'The Voice' results: The Instant Save comes into play - Who got cut?

the-voice-results-nov-12-nbc.jpgTuesday (Nov. 12) saw "The Voice" Top 12 lose two of its members, as the show introduced Season 5's latest big twist: The Instant Save. Who did America put in the bottom three and who did they turn out in droves to save via Twitter during those final five minutes?

Before we could get to those fateful final three, host Carson Daly had to get to work revealing who had made it through. The first two artists to get the all clear were Team CeeLo's Caroline Pennell and Team Christina's Matthew Schuler. It's not clear if the results are read in direct order, but it's safe to assume these two are at the top of the voting pack.

The next two artists to earn a stay of execution were Team Blake's Austin Jenckes and Team Adam's Tessanne Chin, followed by a threesome of Team Christina's Jacquie Lee, Team Blake's Cole Vosbury and Team Adam's Will Champlin.

With that, it came down to five: Team Blake's Ray Boudreax, Team CeeLo's Kat Robichaud and Jonny Gray, Team Christina's Josh Logan and Team Adam's James Wolpert. So, who made it through? Ray and James.

That left two from Team CeeLo, who said he knew his artists deserved to be here, while Christina expressed her frustrations over all of those in the bottom, not just her artist. With that, the show cut to commercial break to allow America (or those watching ion the Eastern and Central time zones, to be more specific) to tweet their hearts out.

Carson asked the coaches who they thought America would be tweeting to save. Blake said he was seeing Jonny a lot on his phone, while Adam revealed he'd probably tweet for Jonny since he turned around for him.

So, who was saved? Carson begins by revealing who took third place in the Instant Save, saying Jonny's name, leaving it between Josh and Kat. After a nerve-wracking moment, Kat earns the save and Josh gets cut.

Did the right person get saved by America? Or should things have gone another way?
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