UPDATE: The Voice top ten

Tuesday, November 12, 2013 | 10:44 PM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Jamaica's Tessanne Chin safely progressed on votes to The Voice top 10 in Tuesday night’s live results show in the NBC popular singing competition.

Chin was the first member of Team Adam to advance, joining Caroline Pennell (Team Cee Lo), Matthew Schuler (Team Christina) and Austin Jenckes (Team Blake).

The Voice top 10:

Tessanne Chin (Team Adam)

Caroline Pennell (Team Cee Lo)

Matthew Schuler (Team Christina)

Austin Jenckes (Team Blake)

Jacquie Lee (Team Christina)

Cole Vosbury (Team Blake)

Will Champlin (Team Adam)

Ray Boudreaux (Team Blake)

James Wolpert (Team Adam)

Kat Robichaud (Team Cee Lo) was saved via 'Instant Save', a new feature added to the show this season where fans on twitter were allowed to vote for their favourite using #VoiceSave.

Jonny Gray (Team Cee Lo) and Josh Logan (Team Christina) were eliminated.





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