Cole Vosbury goes country and Ray Boudreaux gave us more lovin' for #TeamBlake but it was 16 year old Jacquie Lee who had the standout moment of the night on 'The Voice.'

Cole Vosbury proved he can sing anything with Vince Gill's 'I Still Believe In You.'  Coach Blake Shelton believes, saying 'nobody else sounds quite like you Cole.'

Cole Vosbury 'I Still Believe in You'

Ray Boudreaux gave us all some lovin' and had Shelton saying he had 'swag' after his performance of 'Gimme Some Lovin.''

Ray Boudreaux 'Gimme Some Lovin''

#TeamBlake needs to keep an eye on 16-year-old Jacquie Lee who had the performance of the night with 'Who's Lovin' You.' I say it every week. I CAN NOT believe she can sing like that at age 16!  This girl is going places, win or lose.

Jacquie Lee 'Who's Lovin' You'

Will Champlin took an Etta James classic and blew everyone away.  I've never heard a man sing 'At Last,' but it worked. I doubt Will will be going home tonight after that performance.

Will Champlin 'At Last'

James Wolpert opened the show with the Queen classic 'Somebody to Love.' He sang so well Freddy Mercury would be proud.  His coach Adam Levine was proud, saying James could go on the road and sing with Queen any day.

James Wolpert 'Somebody to Love'

The Top 8 will become the Top 6 tonight after 2 more are sent home.  Tune in NBC at 9pm to find out which 3 are in the bottom and who will move on with the #InstantSave on Twitter.

My prediction is Caroline Pennell, who was in the bottom last week, will be in trouble once again.  If she is sent home, Cee Lo Green will have no one left in the competition. Who do you think is going home?