"The Voice" 2017 resumes tonight on NBC as 12 of the 24 finalists still competing for the season 12 title take part in the live playoffs. So what songs will the talented hopefuls representing country mega star and reigning champion coach Blake Shelton and songstress Alicia Keys perform for a shot at advancing to the next phase of the competition? Previews posted to the iTunes store on the afternoon of April 17 confirmed the choices.

'The Voice' live playoffs: Team Blake

The six aspiring vocalists seeking extended competition life under the tutelage of country star Blake Shelton will take on an interesting array of tunes during "The Voice" 2017 live playoffs this evening.

The singers and their selections are as follows:

  • Aaliyah Rose, "Brass in Pocket" (The Pretenders)
  • Aliyah Moulden, "Mercy" (Duffy)
  • Casi Joy, "Parachute" (Chris Stapleton)
  • Felicia Temple, "Defying Gravity" (Idina Menzel from "Wicked")
  • Lauren Duski, "Someone Else's Star" (Bryan White)
  • TSoul, "Knock on Wood" (Eddie Floyd)

Team Alicia's live playoffs picks

In addition to Shelton's team, the six finalists representing Alicia Keys will also perform during night one of "The Voice" 2017 live playoffs. The singers and their song choices include:

  • Anatalia Villaranda, "Stand By Me" (Ben E. King)
  • Ashley Levin, "I Can't Stand the Rain" (Ann Peebles)
  • Chris Blue, "Love on the Brain" (Rihanna)
  • Jack Cassidy, "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" (Elton John)
  • Stephanie Rice, "Every Breath You Take" (The Police)
  • Vanessa Ferguson, "Lean On" (Major Lazer)

Fans interested in helping to decide which contestants will move on to the live shows, listen up: In order to have your voice heard, you'll need to vote via Twitter or the official "The Voice" app while the show airs live beginning at 8 PM Eastern on NBC.

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By evening's end, a whopping six of the hopefuls will be sent packing, leaving just three members on each team: two chosen by the public vote, and one by his or her coach. Keep an eye on iTunes charting to see who fares best with music downloaders.

Tomorrow, the live playoffs will continue as the 12 hopefuls representing singer-songwriter Gwen Stefani and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine duke it out vocally to complete the top 12. Who will advance and who will be sent packing just a stride short of the live shows? Watch "The Voice" 2017 live playoffs tonight and tomorrow night to find off, and to make your own voice heard.