So, who made it to the top 10 on The Voiceon Nov. 24? Read on for a recap.

After country star Brad Paisley opened the broadcast with a show-stopping performance of his hit Country Nation, host Carson Daly revealed the first set of results. The very first two artists who advanced safely to the top 10were Team Gwen Stefani'sBraiden Sunshine, and Team Adam'sAmy Vachal, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Next up to join the top 10from Team Blake Sheltonwas Zach Seabaugh, followed byTeam Adam Levine’s Jordan Smith. The show continued as Team Gwen --featuring No Doubt starGwen Stefani, Braiden Sunshine, Jeffrey Austin and Korin Bukowski-- took to the stage to performYou Get What You Give.

The next round of results came up next and this time, the two lucky finalists who successfully advanced to the top 10 were Team Pharrell'sMadi Davis and Team Blake’s aspiring country singerEmily Ann Roberts.

Both teensare strong singers so it is no wonder they made it to the top 10 and were saved again this week.

Next up to perform was Team Adam, featuring the Maroon 5 frontman and his three team members:Shelby Brown, Amy Vachal, and Jordan Smith. They sang the song Wouldn’t it Be Nice? After their awesome performance, it was time for more results and those included in this save for the top 10 were Jeffery Austin from Team Gwen, Barrett Baber from Team Blake, and Shelby Brown from Team Adam.

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Unfortunately, Korin Bukowski and Evan McKeel were both in the bottom two and had to compete for the Instant Save, which is decided by America vita Twitter voting. This week it was Korin who was saved instantly again and Evan McKeel had to go home.

'The Voice' fun facts

Want to know some things about your favorite contestants on The Voice? Amy Vachal is working odd jobs in New York to make ends meet when she isn't on the show.

She hopes to make it big on the show and finally have her big break.

Jordan Smith comes from a musical family. His father was a professional piano player and his mother is a singer. He has such a high pitched voice that sometimes he gets mistaken for a woman on the phone.

Shelby Brown started singing at just 11 years old when she would perform karaoke with her dad at the local bowling alley. Her town where she comes from is so small, that the only place she can perform is the bowling alley.

As she got older, she started taking voice lessons, joined her school choir, and joined school talent shows to show her talent.

Barrett Baber moved to South Africa when he was nine years old and fell in love with their harmony and singing. When he was 19, he went to college on a scholarship. However, he and his school choir were in a plane crash that took the lives of 11 people in Little Rock. Since surviving the plane crash, he is now a father of two and married and is a teacher of the dramatic arts.

Emily Ann Roberts started playing around with music when she was 13 when she first picked up a guitar and started playing it. She has a passion for bluegrass and classic country music.

Zach Seabaugh grew up as the only singer in the family with four sisters. He just recently started his music career as most of his life he was into football, tennis, and swimming.

Braiden Sunshine is the youngest person on the show. Although he is so young at only 15 years old, he has played in bands with college-aged kids.

Jeffery Austin lost his father when he was nine years old. He grew up with a brother, his mother, and his grandparents. He grew up pursuing music and auditioned for all of the school musicals. Although he works in public relations, he would love to do music full time.

Korin Bukowski came from a pure musical family with both parents being in bands. They even have a band room in their home. Although she is currently a junior as a pre-med student, she wants to give music one more chance.

Madi Davis suffered from hearing loss as a child but underwent surgery and gained the confidence she needed to pursue music.

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