The Voice is down to its final three singers, and all three made their case last night as they laid their hearts, souls and (yes) voices on the line for votes.
Tessanne Chin, Will Champlin and Jacquie Lee sang their blind audition song, a duet with their coach and finally a personal selection on Monday.
At stage? A Universal Music Group recording contract and The Voice title. How did they do? Did anyone outshine the others? Let's take a look ...
Tessanne Chin owned the stage with her duet of "Let It Be" with her coach Adam Levine, then nailed Whitney Houston's classic "I Have Nothing."
"I know in my mind and in my heart you are the winner of this show," Levine blurted out after the "world-class" rendition. Do you agree with him?
Will Champlin went from Team Adam to Christina, back to Adam. Coach Levine shared his "profound respect" for the extremely talented musician.
He performed "Tiny Dancer" alongside the Sexiest Man Alive, then knocked it out of the park with Bryan Adams' "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You."
Jacquie Lee doesn't quit. Week after week the Team Christina singer has put a smile on her coach's face, and did it yet again last night and then some.
To hold your own against/with one of the best of all time is no small feat, but Lee did it with Aguilera in a jaw-dropping performance of "We Remain."
The two powerhouses connected, and later she wowed the crowd solo with the final, awe-inspiring performance of the night with "And I'm Telling You."
With such an evenly matched final three, the votes could go either way. The Season Five winner will be crowned soon enough, and they will be deserving.
Who do you think should win The Voice?