The Voice featured a jam-packed performance show with the entire Top 24 artists taking the stage for home viewer votes during Monday night's two-hour broadcast on NBC.

After two weeks of the brand new Cross Battles round, 24 singers entered the live show last night and sang for America as well as The Voice coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton -- but only 13 will make the cut by the end of Tuesday night's live results show.

The coaches' teams were uneven going into the Top 24 performance show.

Blake had a whopping eight team members left in the running: Oliv Blu, Kendra Checketts, Kim Cherry, Carter Lloyd Horne, Gyth Rigdon, Dexter Roberts, Selkii, and Andrew Sevener.

Team Legend brought six artists with him into the live show after the Cross Battles -- Celia Babini, Maelyn Jarmon, Jacob Maxwell, Jimmy Mowery, Lisa Ramey, and Shawn Sounds.

Kelly also had six artists remaining on her team, and they are Rebecca Howell, Matthew Johnson, Abby Kasch, Rod Stokes, Presley Tennant, Jej Vinson.

But Adam only had the following four artists representing him in the Top 24 performance show: Betsy Ade, Domenic Haynes, Kalvin Jarvis, and Mari.

Viewers were able to vote for their favorite artists on Monday night, but the judges didn't have time to offer up any commentary, critiques or guidance for people watching at home on whom to vote for.

On Tuesday, April 30, The Voice host Carson Daly will announce the eight artists who had received the most home viewer votes, regardless of team affiliation, to automatically advance into the Top 12.

Afterwards, each coach will be afforded the chance to save one artist on his or her own team, rounding out the Top 12 and ensuring that each coach will have at least one artist advancing heading into the next live show.

In addition, Tuesday night's results-show broadcast will also feature the winner of "The Comeback Stage" performing live and competing against one lucky artist who had been eliminated during the Cross Battles.

One of the two performers will earn the "Instant Save" via Twitter votes and join the group of advancing artists, making for a Top 13 this season.

With only four weeks left until the finale and home viewer votes more important than ever, according to Carson, the stakes were very high on Monday night.
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For Team Kelly, Rod Stokes sang "Midnight Rider," Matthew Johnson performed his former coach's song "Ordinary People," Rebecca Howell took the stage with "Wild One," Presley Tennant sang "Nothing Breaks Like the Heart," Abby Kasch belted out "I Got the Boy," and Jej Vinson impressed with "Love Lies."

On behalf of Team Legend, Lisa Ramey belted out "The Weight," Jacob Maxwell sang "Total Eclipse of the Heart," Jimmy Mowery performed "Young Blood," Celia Babini sang "The Chain," Maelyn Jarmon performed "Falling Water," and Shawn Sounds wowed with "Higher Ground."

Representing Team Adam, Kalvin Jarvis sang "Mine," Betsy Ade performed "Are You Gonna Be My Girl?," Mari took the stage with "Work it Out," and Domenic Haynes performed "Love is a Losing Game."

Singing for Team Blake, Andrew Sevener took the stage with "Boots On," Selkii with "Iris," Oliv Blu with "Girl From Ipanema," Gyth Rigdon with "I Wanna Be Loved Like That," Kendra Checketts with "Bad Guy," Carter Lloyd with "Heartbreak Hotel," Kim Cherry with "Waterfalls," and finally Dexter Roberts with "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You."  

The Voice broadcast on Tuesday night will be one-hour long and begin airing at 9PM ET/PT on NBC.

In addition to Carson announcing the voting results and "The Comeback Stage" competition, Kelly and Adam will also both perform.

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.