The Voice: Miley Cyrus sobs after team member Janice Freeman gets voted off as field narrows to top 10 on NBC show

Miley Cyrus openly sobbed as her team member Janice Freeman was voted off The Voice on Tuesday night.

The 25-year-old pop star had become extremely attached to the talented 32-year-old contestant and didn't conceal her emotions.

'If anybody deserves to stick around in this competition it is you. You are a fighter, you are a warrior, you are a role model and, more than any of that, you are The Voice, I am in complete shock, I love you so much,' she cried.

Wild thing: Miley Cyrus performed with her singers in a wild leopard print outfit before losing Janice Freeman on Tuesday's episode of The Voice

Wild thing: Miley Cyrus performed with her singers in a wild leopard print outfit before losing Janice Freeman on Tuesday's episode of The Voice

'I'm not trying to cry for you guys to vote for Janice,' she added, addressing the viewers at home.

'This isn't what this is about…I feel like I've gotten one of my closest friends…I am a shameless supporter of you…I believe in heaven because of people like you,' she yelled.

Janice, who has been a strong contender from the get-go, was also in tears.

'Miley, you have been the best thing that has ever happened to me, in my entire life, and I appreciate you. You will have a friend for life and anything that you need from me, I am here, so thank you for what you have given me,' cried Janice, who is a cancer survivor from Compton, California.

Close bond: Janice and Miley formed a close bond on the NBC singing competition show

Close bond: Janice and Miley formed a close bond on the NBC singing competition show

Swan song: The cancer survivor engaged in a sing-off to stay on the show

Swan song: The cancer survivor engaged in a sing-off to stay on the show

Earlier in the show Miley performed the Shania Twain hit Man! I Feel Like a Woman!, with Janice and the rest of her team, who were all clad in leopard print.

'I have been so honored to perform with you on that stage tonight, you are the biggest star,' sobbed Miley as Janice left.

After a public vote Janice was left in the bottom two with country singer Adam Cunningham from Adam Levine's team.

Pop star: Miley rocked fishnet stocking along with her leopard print outfit and coat

Pop star: Miley rocked fishnet stocking along with her leopard print outfit and coat

Group performance: Ashland Craft, Miley, Janice and Brooke Simpson performed together

Group performance: Ashland Craft, Miley, Janice and Brooke Simpson performed together

Hit song: They gave a spirited rendition of the Shania Twain song?Man! I Feel Like a Woman!

Hit song: They gave a spirited rendition of the Shania Twain song?Man! I Feel Like a Woman!

Teaming up: Miley showed her singers how it's done as they sang together

Teaming up: Miley showed her singers how it's done as they sang together

Bottom two: Adam Cunningham and Janice finished in the bottom two

Bottom two: Adam Cunningham and Janice finished in the bottom two

Both Janice and Adam were required to 'sing for survival' before a final public vote.

Adam, a 38-year-old Tennessean, sang Lonestar by Amazed before Janice did Chandelier by Sia.

Adam Levine, who is openly a huge Janice fan, failed to crack a smile when his own singer won the place in the top ten.

Final eleven: The final 11 singers gathered on the stage at the start of the show

Final eleven: The final 11 singers gathered on the stage at the start of the show

'Talent isn't really something that can be judged on a talent competition, it can't really be judged at all,' said the Maroon 5 frontman.

Ten other artists made it through to next week.

The first to be saved was Blake Shelton's 23-year-old Tennessean Chloe Kohanski, who sang Total Eclipse Of The Heart on Monday's episode.

The host: Carson Daly kept the one-hour elimination show moving

The host: Carson Daly kept the one-hour elimination show moving

Next in the safe zone was 16-year-old Indiana resident Addison Agen, from Team Adam. Addison wowed the panel on Monday with Joni Mitchell's 1971 ballad, A Case Of You.

Next to be saved was 26-year-old Native American Brooke Simpson, who paid tribute to her tribe last night with Pink's hit What About Us.

'It was a really special moment, not only that I could shed light on my tribe but on tribes all across this country,' said Brooke, before she ran to hug her coach Miley.

First save: Chloe Kohanski of Blake Shelton's team was the first to be saved by viewer voting

First save: Chloe Kohanski of Blake Shelton's team was the first to be saved by viewer voting

Going through: Brooke Simpson looked shocked when Carson announced she was advancing

Going through: Brooke Simpson looked shocked when Carson announced she was advancing

Sweet smile: Addison Agen also made it into the Top 10

Sweet smile: Addison Agen also made it into the Top 10

'Nugget Nation!' Miley exclaimed as they embraced, in a nod to Brooke's self-given nickname Chicken Nugget.

Next was a celebration for Jennifer Hudson, with the progression of effervescent Davon Fleming, a 25-year-old Baltimore resident.

Adam Levine and his team then performed Fleetwood Mac's 1977 track Go Your Own Way.

Next round: Davon Fleming of Jennifer Hudson's team smiled after he advanced

Next round: Davon Fleming of Jennifer Hudson's team smiled after he advanced

Group song: Adam Levine teamed up with his singers for a group song

Group song: Adam Levine teamed up with his singers for a group song

Blake got to rejoice next, as his country music 'storyteller' Red Marlow progressed to the next round.

Montage clips from backstage revealed that Red, 40, from Tennessee, has become a favorite due to his amusing phraseology such as: 'I'm as nervous as a chinchilla in a coat factory'.

Resident 'dreamboat' Noah Mac was next to be saved.

Funny phrases: Red Marlow who uses funny phrases in conversation also advanced

Funny phrases: Red Marlow who uses funny phrases in conversation also advanced

The 18-year-old Californian said his goal was to continue improving and 'stepping outside of the box'

Blake, who has won The Voice five times, then jammed with Jennifer Hudson to his new single, I'll Name The Dogs.

Team Miley's South Carolina country singer Ashland Craft also made the top 10. The 21-year-old said she was 'ready to take on the world' thanks to encouragement from her coach.

Dynamic duo: Blake and Jennifer teamed up to perform his new song I'll Name The Dogs

Dynamic duo: Blake and Jennifer teamed up to perform his new song I'll Name The Dogs

Good times: The country star and Oscar winner had fun performing together

Good times: The country star and Oscar winner had fun performing together

America also saved 30-year-old California singer Keisha Renee from Team Blake.

Keisha, who was number two on the country music charts last night, said she was grateful that the community was embracing her work.

'As I'm scrolling through the charts I see no one that looks like me, so I feel so accomplished, so grateful to everyone that's supporting me,' she said.

Fifteen-year-old Kentucky schoolgirl Shi'Ann Jones from Team J-Hud also made the cut.

The Voice continues next week on NBC.

Survival song: Adam Cunningham sang?Lonestar by Amazed before the Instant Save

Survival song: Adam Cunningham sang?Lonestar by Amazed before the Instant Save

Small team: Adam was going into the next round with Adam Cunningham and Addison

Small team: Adam was going into the next round with Adam Cunningham and Addison

Solid team: Noah Mac, Davon and Shi'Ann remained on Jennifer's team

Solid team: Noah Mac, Davon and Shi'Ann remained on Jennifer's team

Strong squad: Blake was going into the next round with Red, Chloe and Keisha Renee

Strong squad: Blake was going into the next round with Red, Chloe and Keisha Renee

Social media: Miley promoted her group performance on Instagram

Social media: Miley promoted her group performance on Instagram

Save attempt: The pop star also took to Instagram in a bid to save Janice

Save attempt: The pop star also took to Instagram in a bid to save Janice

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