Who Survived ‘The Voice' Top 11 Live Eliminations?

It was bring your family to work week on "The Voice – so it's not weird that this week's elimination was extra-emotional, right?

The Top 11 live eliminations included a performance from Brad Paisley, group songs from Team Gwen (New Radicals' "You Get What You Give") and Team Adam (The Beach Boys' "Wouldn't It Be Nice"), and a very sweet Thanksgiving celebration with the contestants and their families.

Unfortunately, someone also had to go home. Don't want to know who was eliminated? Read no further unless you've seen the episode – SPOILER AHEAD.

Okay, are you ready? The bottom two singers who had to compete for the live Voice Save were Team Pharrell's Evan McKeel and Team Gwen's Korin Bukowski.

On the bottom for the second week in a row, Bukowski went for a potentially risky song choice with Maroon 5's "She Will Be Loved." The verdict from Adam Levine? "Hard not to go with you here, for obvious reasons," he told her. "I've never heard a female vocal on that song. It's awesome."

Unfortunately, McKeel's version of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together," which prompted his coach Pharrell Williams to tell him, "I'm super proud of where you are and where you're leading yourself right now," wasn't enough to earn him the vote of the public.

Bukowski joined her teammates for next week's Top 10 show, which will unfortunately have just one singer left from Team Pharrell.

Here's who's still in the game:

Team Pharrell

Madi Davis

Team Gwen

Braiden Sunshine

Jeffery Austin

Korin Bukowski

Team Adam

Amy Vachal

Jordan Smith

Shelby Brown

Team Blake

Zach Sebaugh

Emily Ann Roberts

Barrett Baber

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