"The Voice" Top 6 faced elimination on Tuesday night and Holly Tucker was sent packing. The singer from Team Blake burst into tears when she found out it was the end of the road for her on Season 4.
But Blake Shelton still has two more singers in the competition. Team Usher's Michelle Chamuel was the first to move on to the Top 5, followed by Team Shakira's Sasha Allen, Team Blake's Danielle Bradbery, Team Adam's Amber Carrington (which led Adam to fall off his chair) and Team Blake's The Swon Brothers, who beat out Holly for the final spot.
Before the dreaded "Voice" elimination, Season 3 winner Cassadee Pope returned to the stage to sing her new single "Wasting All These Tears." "I feel very grateful to be back," Cassadee said. The singer said her album will be out in October and she'll be opening for the Rascal Flatts. As for her advice for the "Voice" Season 4 competitors, Cassadee said, "Be proud of yourselves and be proud of where you got."
Cassadee was followed by Michelle Chamuel and birthday girl Sasha Allen, who kicked off the duets with their upbeat performance of Madonna's "Open Your Heart." Later, Holly Tucker and The Swon Brothers sang The Wreckers' "Leave the Pieces" and Danielle Bradbery and Amber Carrington closed out the duets for the evening with their take on The Bangles' "Eternal Flame."
What do you think of this week's "Voice" elimination? Should Holly have stayed? Who do you hope wins "The Voice" Season 4? Sound off in the comments!
"The Voice" airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
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