The Voice Top 5 took to the stage to perform two songs last night, with only three spots in next week's finals on the line. Who will claim them this evening?
Let's relive Monday's performances and find out, shall we?
Amber Carrington gave a heartfelt performance of Maroon 5's "Sad" and Katy Perry's "Firework." Will this be enough to propel her into the title round?
Katy personally wished her well, so she's got that in her favor!
Danielle Bradbery wowed The Voice coaches and the crowd with her take on "Who I Am" and "Please Remember Me." Will America be just as receptive?
Usher called her "amazeballs." For whatever that's worth.
Sasha Allen took "Bad Girls" to a new level, and took on Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You." She's got The Voice, literally, but is that enough?
Will she be the odd girl out on tonight's results show?
The Swon Brothers, Zach and Colton, tackled Bob Seger's classic, "Turn The Page" followed by "Danny's Song." The duo exceeded expectations again.
Think they could sneak into the finals?
Finally, Michelle Chamuel paid tribute to Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" and nailed Zedd's "Clarity," perhaps cementing herself as the unlikely favorite.
Is the singer the medicine for the world, as Usher puts it?
Leading up to Monday's semifinals, we wondered if the ladies pick the right songs and if the country acts would prove themselves. Do you think they did?
Tell THG in the comments: Can anybody stop Michelle?
Can Sasha avoid elimination? Who was the best/worst?
Sound off below on who you think should make it ...