It was a tough night for 'The Voice' coach Blake Shelton, who had to focus on the competition while his home state of Oklahoma was devastated by tornadoes.

Host Carson Daly opened the show by sharing his thoughts and prayers for those affected and asked how Blake's family was 'They're going through hell right now. When we went live I finally had to set my phone down. The bad news just keeps coming in.  A lot of fatalities.  It makes it hard to sit here and do this tonight but I have a job to do and my team's counting on me, so here I am. My family is luckily all ok.'

Holly Tucker

Holly Tucker sang an appropriate song for the moment, giving hope with the gospel song 'How Great Thou Art.'  Blake called it her 'breakout moment.' Hillary Scotty of Lady Antebellum was moved to tears.

Holly Tucker 'How Great Thou Art'

The Swon Brothers

The Swon Brothers stuck to their country roots, singing Randy Houser's 'How Country Feels.' The brothers, who are also from Oklahoma sent their thoughts and prayers to their family and friends, along with everyone else affected.

The Swon Brothers 'How Country Feels'

Danielle Bradbery

Danielle Bradbery didn't provide any high notes or crazy runs, like she can seem to do with no problems. Instead she showed her fun side with Jo Dee Messina's 'Head Carolina, Tails California' and had Usher packing his bags to anywhere with her. It blows me away every time Danielle sings, that she's only 16 years old.

Danielle Bradbery 'Heads Carolina, Tails California'

Two more will be sent home tonight and I think Team Blake is safe. Tune in to NBC to see who makes it through.