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Ariana Grande officially loses 'The Voice' ahead of next week's season finale

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On Tuesday, The Voice revealed its top five artists moving on to next week's Season 21 finale and, unfortunately for first-time coach Ariana Grande, the pop singer will be sitting out of the rest of the competition after her last remaining artists, father-son duo Jim and Sasha Allen, were eliminated.

The first four finalists announced by Carson Daly on Tuesday’s live results episode all represented the current panel’s longest-running and most popular coaches: Blake Shelton’s soul powerhouses Wendy Moten and Paris Winningham, and Kelly Clarkson’s family folk band Girl Named Tom (the first trio to ever make it to a Voice finale) and teen pop prodigy Hailey Mia.

While it seemed like John Legend was close to also not being represented in the finale, in the end, Jershika Maple won America's live instant save.

Ariana cried while saying goodbye to Jim and Sasha, as she shared, "Firstly, absolutely no one is saying bye to anyone tonight, that's all I'm saying. Secondly, Tuesdays are the worst days ever. And thirdly, I think the best gift of this whole thing has been meeting you. Thank you. I love you. It's been an honor."

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SASHA ALLEN: I think you're the greatest. And trans rights, shout out non-binary people and I love you Ari.

- Very impressive Sasha. Thank you and good luck. And Ariana is crying.

KYLIE MAR: On Tuesday, "The Voice" revealed its top five artists moving on to next week's season 21 finale, but unfortunately for first time coach, Ariana Grande, the pop singer will be sitting out of the rest of the competition after her last remaining artists, father-son duo, Jim and Sasha Allen were eliminated.

ARIANA GRANDE: Firstly, absolutely no one is saying bye to anyone tonight, that's all I'll say. Secondly, Tuesdays are the worst days ever.

SASHA ALLEN: I know.

ARIANA GRANDE: And thirdly, I think the best gift of this whole thing has been meeting you. Thank you. I love you. It's been an honor.

KYLIE MAR: After Monday night's votes, America saved Team Blake's, Wendy Moten and Paris Winningham and Team Kelly's girl named Tom and Haley Mia. And while John Legend was close to also not being represented in the finale, in the end Jershika Maple won America's live instant save. While viewers weren't sad about Jim and Sasha being sent home as they agreed Jershika definitely deserved the save, they were sad that Ariana already lost the voice ahead of the finale, like this person who tweeted, "I'm broken. Don't talk to me for a few weeks. Ariana, you were the best coach 'The Voice" could have. We love you. You had a fantastic team."

SASHA ALLEN: And seconds can never ever-- I adore you. I think you're so great, you're the greatest and I'm going to be crying to you in like two hours saying everything that I can't say in one second it's done. I love you so much.