Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert perform Moore tornado tribute on The Voice, The Swon Brothers move on

LOS ANGELES - From the opening shot of The Voice Tuesday night, thoughts were with the victims of the devastating tornadoes that ripped through Oklahoma a day prior.

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The elimination show began with host Carson Daly addressing those affected.

"On behalf of our entire Voice family, I'd like to extend our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to everyone in Oklahoma," he said.

The Voice then transitioned to a touching tribute by Oklahoma native Blake Shelton and his wife Miranda Lambert. With a plea for donations placed across the screen, the couple sat on stools only a few feet from each other and sang one of Miranda's hits, "Over You."

PHOTOS: The aftermath in Moore (http://bit.ly/may20photos)

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But soon it was time for the voting results to be announced. One by one, artists from all four teams were saved by America as The Swon Brothers stood quietly. 

With only the closing minutes remaining, the Muskogee duo of Zach and Colton were called -- the last selection of the night.

For complete coverage on season four, head to our Voice page (http://bit.ly/TheVoicessn4).

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