The Voice Battles wrapped with four more artists advancing to the next round during Tuesday night's Season 13 broadcast on NBC starring coaches Adam Levine, Jennifer Hudson, Miley Cyrus, and Blake Shelton.

In "The Battle Round," a coach paired two of his or her team members up at a time and chose a song for them to sing as a duet. While the team members had to blend their different sounds, the goal was to out-perform each other for only one spot on the team moving forward.

The three artists who won their respective Battles last night were Adam Cunningham, a 38-year-old from Nashville, TN; Eric Lyn, a 26-year-old from Kansas City, KS who currently resides in Los Angeles, CA; and Ashland Craft, a 21-year-old from Piedmont, SC.

However, Adam, Miley, Jennifer, and Blake were each allowed two "Steals" during this round, which means he or she could have selected two losing artists from opposing coaches' Battles to join his or her own team for the upcoming "The Knockout Round" and potentially beyond.

The artist who was stolen on Tuesday night's show was Megan Rose, a 20-year-old from San Francisco, CA.

For "The Battle Round," Joe Jonas served as Adam's team adviser, Kelly Rowland stepped up as Jennifer's team adviser, Billy Ray Cyrus worked with his daughter Miley, and the Rascal Flatts helped out Blake's team.

The contestants who were sadly eliminated last night were Natalie Stovall, a 35-year-old from Columbia, TN who currently resides in Nashville, TN, and Ignatious Carmouche, a 28-year-old minister from Opelousas, LA.

"Team Blake" kicked off the last night of Battles by pairing Adam and Natalie since they're both experienced artists from Nashville and would complement each other well. The couple sang "Boondocks" by Little Big Town.

Blake said prior to their big performance that they blew him away in rehearsals, so he was definitely kicking himself for matching them to begin with. Blake decided to choose the person who was going to electrify the room the most.

After the Battle, Blake gushed about how Adam and Natalie are both professionals as well as great singers and great people. No one had a "Steal" left at this point, except for Blake, so he was really disappointed to watch one of them leave the competition.

Blake didn't know what to do since no one really won or lost the Battle, but he ultimately declared Adam the winner since they can do more together going forward and the artist is ready for live shows. Miley admitted that if she had a "Steal" left, she would've snagged Natalie for her team without a doubt.

Next up was Jennifer's artists Eric Lyn and Ignatious with a performance of "Unaware" by Allen Stone. She had them face off against each other since they have similar instruments but use them in two totally different ways.

Once the Battle concluded, Jennifer pointed out that they were both equal vocally and "owned their superpower." She didn't want to make a decision between the two, but she decided to send Eric through to the next round since he appeared to be the more confident artist.
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And for the last Battle of the season, on behalf of "Team Miley," Ashland and Megan performed "Good Hearted Woman" by Waylon Jennings. Miley matched the girls since they're both country singers because she wants one of everything on her team.

Adam confessed it was probably the best Battle they've ever had on The Voice. Miley acknowledged she had a "really intense decision" to make because the girls made her fall in love with country music all over again. Ashland and Megan gave Miley a sense of home, and the coach was very proud of both of them.

Miley opted to keep Ashland on her team because she could see the artist being at the top during live shows. However, Blake chose to steal Megan for his own team since he had been waiting for someone like her -- someone who stepped up to a challenge and is moving up.

The Voice's "The Knockout Round" will commence next week and feature first-season American Idol winner and upcoming Season 14 The Voice coach, Kelly Clarkson, as the artists' key adviser.

About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.