'The Voice' Reveals Its Super Six As Two Head Home

Team Christina loses her last member, Dez Duron, while Team Cee Lo says goodbye to Cody Belew.

A pair of singers got the ax on Tuesday's (November 27) results episode of "The Voice," with the lone remaining Team Christina singer heading out the door.

Dez Duron, who tried out unsuccessfully on the last season of "The Voice," was holding it down for coach Christina Aguilera, but the heartthrob singer didn't make it to the top six. Team Cee Lo's Cody Belew was also sent packing, thanking fans for "riding with me on this journey."

Another of Cee Lo's singers, Trevin Hunte, got stuck in the bottom three, thanking his "Lord and savior Jesus Christ" before he learned that he would live to sing another day.

Before saying goodbye to any singers, we got to hear everyone display their talents once more. Team Adam's Amanda Brown and Hunte formed a blessed union to sing "Marry the Night," Lady Gaga's ode to NYC.

Cee Lo, meanwhile, reunited with his "Voice" contestants, past and present — and the Muppets! — for a Christmas-themed performance before teaming for a duet with Kermit for "It Ain't Easy Being Green," wearing a mirrored avocado-colored sleeveless getup with matching hat for the occasion.

Belew, Terry McDermott, Melanie Martinez and Nicholas David put their various team alliances aside for a folk-circle performance of the Plain White T's track "Rhythm of Love," and Cassadee Pope and Duron channeled Rihanna and Ne-Yo for the love/hate track "Hate How Much I Love You."

All eight artists landed on the iTunes charts after Monday night's episode, host Carson Daly informed the audience, with McDermott's cover of coach Blake Shelton's "Over" topping the rock chart and Martinez's take on Alex Clare's "Too Close" at #1 on the alternative chart.