The Voice eliminated two artists and determined the competition's Top 3 contestants who will compete in the finale during Tuesday night's live seventh-season results show on NBC. 

The Voice's three finalists are Adam Levine's team members Chris Jamison and Matt McAndrew as well as Blake Shelton's team member Craig Wayne Boyd.

Show host Carson Daly revealed the results of the home viewer votes cast following Monday night's live performance show, which had featured the season's Top 5 artists each taking the stage twice -- first singing a song their coaches had selected for them and then performing a tune of their own choosing to serve as a hometown dedication.

The votes left Damien and Taylor John Williams ousted from the competition. Damien represented "Team Adam," while Taylor John was on coach Gwen Stefani's team.

However, the nine eliminated Top 12 artists all returned to The Voice stage to perform one last time in the hope of receiving the majority of home viewer votes to secure the only "Wild Card" spot available in the finals.

Damien and Taylor John therefore joined the seven previously-eliminated contestants for another round of performances.

For "Team Blake," Reagan James sang "Put Your Records On" and Jessie Pitts performed "Zombie."

On behalf of Gwen's team, Ryan Sill sang "Marry Me," Anita Antoinette took the stage with "Waiting On the World to Change," and Taylor John performed "Wicked Game."

Damien sang "Grenade."

Pharrell Williams' team then took the stage one by one. Sugar Joans sang "Back to Black" and all the coaches gave her a standing ovation. Luke Wade performed "Have a Little Faith in Me," and DaNica Shirey belted out "Without You."

The winning "Wild Card" finalist will join Chris, Craig and Matt in next week's final performance show during which each contestant will sing an original song created by music industry heavyweights and then a special duet with his coach. One of the four artists will then be crowned the seventh-season champion next Tuesday night.