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Team Adam and Team Gwen competed in episode 18 of NBC's "The Voice 2017" on Tuesday, April 18. The Live Playoffs continued for the second night in a row after Team Blake and Team Alicia performed on Monday. During the latest round, the remaining contestants battled out for a place in the Top 12.

The Voice 2017: 3 Contestants went home, Hunter Plake sings 'Elastic Heart'

Team Gwen kicked off the show with Johnny Gates, a comeback artist. Gates chose Selena Gomez’s “Hands To Myself” for his performance, impressing judge Alicia Keys, who called him the “male version of Gwen in a lot of ways.” She also complimented Gates for his high energy on stage.

Next was Team Gwen's Troy Ramey, who sang “A Case Of You” by Joni Mitchell. The performance impressed his coach, who said that it was a confident performance and she was incredibly proud of him. Contestant Quizz Swanigan, who was in Team Alicia before the Knockout Rounds, was up next, performing “My Girl” by The Temptations. Alicia called Swanigan's performance “impressive” and added that the 13-year-old has a lot of finesse and grace in his voice. Swanigan is the youngest contestant ever to compete on "The Voice."

Brennley Brown then surprised Gwen by singing “Fly” by Maddie & Tae. After the performance, Blake admitted that it was a mistake to let Brown go from his team, but added how happy he is that she got Gwen as a mentor. Meanwhile, Gwen complimented Brown on her style, saying, “All I wanted was a little girl that I could hang out with — she’s my only girl, and look at her.”

Brown was followed by JChosen, who chose the tough song “Nothing Compares To U” by Prince. The singer, whose mother was hospitalised recently, nailed the performance. Gwen tells him that he was so good that she felt inspired by him.

Team Gwen's last artist to perform was Hunter Plake, who mesmerised everyone with Sia's hit song “Elastic Heart.” Adam was impressed by the performance and told Plake that he is a singer “who truly represents what’s going on in music right now.” Gwen was moved to tears after Plake's performance.

Team Adam's first artist was Johnny Hayes, who came back from season 11. Hayes gave his best performance with “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” by The Rolling Stones. Adam said that his performance was amazing and that he loved it.

Hanna Eyre was up next with Demi Lovato’s “Skyscraper.” She did a wonderful job showing off the strength of her vocals. Adam commend that Eyre “deserves to be on the show” after she did a wonderful job with her “awesome” singing.

Josh West followed Eyre with his version of “More Than A Feeling” by Boston. Adam was all praises for West. “The fact that you’re that good of a singer and have hair like that really pisses me off. You’re a badass and you’re so good for the show because you kick ass.”

Up next was Mark Isaiah, who chose to sing “All Time Low” by Jon Bellion. After the performance, Adam begged the crowd to vote for him, because if he gets more time with Isaiah, he will make him the “best version of himself.” Jesse Larson performed last in the show, doing a wonderful job singing “Sir Duke” by Stevie Wonder.

Finally, the Top 12 were chosen. They are set to perform live next week for the first “Instant Save” of the season. Votes went in favour of Brennley Brown and Hunter Plake. For the final spot, Gwen chose Troy Ramey to move on. Quizz Swanigan, JChosen and Johnny Gates all went home.

For Team Adam, America voted for Jesse Larson and Lilli Passero to move on to the Top 12. Adam then decided to pick Mark Isaiah to continue with the show. Hanna Eyre, Johnny Hayes and Josh West did not make it through. To find out the contestants from Team Blake and Team Alicia who made it to the Top 12, click here.

WATCH: Hunter Plake sings Elastic Heart

"The Voice 2017" airs on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. Viewers from Australia can also watch online by checking out the show's official YouTube page.