Adam Levine found himself in the hot seat on Monday night.
The longtime coach on The Voice felt the ire of the internet last week when he urged viewers to vote to save Reagan Strange, despite her not being well enough to perform in the sing-off.
In the process, he threw his other act, DeAndre Nico, under the bus, and everyone seemed mad at him.
Last week “was a strange week, but it’s over now,” Adam said to Reagan. “DeAndre’s my boy. I love him. We talked. It’s all good.”
Viewers later got to witness a video call between DeAndre and Reagan later in the night; the former had nothing but praise for his 14-year-old former teammate.
“Do your best, man,” DeAndre said, “and stay positive.”
It's classy for DeAndre to throw some support Reagan's way, especially when you consider the backlash to this whole thing that could have been avoided.
If you thought Adam was ready to say anything else about it, you were wrong. Carson Daly seemingly decided against asking him much about the performers.
As for Reagan Strange's big performance? It was meh.
The youngster went with Calum Scott's "You Are the Reason," and while the youngster has proven to have a solid voice, this was not the best song for her.
It was just all over the place, and her nerves were also to blame. By this stage of the game, you should be acclimated with performing live.
It makes sense that viewers wanted Reagan gone for that reason, but it remains to be seen whether Tuesday will be her big goodbye.
The best performance of the night was Kennedy Holmes and her rendition of "This Is Me."
She pulled out all the stops to ensure this Greatest Showman song was performed perfectly. She even put her own spin on it, to boot.
Whether viewers will vote for her is another story because, well, the viewer vote is never a sign of quality.
As for the worst performance of the night?
That honor goes to Sarah Grace who went with "Sign of the Times" by Harry Styles.
There wasn't anything remotely likable about this number. From shaky vocals to awkward moves, there was something off about the rendition from the get-go.
The true test will be whether she winds up in the bottom three, which could really go either way.
Who did you like best on the night?
Did Adam Levine make a mistake?
Hit the comments below.
The Voice continues Tuesday at 8/7c.