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Two singers in "The Voice" have a little less to thank for this Thanksgiving week.

SandyRedd and Tyke James were eliminated from the singing competition on Tuesday, after live dedication appearances on Monday and fan voting.

Reagan Strange was the artist with the most transmission during the night and the first to be saved through online voting. Kirk Jay and Kennedy Holmes were also declared safe on the spot. Then came the saves of Chevel Shepherd and Chris Kroeze.

Then, to break things up and create suspense, coach Adam Levine played the "Rhiannon" of Fleetwood Mac with his team members before DeAndre Nico, Kymberli Joye and MaKenzie Thomas joined the "saved" crowd.

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Coach Kelly Clarkson and her team sang "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston before presenter Carson Daly presented the final saved contestants, Dave Fenley and Sarah Grace.

That left James, SandyRedd and Lynnea Moorer to sing for their dinner, so to speak, giving what could have been their final "Voice" performances.

SandyRedd started things with a moving version of the "Believer" of Imagine Dragons. "You're a star," coach Jennifer Hudson told SandyRedd after the excited crowd calmed down after her performance.

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James chose a low-key version of "Home" by Michael Buble, which Daly found "interesting" for someone who really do not I want to go home. Levine said viewers should vote for James, "if you want this show to remain interesting."

Moorer closed the presentations with "If I do not have you", by Alicia Keys, as Clarkson reminded the audience. Moorer joined the competition late: "Give her a chance, she's the girl back, she's struggling to get there."

After that, everything was done except tweeting.

When the voting round was over, Moorer was the last competitor to move on to the shows next week.

"The Voice" returns on Monday (NBC, 8 EST / PST) for another round of performances.

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