"The Voice" 2017 continued Nov. 28 on NBC as the Top 11 became the top 10 during the weekly results show. So which hopeful saw his or her dream of winning the season 13 title disappear and who will sing again for America's votes --and top-notch iTunes chart placement-- next week? Read on for a recap.

iTunes chart toppers saved to sing again on 'The Voice' 2017

Long-time "The Voice" host Carson Daly quickly kicked off the night's excitement by welcoming the top 11 to the stage for the first batch of results. After congratulating all 11 on scoring top 100 hits on the iTunes chart, he revealed the identities of the first contestants saved to sing again: They were Team Blake's Chloe Kohanski, who soared all the way to number one with "Total Eclipse of the Heart," and Team Adam's Addison Agen, who placed just behind Kohanski on iTunes with "A Case of You."

Following a break, coach Miley Cyrus and her trio of proteges hit "The Voice" stage to sing the Shania Twain hit "Man!

I Feel Like a Woman." Following a montage that featured the top 11 sharing what they've learned about one another --including Agen's "old soul" status and Noah Mac's "dream boat" potential-- Daly again called the contestants to the stage for more results. The next two artists saved to sing again following the Nov. 27 public vote were Team Miley's Brooke Simpson and Team Jennifer's Davon Fleming.

After a second break, Adam Levine and his duo of remaining hopefuls hit the stage to perform the Fleetwood Mac hit "Go Your Own Way." Moments later, the seven aspiring singers still awaiting news of their fates returned for more results. The next two hopefuls added to the top 10 by America were Team Blake's Red Marlow --who earned an iTunes bonus for reaching the nine-spot on the chart with the Garth Brooks classic "The Dance"-- and Team Jennifer's Noah Mac.

With just five contestants still waiting for news, "The Voice" coaches Blake Shelton and Jennifer Hudson took to the stage to sing Shelton's recent single "I'll Name the Dogs." Moments after the collaboration's conclusion, Daly revealed that Team Miley's Ashland Craft, Team Blake's Keisha Renee, and Team Jennifer's Shi'Ann Jones had earned berths in the top 10.

Left to duke it out for the season's second Twitter Instant Save were Adam Cunningham of Team Adam and Team Miley's Janice Freeman.

Adam Cunningham, Janice Freeman battle for Twitter Instant Save

Up first to perform for his competition life was Cunningham, who delivered Lonestar's "Amazed." Freeman followed with her spin on Sia's "Chandelier." After time expired and the tweets were tabulated, Daly revealed that Cunningham had successfully captured the final spot in the top 10, which signaled the end of the competition road for Freeman.

"The Voice" 2017 continues Dec. 4 on NBC with the top 10 performance show.