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The One Who Knocks is also The One Who Gets Buzzed About A Lot on Twitter.

Nielson has released a rundown of the 10 most Tweeted shows in 2013-2014, ranking programs by the number of times they were mentioned on that social media network between September 1, 2013 and May 25, 2014.

What does the list prove?

Ready to countdown the Top 10? Let's do this...

Dancing with the Stars
Did you see the latest Tango? How about that Rumba?!? Even through 18 seasons, Dancing with the Stars remains a must-Tweet event.

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Not only was Josh Kaufman crowned champion on The Voice results show last night, he got to perform with Robin Thicke and help "Get Her Back."

As the owner of one of the best voices in the business, it's no surprise that Thicke was asked to sing on the finale alongside eventual winner Kaufman.

The sexy, plaintive song choice - clearly an ode to Robin's estranged wife Paula Patton - was an interesting choice, however, as the duet with Josh:

While "Get Her Back" clearly holds deeper meaning for Robin than Josh, it was all about Kaufman Tuesday, and two looked to be having a great time together.

Thicke's voice was near perfect, as was Kaufman's, proving why the last surviving member of Team Usher was named The Voice after an epic Season 6.

Once you got past the lyrics, Josh stunned with his range, emotions and talent, holding his own with Robin and leaving us hoping for a future collaboration.

Check out more performances from The Voice season finale, including songs by Ed Sheeran, Tim McGraw and Josh's fellow finalists, after the jump:

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The Voice Season 6 closed out Tuesday on NBC with an epic results show featuring performances by Ed Sheeran, Tim McGraw, Robin Thicke and OneRepublic.

Yet not even they could not outshine the real star of the night: the winner.

Who Won The Voice?
The Voice Season 6 champion is crowned in May 2014. Who won it all?

Christina Grimmie (Team Adam), Josh Kaufman (Team Ursher) and Jake Worthington (Team Blake) each made coaches' chairs swivel during the blind auditions.

They consistently brought the competition to its knees, and the crowd to its feet, during multiple weeks of do-or-die battles and high-stakes playoff performances.

They brought out the votes of America early and often throughout the spring.

But there could be only one The Voice. Results? Follow the jump to see ...

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The Voice is down to its final three, and the aspiring singers took to the NBC reality show stage competing for America's votes for the last time Monday.

The good news? They were all terrific last night. The bad news?

Only one will be named The Voice on the results show tonight.

Who will it be? All bets are off as the sixth season draws to a close in epic fashion, with Jake Worthington, Christina Grimmie and Josh Kaufman vying for the crown.

So let's break down the performances, shall we? We shall.

Christina Grimmie - Wrecking Ball (The Voice America's Pick)
By popular demand, Christina Grimmie reprises her take on Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball."

Christina Grimmie of Team Adam, by popular demand, reprised her take on Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball." And it was even more awesome than the first time.

Seriously. She sings it better than Miley sings it, and with fewer sledgehammers tongued. Christina also sang Elvis' classic, "Can't Help Falling in Love."

Finally, she teamed up with her coach, Adam Levine, to sing Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know," and the twosome did a terrific job on that too.

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The Voice results show whittled down two artists from Monday's top five, and with the help of America (and Twitter), chose three semifinalists to move on to the finale.

As always, Carson Daly presented the safe artists with the good news, one by one, until the three bottom vote-getters remained, awaiting their fate via Twitter.

With only one spot left, the unlucky trio in danger was ...

The Voice Top 5: Semifinal Results Revealed
With a trip to the finals at stake, Kat Perkins, Christina Grimmie and Kristen Merlin await the results of the instant save.

Kristen Merlin, Kat Perkins and Christina Grimmie.

That means smooth crooner Josh Kaufman and country boy Jake Worthington are in the finals, which came as something of a surprise to many viewers.

Hoping for an instant save that will vault her into the finals along with them, Kristen Merlin put her all into a cover of Carrie Underwood's "Blown Away."

Kat looked for the instant save and a trip to the top three with a cover of that very same artist, belting out "Good Girl" in hopes of getting enough Tweets.

Finally, Christina took on OneRepublic's "Apologize." The final artist who will move on to The Voice Season 6 finale next Monday and Tuesday night is ...

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The Voice raised the stakes yet again this week as the five singers on the NBC reality show took to the stage competing for America's votes and a spot in the finals.

The good news? They were all solid. The bad news?

There are only three spots available to move on. That's right, two singers are going home tonight, and at this point, all bets are off as the sixth season winds down.

So let's break down the performances, shall we?

Christina Grimmie - Some Nights (The Voice)
Christina Grimmie pours her heart into fun.'s "Some Nights."

Christina Grimmie of Team Adam, the YouTube star poured her heart and soul into fun.'s "Some Nights" and Imogen Heap's "Hide and Seek."

Josh Kaufman of Team Usher covered OneRepublic's "Love Runs Out" and John Legend's current smash hit ballad "All of Me," nailing both.

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The Voice results show whittled down THREE artists from the Top 8 Tuesday with the help of America (and Twitter) to present us with our final five.

As usual, Carson Daly announced the safe artists first, one by one, until the bottom vote-getters remained onstage, awaiting their uncertain fates.

This week, with only one spot left, the unlucky foursome in danger was ...

The Voice Top 8 Instant Save, Elimination
Audra McLaughlin, Kat Perkins, Delvin Choice and Sisaundra Lewis wait anxiously to learn which one of them has been saved to the semifinals.

Sisaundra Lewis, Delvin Choice, Kat Perkins and Audra McLaughlin.

In a new format unveiled this spring, the singers in danger had to perform new songs to earn support they would need on Twitter to remain on the show.

Yeah, the format is always changing and confusing. But hey. It works.

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The stakes were higher than ever on The Voice Monday night, as the top eight took the stage competing your votes and five spots in next week's installment.

That's right, THREE singers are going home tonight, and while there will clearly be some dissent no matter who goes home, the favorites did shine Monday.

Let's break down the performances we saw, shall we?

Christina Grimmie - How to Love (The Voice)
Christina Grimmie gives her best to Lil' Wayne's "How to Love."

Christina Grimme of Team Adam covered Lil Wayne's "How to Love," and it was a surprising show-stopper, likely cementing her frontrunner status.

Sisaundra Lewis of Team Blake took it to the top with a cover of Ike and Tina Turner's "River Deep, Mountain High." She is always close to perfect.

Josh Kaufman of Team Usher nailed his take on Bon Iver's "I Can't Make You Love Me" in perhaps the best male performance of the Top 8 Monday.

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The Voice results show whittled down two artists from the Top 10 Tuesday with the help of America (and Twitter) to present us with our Top 8 on Tuesday.

After announcing that Gwen Stefani will join The Voice coaching panel next season along with Pharrell Williams, we got down to business last night:

As usual, Carson Daly announced the saved artists first, one by one, until the bottom three vote-getters remained onstage. Who would they be?

Kat Perkins - Paris Ooh La La (The Voice)
Kat Perkins performs "Paris (Ooh La La)" in an attempt to remain in the hunt on The Voice.

This week, the unlucky trio was Kat Perkins of Team Adam, Bria Kelly of Team Usher and Tess Boyer of Team Shakira, last week's Instant Save recipient.

In a new format unveiled last week, the bottom three then had to perform new songs to earn support they would need on Twitter to remain on the show.

Yeah, the format on this show can be a little ridiculous ... but we love it.

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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.

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