Voice because she has what it takes. Blake, on the other hand, reminded Lilli that Adam never turned his chair around for her in "The Blind Auditions."
Despite Blake's good point, Lilli joined Adam's team because he seemed desperate to work with the "charismatic" and "powerful" vocalist.