On Monday, The Voice gave its fans the power to choose the songs for their favorite artists.

Some of the artists hit their selected songs out of the park, while others fizzled on stage. Host Carson Daly revealed that all Top 11 artists charted in the iTunes Top 100 chart. Three artists — Team Blake's Chloe Kohanski and Red Marlow and Team Adam's Addison Agen — made it to the Top Ten of the overall iTunes music chart.

Throughout the Nov. 28 broadcast, Voice host and producer Carson Daly revealed the Top Nine artists, who were saved by America's votes and the two artists who had to fight for the Instant Save.

Who Was Saved (In Order):

1. Team Blake- Chloe Kohanski (#1 on iTunes)

2. Team Adam-Addison Agen (#2 on iTunes)

3. Team Miley-Brooke Simpson

4. Team Jennifer-Davon Fleming

5. Team Blake-Red Marlow (#9 on iTunes)

6. Team Jennifer-Noah Mac

7. Team Miley-Ashland Craft

8. Team Blake-Keisha Renae

9. Team Jennifer-Shi'Ann Jones

The Instant Save:

This meant that both Team Adam's Adam Cunningham and Team Miley's Janice Freeman were up for the second Instant Save of the season. Cunningham, who barely escaped the bottom last week, performed Lonestar's "Amazed." While it was a robust performance that had a strong crescendo, Cunningham's former coach, Blake Shelton, stated that he should have sang that song on Monday's performances.

“I truly believe that if anyone needs to stick around, it should be you. You are The Voice,” in tears, Miley told her pupil, Janice Freeman. Freeman received that commentary after her cover of Sia’s “Chandelier,” that showcased her beautiful lower register and had both Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson on their feet.

“You have been the best thing that has happened to me in my entire life. You have a friend for life.” said Freeman, as she fought back tears while paying homage to Cyrus. Freeman was eliminated after viewers decided to save Cunningham from elimination.

Other Highlights From The Evening:

Cyrus performed "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" with her team of powerhouse Amazon warriors (Freeman, Brooke Simpson, and Ashland Craft) in all leopard prints. The ladies showcased some fiery vocals as they strutted across the Universal Studios Hollywood soundstage.

Maroon 5 frontman and veteran Voice coach Adam Levine had a busy night. He kissed Voice host Carson Daly on the cheek, as the host opened the show. The veteran coach also sang a rousing cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Go Your Own Way" with Cunningham and Addison Agen. While the group was solid and Levine nailed his electric guitar solo, Cunningham slighted threw the song off during the middle of the performance.

Shelton, debuted his single "I'll Name the Dogs" from his latest studio album Texoma Shore. Hudson joined him for the performance and both coaches had great vocal chemistry when they sang the song's chorus.