Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Blake Shelton on the "The Voice" Season 11
Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Blake Shelton on the "The Voice" Season 11The Voice Official Facebook Page

"The Voice" Season 11 (USA) 2016 has entered the most exciting stage of the competition – the Knockouts. The four judges -- Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys and Blake Shelton – enjoy control over who goes to the next round until now, but it's going to be a different story all together when it goes to the live shows next week as the audience will decide the winners through their votes.

The knockout round started last week with 18 contestants taking the stage. Adam Levine chose Simone Gundy, Riley Elmore and Billy Gilman, and stole Josh Gallagher from team Blake. Blake Shelton picked Sundance Head and Courtney Harrell, and stole Jason Warrior from Team Adam.

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Six contestants from Team Alicia performed last week, and she chose Kylie Rothfield, Wé McDonald and Christian Cuevas. Miley Cyrus picked Ali Caldwell over Lauren Diaz before ending her night by stealing Belle Jewel from Alicia Keys.

Each team can retain four contestants and steal one from other teams. Blake, Adam and Miley have already used their steals, which means only Alicia Keys can use it this week. The "The Voice" Season 11 will be left with only 20 contestants after tonight's episode.

Interestingly, the famous couple in country music -- Tim McGraw and Faith Hill – are mentoring all the contestants in the Knockout round.

Here is current status of the four teams:

Team Adam: Riley Elmore, Billy Gilman, Brendan Fletcher, Simone Gundy, Nolan Neal, Josh Gallagher

Team Miley: Darby Walker, Ali Caldwell, Sophia Urista, Aaron Gibson, Maye Thomas, Josette Diaz, Josh Halverson, Belle Jewel

Team Blake: Sundance Head, Dana Harper, Gabe Broussard, Austin Allsup, Courtney Harrell, Karlee Metzger, Jason Warrior

Team Alicia: Wé McDonald, Christian Cuevas, Michael Sanchez, Kylie Rothfield, Sa'Rayah