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 Alicia's Anatalia Villaranda from Temecula, CA; Team Blake's Terry "TSoul" Pinkard from Richmond, VA; and Team Gwen's Brennley Brown from Apple Valley, CA.
Anatalia, TSoul and Brennley's victory ultimately sent the following artists home: Dawson Coyle from Williamstown, NJ, and Enid Ortiz from Tampa, FL.
Each coach is allowed to steal one artist from another team during this round. The artist who was stolen Tuesday night was Aaliyah Rose from Provo, UT, who went from Gwen's team to Blake's team.
Tuesday night's broadcast began with Alicia pairing up Anatalia, 17, with a performance of "Two Black Cadillacs" by Carrie Underwood against Dawson, 18, who sang "Demons" by Imagine Dragons.
Blake admitted that letting go of Dawson was one of his biggest regrets this season because there is something "magnetic" and "very special" about him.
Alicia noted that Anatalia surprised her and it's great how she has evolved on the show so far in that she's shown many different sides of herself. While Alicia loved hearing Dawson sing this song, she named Anatalia the winner of the Knockout since she's "so capable and so powerful."
Two of Blake's team members were up next -- Enid, who was a four-chair turnaround, against TSoul, who turned two chairs in "The Blind Auditions" round. Enid sang "When We Were Young" by Adele, while TSoul took the stage with "These Arms of Mine" by Otis Redding.
Blake was amazed more coaches didn't turn around for TSoul in the Blinds and said Enid really stepped up to the plate with this number. TSoul, however, has a cool vibrato and vintage sound.
In the end, TSoul was declared the winner because Blake said he's one of the more soulful artists in the Season 12 competition and definitely had the edge on Enid in "The Knockout Round."
And last but not least, for Gwen's team, Aaliyah, 14, performed "Like I'm Gonna Lose You" by Meghan Trainor featuring John Legend for her Knockout against Brennley, 15, who sang "Up To the Mountain" by Kelly Clarkson.
Adam insisted Brennley gave a Grammy performance and it was "freakish" because it was so good. Adam said Aaliyah is "almost there," making it known Brennley was the clear winner of the Knockout. Blake agreed that Brennley is doing what she was born to do.
Alicia loved hearing Aaliyah's range in the song and said Brennley has a way of "zooming into her space" and finding a way to tell her story so it comes across impactful. Gwen called Brennley "an unbelievable surprise" and named her the winner of the Knockout performance.
However, Blake opted to steal Brennley because she has an amazing presence onstage. Blake confessed he's "fascinated" by Aaliyah and her talent.