Tonight on The Voice, America's votes were combined with the judges' scores to send a total of four contestants home — advancing just one aspiring singer from each team to the Season 2 finale on May 8.
Here's how it went down.
Christina Aguilera split her points down the middle, awarding 50 to coffee shop crooner Lindsey Pavao and 50 to opera singer Chris Mann. The Grammy-winning coach said she found it impossible to compare two completely different, unique, and talented artists.
After America's votes were factored in, Lindsey was eliminated and Chris was sent to the finals.
Coach Adam Levine gave the edge to former Mouseketeer Tony Lucca with 60 points, leaving 40 for insurance worker Katrina Parker. Although he said Katrina was the most improved contestant on the show, he felt a stronger connection with Tony.
America's votes helped Tony sail through to the finals.
Like Christina, coach Blake Shelton split his points down the middle, giving 50 to Alicia Keys’ backup singer Jermaine Paul and 50 to powerhouse vocalist Erin Willett. The country singer applauded both contestants for their courage, strength, and perseverance.
Ultimately, America's votes pushed Jermaine through to the final round.
Team Cee Lo
In a surprising decision, coach Cee Lo Green awarded rocker Juliet Simms the higher score with 60 points, leaving Jamar Rogers with 40. Although Jamar's performances had been consistent throughout the entire competition, it was Juliet who blew it out of the water last night with her rendition of "It's a Man's Man's Man's World."
After America's vote, Juliet rounded out the final four as the only girl left standing.
How do you feel about the outcome of tonight's show? Was your favorite contestant sent packing?
Lindsay Dreyer is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @LindsayNYC.