After last week's performances, Team Christina Aguilera and Team Blake Shelton both saw their numbers cut in half last night on The Voice.
Two moved on from each team. Two went home.
Meanwhile, Team Cee Lo Green and Team Adam Levine performed and will face the chopping block next week. It's quite confusing, we know.
So who's moving on to the elite eight and who's likely to join them after powerhouse performances this week? Let's break it down below ...
Christina is crying. This is the toughest decision EVER. America voted to save Beverly McClellan, leaving Xtina to name the second survivor of the evening.
She adores everyone, but ultimately, Frenchie Davis moves on. Fitting that a pair of bald divas will be representing together (they're also the best singers).
Now for Team Blake. America saved Dia Frampton, while the country star cast his vote for Xenia, sending the two boys home in a bit of a surprise move.
Who will join Dia, Frenchie, Xenia and Bev in the final round? Teams Cee Lo and Adam laid it all on the line last night to make their case. Videos below ...
Team Cee Lo is up first. Singing sisters Tori and Taylor Thompson do their thing on “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.” They're quite the act, to say the least!
Team Adam’s Casey Weston is up next, singing KT Tunstall's "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree." She was out of her comfort zone, but did she kill it?
Vicci Martinez takes on Dolly Parton’s “Jolene,” sitting on a small circle with her guitar. The ambiance was different and her voice sounded strong.
Devon Barley did not wow the judges with his rendition of "Stop and Stare" by One Republic. The original song is significantly better. Bad sign ...
Nakia gives one of the best performances of the night with the Kings of Leon hit “Sex on Fire.” He sounds like he could front that band in a pinch.
Jeff sings “Jesus Takes the Wheel” and while we love any homage to our girl Carrie, this didn't quite pass muster. The outfit was also a distraction.
Cee Lo chose “Addicted to Love” for country Curtis Grimes. It was cooler in concept. He sang in what sounded like one note and with little emotion.
Closing out the night is Javier singing “Angel” from Sarah McLachlan. Maybe the song itself is just really emotional, but he sounded pretty great.
Well? Who do you think was the best of the bunch? Do you think the singers eliminated after last week's efforts deserved to go?
Sound off on all things The Voice below!