"The Voice" 2017 continued May 2 on NBC with the top 11 results show. So which aspiring artists coached by super star mentors Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys, and Adam Levine advanced safely to the Top 10, who duked it out for extended competition life via the nervewracking Twitter Instant Save, and who went home for good? Here's a recap of the one-hour live results show.

iTunes vote winner joins the top 10

Host Carson Daly introduced the evening's guest performers, and then quickly welcomed the top 11 to the stage for the first round of results.

The first two artists saved to sing again during "The Voice" 2017 --in no particular order-- were:

  • Lauren Duski (Team Blake), who earned an iTunes bonus for her cover of "Somewhere in My Broken Heart"
  • Jesse Larson (Team Adam)

Following a commercial break, Keys joined her trio of hopefuls --Stephanie Rice, Chris Blue, and Vanessa Ferguson-- to perform "You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman." Daly then summoned the nine in-flux artists back to the stage yet again for more results. The next singers to advance to the "The Voice" top 10 were:

  • Chris Blue (Team Alicia)
  • Brennley Brown (Team Gwen)

With seven contestants still awaiting their respective fates, Gwen took to the stage with her team --the already-saved Brennley Brown and Hunter Plake-- to perform a rather lovely rendition Coldplay's "Fix You" before viewers were given some outtake clip excitement.

Then lickety split, Daly called the not-yet-safe hopefuls to the stage and revealed that

  • Aliyah Moulden (Team Blake) and
  • Lilli Passero (Team Adam)

were safe to sing again next week as members of the top 10.

After another break, season 10 winner Alisan Porter returned to "The Voice" stage to debut her new single "Deep Water." The final five then joined Daly on stage to find out who was safe and who'd be singing for the Twitter Instant Save.

The three who advanced safely to the top 10 included:

  • Vanessa Ferguson (Team Alicia)
  • Hunter Plate (Team Gwen)
  • TSoul (Team Blake)

With the lowest vote totals following "The Voice" top 11 show, Stephanie Rice (Team Alicia) and Mark Isaiah (Team Adam) were charged with competing for the single available Instant Save.

The battle for the Twitter Save

Rice was up first with Julia Michaels' "Issues." Keys praised her for "completely becoming your own woman" and called her "exactly what an artist is supposed to be before she begged America to keep her in the competition. Isaiah --who won last week's Instant Save-- followed in short order with his version of "7 Years" by Lukas Graham. Levine called Isaiah "a fighter" and of course asked voters to keep him around longer.

Following the final break, the graphic at the bottom of the screen showed Isaiah with a significant lead over Rice (59% to 41%). After each offered up potential last words to their coaches and Keys and Levine did the same, Daly revealed the final results: Mark Isaiah was saved to sing again, which sealed Stephanie Rice's elimination.

"The Voice" 2017 continues next Monday night on NBC.