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Four contestants left in 'The Voice', two went home last night

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And then there were four.

Amanda Brown and Melanie Martinez were sent home last night in "The Voice," leaving six contestants in the race.

Martinez humbly expressed her surprise that she'd made it as far as she had and thanked the fans. The 17-year-old with her own quirky musical style had never stopped being interesting, even though vocally she was no match for her competitors.

Brown's elimination came after her results-show performance of "Let Me Love You" with Ne-Yo. Her voice was flexible and fluid and she was wonderful to watch lithely move around the stage. But her undoing was probably the fact that she sought to showcase her range, which, though impressive, may have confused voters unsure of where to categorize her, LA Times speculates.

Read the whole recap here.

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