'The Voice' Top 10 Elimination — Did the Right People Go Home?

Meaghan Darwish
NBC

The Voice Season 17 contestants have been whittled down from a Top 10 to a Top 8 after the December 3 episode which sent two singers packing.

The live episode followed the bottom three — Shane Q, Joana Martinez and Marybeth Byrd — as they fought for a spot in the Semi-Finals via a Wildcard Instant Save.

Shane Q dazzled the crowd with his version of "Killing Me Softly," Joana Martinez with "Somebody That I Used to Know," and Marybeth Byrd with "You Are the Reason." While they weren't enough to earn any saves from coaches Kelly Clarkson, Gwen Stefani, John Legend and Blake Shelton, voters at home showed support by backing their favorites.

'The Voice's Top 10 Perform — Watch the 5 Best Performances of the Night (VIDEOS)

'The Voice's Top 10 Perform — Watch the 5 Best Performances of the Night (VIDEOS)

From Katie Kadan's Adele cover to Will Breman's version of 'My Body.'

When votes were displayed onscreen, it was pretty clear who had the lead with nearly half of all votes. Marybeth Byrd was saved from elimination in the end, and Shane Q and Joana Martinez bid viewers farewell.

But did the right people go home? Check out their Wildcard performances to see which singer's presentation you liked best with the videos below.

Shane Q sings "Killing Me Softly"

Joana Martinez performs "Somebody That I Used to Know"

Marybeth Byrd sings "You Are the Reason"

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