Here's the rundown on the evening's events.
Fall Out Boy opens the show with "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)," with Michelle Chamuel on the chorus (the screechy part). She also contributes some crucial headbanging.
Team Cee-Lo's glorious beardo Nicholas David returns to The Voice stage to sing his new single "Say Goodbye," the first single off his new self-released 4-song EP (it's on iTunes now, superfans).
FIRST SAVED: Team Usher's Michelle Chamuel, who looks genuinely shocked when Carson calls her name. Doesn't she know everyone's in love with her? She later tells Christina Milian she's "still in shock."
The next performer is Voice veteran Tony Lucca, who premieres his new single "Never Gonna Let You Go." His new EP drops July 16 on his coach Adam's 222 Records, and he is touring with Maroon 5 in September.
Then the whole crew joins forces to perform Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn." There's been an awful lot of hair metal this season. One of these days someone's got to pay homage to Extreme. Thinking of you, Gary Cherone.
SECOND SAVED: Team Blake's Danielle Bradbery, who sings much better than she speaks. She's 16, it's cool.
Terry McDermott is the last Voice alum to take the stage, performing his single "Pictures." His hair still is what it is. His EP comes out in his native Scotland shortly, and he's in a rush to be done with his tour as his wife is due to give birth in just a couple of weeks.
THIRD SAVED: Team Blake's The Swon Brothers.
Sasha Allen and Amber Carrington are heading home, but they're both okay — hugging and smiling and congratulating the boys. They're both phenomenal performers, and hopefully this experience will have opened plenty of doors for the both of them.