"The Voice" 2017 resumed Nov. 21 on NBC with the top 12 Results show. So which talented aspiring singers representing show coaches Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, and Blake Shelton successfully advanced to the next phase of the competition and whose journey came to a premature end? Read on for a recap of the action.

iTunes bonus winner advances to the top 11

Long-time "The Voice" host Carson Daly wasted little time in revealing the identities of the first three hopefuls saved to sing again, and none were surprises to show fans. The first to advance was Team Adam's Addison Agen, who earned the first Itunes bonus of season 13 when her cover of "She Used to be Mine" finished the week's voting window ranked ninth on the iTunes Hot 200 singles chart.

She was followed to safety by Team Jennifer's Noah Mac (number 41, "Speed of Sound") and Team Blake's Chloe Kohanski (number 17, "Thank You").

Following a break, Hudson and her team hit the stage to perform a stirring rendition of "Let it Be" before Daly called the nine remaining hopefuls to the stage for more results. The next two to join "The Voice" 2017 top 11 were Team Miley's Brooke Simpson (number 63, "Praying") and Team Blake's Keisha Renee (number 49, "Midnight Train to Georgia").

Music from Maroon 5 and a 'Pitch Perfect/The Voice' mash-up

With five hoepfuls safe to sing again, Maroon 5 hit the stage to perform their new single entitled "What Lovers Do." Then Daly and Elizabeth Banks introduced the world premiere of the "Pitch Perfect/The Voice Music Video," featuring the top 12 as well as The Bellas.

"Pitch Perfect 3" opens in theaters on Dec. 22.

Up next, the remaining seven singers joined Daly on stage for even more results. The next two saved to sing again were Team Jennifer's Shi'Ann Jones (whose cover of "Vision of Love" landed at a field-worst number 147 on the iTunes chart), and Team Miley's Janice Freeman ("The Story," number 22).

Following another break, "The Voice" 2017 continued as Shelton and his team took to the stage to perform Hank Williams Jr's "If It Will It Will." Then the first big moment of truth arrived as the five remaining artists returned to the stage to learn who was saved by America's votes and who would duke it out for the Twitter Instant Save.

Earning berths in the top 12 were Team Jennifer's Davon Fleming ("Love on Top," number 92), Team Miley's Ashland Craft ("Delta Dawn," number 97), and Red Marlow ("The Church on Cumberland Road," number 94). Left to battle for the first Instant Save of "The Voice" 2017 were Team Adam's Adam Cunningham ("Against All Odds," number 88) and Jon Mero ("Why I Love You," number 40).

Team Adam v. Team Adam showdown

Teammates Cunningham and Mero then went head to head for the sole remaining spot in the top 11, with the former choosing to deliver "Fortunate Son" and the latter following with "I Want You Back." Both were strong, passionate performances, and Levine was pleased with both efforts, and dismayed that his two proteges were in danger of elimination.

He stayed neutral and praised both for doing a "great" job.

Following one final commercial break, the results of the Instant Save were revealed, as Adam Cunningham advanced to the top 11 and Jon Mero was eliminated.

"The Voice" 2017 returns to NBC next Monday with the top 11 live show.