When "The Voice" 2017 continued last night on NBC, the teams representing country music super star Blake Shelton and R&B songstress Alicia Keys hit the stage to sing for spots in the top 12. When the dust settled at night's end, six hopefuls advanced while the other six were sent packing. Tonight, the competition will continue live as the aspiring vocalists coached by singer-songwriter Gwen Stefani and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine take their turns at the mic. So who's planning to sing what during "The Voice" 2017's second night of live playoff round action? Here's a look at the set list, per pre-show updates to the iTunes store.

Team Gwen's 'The Voice' 2017 live playoffs selections

The six performers competing for the former No Doubt lead singer are slated to take on the following tunes:

  • Brennley Brown: "Fly" (Maddie & Tae)
  • Hunter Plake: "Elastic Heart" (Sia)
  • JChosen: "Nothing Compares 2 U" (Sinead O'Connor)
  • Johnny Gates: "Hands to Myself" (Selena Gomez)
  • Quizz Swanigan: "My Girl" (The Temptations)
  • Troy Ramey: "A Case of You" (Joni Mitchell)

'The Voice' spoilers for Team Adam

Adam Levine will see three of his hopefuls advance to the next phase of "The Voice" 2017 competition --and the other three sent home-- via covers of the following popular songs:

  • Hanna Eyre: "Skyscraper" (Demi Lovato)
  • Jesse Larson: "Sir Duke" (Stevie Wonder)
  • Johnny Hayes: "Ain't Too Proud to Beg" (The Temptations)
  • Josh West: "More than a Feeling" (Boston)
  • Lilli Passero: "It's Too Late" (Carole King)
  • Mark Isaiah: "All Time Low" (Jon Bellion)

The six contestants who advance to next week's live show will join the six members of Teams Blake and Alicia who advanced at the conclusion of last night's competition.

The surviving trio representing Blake Shelton features Lauren Duski and Aliyah Moulden, who were chosen by the popular vote, and TSoul, who earned Shelton's coach's pick. Ready to continue on as members of Team Alicia are vote-winners Chris Blue and Vanessa Ferguson, and Keys' selection, Stephanie Rice. Of the six finalists, Duski performed the best with iTunes downloaders; her cover of Bryan White's "Someone Else's Star" rested at a field-best number 58 on the iTunes chart on Tuesday morning.

Who will round out the top 12 and who will narrowly miss the mark? Watch "The Voice" 2017 live playoffs tonight on NBC, and be sure to vote for your favorites via Twitter and the show's official app while the episode airs on the East Coast in order to have your voice heard.