In the second and final night of knockout rounds on The Voice 2013 proved to be filled with talent and intense competition. Though the winning competitors were a bit more apparent on April 30 than in the first night of knockouts, that doesn’t mean they were any less talented.

Pop rocker Michelle Chamuel impressed us not just with her vocal skills, but with her ability to do manly push ups. And though Holly Tucker’s song choice was a bit safe, that doesn’t take away from the fact that girlfriend can sang.

Latina singer Cáthia clearly stepped up her game beating coach favorite Ryan Innes and singing in English for the first time. She made mama Shakira proud singing Kelly Clarkson’s “Mr. Know It All” and wowed America in the process.

But the most moving performance of the night has to go to Team Usher’s Vedo. Fresh off the emotional loss of his mother, Vedo was ready to sing a ballad in memoriam of his recently departed parent.

Watching the singer’s emotion-fueled performance of Bryan Adams’s “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” we were wrapped up in the passion of the lyrics and the R&B singer’s flawless delivery.

He’s proven himself to be entirely capable of crossing genres while winning America’s heart at the same time. Do you agree with our pick? Tell us below!