Tonight was the last night of the live playoffs on The Voice, which means we now know the top 12 contestants vying for the winning spot. Who were the finalists?

The top 20 performed, and America's votes narrowed them down to 12. Four contestants, one from each team, were told that they'd be making it to the top 12. Those were Brynn Cartelli, Sharane Calister, Britton Buchanan and Kyla Jade. Read on for a full list of the top 12.

Final 12

1. Brynn Cartelli

2. Sharane Calister

3. Britton Buchanan

4. Kyla Jade

5. Pryor Baird

6. Spensha Baer

7. Kaleb Lee

8. DR King

9. Jackie Foster

10. Christiana Danielle

11. Jackie Verna

12. Rayshun LaMarr

This week, the live playoffs offered fans a chance to vote live, in real time, for their favorite winners. When it was all said and done, 24 artists belted their hearts out, and the person with the top votes from each team advanced.

There were a few surprising eliminations that caught fans off-guard. Wilkes being voted off seemed to upset some fans (he even gained some new fans this week). Terrence Cunningham was a big surprise; he was many people's top contender.

Season 14 of The Voice has changed from prior ones. Firstly, the Block was added; this allows the coaches to block one coach from getting an artist whom the coach turned around for. Also, Season 14 introduced the Save Button. This allows coaches to save an artist who is eliminated from the knockout rounds.

GoldDerby's odds say that Britton Buchanan is one of the frontrunners in the show. Buchanan is 18 and from Sanford, North Carolina. He's been performing since he was little, and when he was 13, he joined a classic rock band.


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