The Voice Top 10 Recap: Christina Grimmie Covers Drake, Sisaundra Soars Again

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The coaches' role on The Voice is over (voting role, that is ... we still have their smiling faces and banter to look forward to). It's all in America's hands.

When the top 10 took the stage on The Voice Monday night for your votes, we didn't know quite what we'd see, but there were some definite favorites.

Sisaundra Lewis, as always, stunned us with her take on Steve Perry's "Oh Sherrie," while Christina Grimmie's cover of Drake brought the house down.

Scroll through all the performances from Season 6's second live show:

Christina Grimmie - Hold On, We're Going Home (The Voice)
Christina Grimmie pours her heart and soul into Drake's "Hold On, We're Going Home."

Christina Grimmie of Team Adam sang Drake's hit "Hold On, We're Going Home" and killed it, making for the night's most buzzed-about performance.

Sisaundra Lewis of Team Blake closed out the show with another amazing display, covering Journey's Steve Perry and cementing her frontrunner status.

Bria Kelly of Team Usher chose Avril Lavigne‘s “I’m With You” and she made it her own with huge, raspy notes. She did as well as you might expect her to.

Delvin Choice of Team Adam switched it up with a rocker performance to “Bright Lights,” proving he can make it happen with almost any selection.

Audra McLaughlin of Team Blake donned a floor-length gown and floored fans and coaches alike with her soaring vocals in her best effort thus far.

Kristen Merlin of Team Shakira sang Passenger‘s “Let Her Go.” No microphone malfunction this week, just her talent shining through and through.

Kat Perkins of Team Adam sang an awesome, raspy and soulful version of “Landslide," setting a high standard as the first performance of the night.

Jake Worthington of Team Blake took on a classic George Strait cover that was solid as always, but will it be what America votes for in numbers?

Tess Boyer of Team Shakira sang Paramore‘s “Ain’t It Fun," and lived up to the track's title. Tess’s performance was upbeat, and so was her voice.

Josh Kaufman of Team Usher had a tough act to follow, but pulled it off with a great show of “This Is It.” Think it will be enough to punch his ticket on?

Who do you think is in danger and who do you think has what it takes to advance to the Top 10 - and beyond? Share your comments on The Voice with us below!

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