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Who Went Home on 'The Voice' Tonight? Top 6 Revealed!

Who Went Home on 'The Voice' Tonight? Top 6 Revealed!

SPOILER ALERT – Do not continue if you don’t want to know what happened on The Voice!

Another week, another two contestants sent home. The Voice just revealed the top six during the latest elimination show on Tuesday (April 28).

The bottom three this week consisted of Team Blake Shelton‘s Corey Kent White and Hannah Kirby and Team Christina Aguilera‘s India Carney.

The three contestants got the chance to perform for America and then the public got to vote on Twitter to save one of the singers.

Click inside to find out who went home on The Voice…

Hannah Kirby – Eliminated

Corey Kent White – Eliminated

India Carney received the instant save and will move on to the top six!

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  • psinotte

    I think “America” got it right. I’ve figured out that with Hannah it’s – and I know this is bad – her smile that I find really unappealing. I do think that ultimately, and sadly, appearance plays into not only moving on on The Voice but “making it” in the biz. Just look at the coaches faces and bodies. I like Sawyer, but I’d place money on Kimberly taking it all.

  • Steve

    Hannah was the most entertaining person on the show for me and the only one I (might) pay to see. India is over trained and unbelievable to me – I mean she doesn’t make me feel anything – just a performance. Cory is okay but not great to me. Joshua has a nice voice but is a little boring – for this format anyway. I just don’t see the appeal of Koryn – she only seems to be able to convey one emotion – anger. And her voice is not pleasant to my ears at all – sort of manly or something. Sawyer has a great voice and a gift (not unlike John Denver – i.e. can fill a room with his voice and doesn’t need to be fancy or gimmicky). But he needs more experience and a little more age on his voice in my opinion. Now I will pull for Kimberly. But I will definitely miss Hannah – she kept it interesting more than any other for me.