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Last night on The Voice results show, viewers witnessed one contestant get her hopes and dreams crushed... while another returned to realize all of hers.

Yes, Holly Tucker was sadly sent home - but Season 3 champion Cassadee Pope took to the stage that made her famous and debuted her new track, "Wasting All These Tears."

The song is off Tucker's upcoming solo album, which will be available in October.

Give it a listen now and sound off: What do you think?

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We are down to The Final 5 on The Voice.

Following a performance show that was especially heavy on country, this NBC favorite eliminated another contestant last night, as it inches its way ever closer to crowning a champion.

The Voice Season 4 Coaches Photo

And with Michelle Chamuel, Sasha Allen, Danielle Bradbery and Amber Carrington deemed safe, the two acts in jeopardy were The Swon Brothers and Holly Tucker, with Carson Daly then announcing...

... TUCKER would be going home.

Holly was quickly reduced to tears as the show went off the air and we were left to ponder: Did America make the right call? Vote now:

 

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The Voice went just a little bit country last night.

Okay, it went A LOT bit country, as artists covered included Martina McBride, Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood. Not that we're complaining: those ladies can bring it!

But could the remaining six contestants do the same?

With a spot in the semifinals at stake, Amber Carrington and Michelle Chamue likely fared best, while The Swon Brothers really need to be voted out already. It's just their time.

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There was a simple and shocking fact lost amidst the the controversy of Adam Levine saying he hates the country:

Sarah Simmons and Judith Hill are no longer contestants on The Voice. They were surprisingly eliminated on Tuesday night's results show.

The Voice Singers

And while both women were upset over the outcome, they told E! News soon afterward that Levine may have been even more distressed.

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SPOILER ALERT:

Last night on The Voice results show, favorites Judith Hill and Sarah Simmons were voted off, leaving many viewers in shock.

But Adam Levine has now given fans a different reason for surprise: a hot microphone caught him muttering "I hate this country" not long after after Amber Carrington was "saved by America," as Carson Daly announced.

Watch and listen now:

It's unclear what exactly Levine meant, considering he made the remark after his own team member was deemed safe.

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The top 8 were great, but only 6 will now remain in the mix.

Yes, following a live performance show on Memorial Day night - one that covered such artists as Adele, Justin Bieber and The Judds - Daniele, Michelle and company learned their fate on this week's results episode.

Did your favorite make the cut? Did America press the right buttons? Debate the fate below of the eliminated contestants, whose identity are...

The Voice Final 8

... Judith Hill and Sarah Simmons!

So much for risk-taking, huh? We did NOT see these eliminations coming. What do you think?

Did American make the right choice this week?

 

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From Adele to Bruno Mars to Justin Bieber, the remaining eight contestants on The Voice tackled this generation's biggest artists last night.

Did frontrunner Daniele Bradbery and Michelle Chamuel maintain that position?

Which four finalists really seemed to separate themselves from the talented pack?

Watch all EIGHT performances below and then sound off below: Who will go home tonight? Who is in the best position to win it all?

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Kicking off The Voice results show last night was a tribute to Oklahoma tornado victims, as resident coach Blake Shelton hails from that very state.

He and wife Miranda Lambert live just 100 miles away from Moore, the city devastated by the massive Oklahoma tornado that killed at least 24 people.

The duo offered a subdued performance of their hit song "Over You" in tribute, while donation information for The Red Cross was presented on-screen.

Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton co-wrote the song in honor of Blake’s older brother who passed away when he was a teenager, so it was a fitting choice.

Watch their moving performance below:

Blake, Miranda and countless others invite you to help the Oklahoma tornado victims by donating at redcross.org or calling 1-800 HELP NOW.

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The Top 8 finalists have been announced on The Voice results show.

Monday, the surviving members of Team Usher, Team Adam, Team Blake and Team Shakira sang their hearts out - for two hopefuls, it was their final effort.

Who advanced after America selected its best 8 from the 10?

Let's find out!

Adam and Blake on The Voice

There's no requirement that a certain team have any number of singers, so it's everyone for himself/herself at this point after the rehearsals conclude.

The Voice results for the Top 10 performances were as follows:

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Season 4 of The Voice is rapidly separating the contenders from the pretenders.

Only 10 contestants remain, with eight spots to fill and minimal margin for error.

Who shone brightest in their attempt to move on Monday night? Let's find out!

For Team Adam, Sarah Simmons really brought out the love in the judges. She wanted to do something upbeat, and chose “Mama Knows Best.”

The first note was incredible, and it only got better from there ... Blake could barely contain himself. Usher gushed as well (at least by his standards).

Adam mostly loved “hearing Blake wet his pants over you.” Don't we all?

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