The Voice said goodbye to two more competitors on the first night of the Playoffs.
Twenty players entered the Playoffs but only 12 will remain standing after the three-night affair comes to an end. The grueling round requires each coach to judge the entirety of their team and eliminate two of their five hopefuls. Team Blake Shelton was the first group on the chopping block.
Audra McLaughlin kicked off the evening with a solid country choice from Martina McBride. Titled A Broken Wing, the song garnered positive reviews from all four coaches and McLaughlin was allowed to advance.
Next up was Ryan Whyte Maloney. His rendition of Shinedown's Second Chance didn't have the intended effect and he was the first performer to be booted during the playoffs.
Maloney wasn't alone in his sadness for long, however. Madilyn Page didn't win over any judges with performance of Zedd's Clarity, and the highschooler was voted off.
Jake Worthington and Sisaundra Lewis were the last two vocalists of the evening and both will make it to the live shows. Worthington performed Jake Owen's Anywhere with You while Lewis took on the Billy Joel classic, New York State of Mind.
The Voice will return to NBC next Monday at 8 p.m. ET to continue to Playoffs.