On behalf of Blake's team, Keisha Renee, a 30-year-old backup singer for Nicki Minaj from Las Vegas, NV, performed "All by Myself" by Celine Dion, and all four coaches gave her a standing ovation.
"There isn't much to be said other than congratulations... You've earned every bit of that," Jennifer said, before Adam pointed out that Keisha was singing proudly in response to recent haters and critics in order to show she's unaffected by their mean words.
For "Team Miley," Brooke Simpson, a 26-year-old singer from the Haliwa-Saponi tribe in Hollister, NC who currently resides in Fort Lauderdale, FL, performed the tradition hymn "Amazing Grace" with a modern spin, and once again, all four coaches got up on their feet.
Jennifer told the artist she has a beautiful gift and touched everyone's heart in the room.
"This night has been stacking up to a point where... it can't get much better. As an opposing coach, you just took it to the next level," Blake said, as Brooke's performance came in the second half of last night's two-hour episode.
Miley admitted that Brooke had placed a bandage over her broken heart following Janice Freeman's unexpected ouster last week. Miley said that since Brooke isn't going anywhere this week, she shouldn't have to feel that type of pain and disappointment again.
Adam's team member Addison Agen, a 16-year-old from Fort Wayne, IN, took the stage with a creative stripped-down rendition of "Lucky" by Britney Spears.
Miley said Addison made the song her own in a really good way and she's so creative.
Adam then gushed about his artist, saying that while there are many fantastic singers in the competition, he truly believes she is the best artist in the Season 13 competition.
"And I say that because it's really, really hard to kind of really show who you are because you're kind of singing karaoke," Adam explained.
"But Addison, you are the real deal. You've arrived. You're inspirational to so many people out there... I love who you are; I love how you carry yourself... You're a class act, and one of the best singers I know."
On behalf of Jennifer's team, Shi'Ann Jones, a 15-year-old from Paducah, KY, belted out "Diamonds" by Rihanna.
Adam called Shi'Ann "the most improved player" on The Voice this season, and Blake complimented the singer on the character in her voice. Blake believes Shi'Ann's voice is so distinct that she will jump out of the radio once she's on it. And Jennifer heard Beyonce and Mariah in Shi'Ann's voice.
Blake's artist Chloe Kohanski, a 23-year-old singer from Mt. Juliet, TN, performed the edgy song "Call Me" by Blondie. Both Jennifer And Blake stood up for her after the performance, and Blake just kept yelling, "Yes!"
"I don't have to sell to people what just happened," Blake noted. "Sis, you are a star, period."
Team Miley's Ashland Craft may not have blown anybody away with her performance of "I Hate Myself For Loving You" by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, but she had fun onstage and really entertained the audience.
Jennifer called Ashland "a star," saying she has found her stride on the show and now nothing can get in her way. Miley loved watching her artist sing with an all-female band, and the coach said Ashland combines rock and roll music with country in a perfect way.
While the women definitely shined last night, Jennifer's team member Davon Fleming -- who has the vocal range of famous female artists, such as Whitney Houston -- absolutely wowed the coaches, who all gave him a standing ovation for his rendition of "Hurt" by Christina Aguilera.
"What you do is nothing short of miraculous... a female vocalist is going to have a hard time with that, and it blows my mind how effortlessly you do things. It's remarkable and stunning," Adam told the 25-year-old worship leader from Baltimore, MD.
"If you're not in next week's episode, if you're not in the finals, that's ridiculous," Blake admitted, calling Davon an incredible vocalist.
And Jennifer added that Davon represents everything The Voice is about, and if he doesn't stick around in the weeks to come, she doesn't know why they are there in the first place.
Rounding out the night of performances were Team Adam's Adam Cunningham, Team Jennifer's Noah Mac, and Team Blake's Red Marlow.
Cunningham, a 38-year-old from Nashville, TN, performed a song of his own choosing, "Maybe It Was Memphis" by Pam Tillis. Since Cunningham has saved himself from the bottom-two multiple times thanks to his own song choices, Adam admitted his own picks for the contestant haven't been the best.
After Cunningham sang "Maybe It Was Memphis," the Maroon 5 frontman said he "couldn't imagine a world" in which the artist falls into the bottom of the pack again based on home viewer votes.
Noah, a 17-year-old from Dublin, CA, sang Duran Duran's "Ordinary World."
Miley loved the performance and called it "magical," as well as "beautiful yet simple." Jennifer acknowledged that she didn't know what to expect from Noah because she allows him to navigate his own direction on the show, but with that being said, she found the performance "captivating and mesmerizing."
And Red Marlow, a 40-year-old construction company owner from Rogersville, AL who currently resides in Dickson, TN, sang "That's What I Love About Sunday" by Craig Morgan. Blake insisted Red is going to be on the show for a long time and has the gift of being able to tell a story.
During Tuesday night's live results show of The Voice, two artists will be going home. The "Instant Save" format will once again be utilized to determine who stays and who goes.