On The Voice's Tuesday semifinal show, coaches Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, CeeLo Green and Blake Shelton each lost a singer, leaving one finalist per team to vie for a record deal in next week's finals.
Coaches were given 100 points to split between their two finalists. Those points, combined with America's votes, determined who was sent through.
Results were revealed in due time, but the show was also peppered with performances from Voice alumni.
Former Voice finalist from Team Blake, Dia Frampton, opened the show with Kid Cudi's Don't Kick the Chair.
Then Team Christina's results were revealed. Christina split her 100 points evenly between opera singer Chris Mann and coffeehouse singer Lindsey Pavao, so America's votes determined who would advance.
It was Chris.
Lindsey said, "Christina, thanks for making my dreams come true."
Last season's Vicci Martinez performed Come Along with former coach CeeLo.
Team Adam was up next. Adam gave indie pop singer Katrina Parker 40 points and former Mouseketeer Tony Lucca 60 points. "I believe that you're both equally talented. My connection with Tony could lead him to win this thing," said Adam. Those points, combined with America's votes, sent Tony to the finals. Katrina said, "Thank you to Adam for believing in me. Thank you to everyone who works on this show."
Beverly McClellan from Christina's team last season performed Cyndi Lauper's Money Changes Everything with Lauper.
The Voice's first winner, Javier Colon, played piano and sang A Drop in the Ocean.
On Team Blake, points were divided evenly between powerhouse Erin Willett and former Alicia Keys back-up singer Jermaine Paul. America voted to send Jermaine to the finals. "I never thought that I would be this far in this competition. This show is life-changing," said Erin.
Team CeeLo was last to go. CeeLo allocated 60 points to rocker Juliet Simms and 40 points to comeback kid Jamar Rogers.
CeeLo said, "I wanted to be honest, critical and fair. Juliet's performance last night was so obviously beautiful and striking and strong." CeeLo's points, combined with America's votes, sent Juliet through. "I never thought I would make it this far. Thank you," said Jamar.
Next week: The finals on NBC, Monday, 8 ET/PT.