The Top 5 sang for only 3 spots in 'The Voice' finals next week. Cole Vosbury went country for #TeamBlake, but Tessanne Chin created troubled waters for Blake Shelton's fourth straight win.

Cole Vosbury

Cole Vosbury saluted Garth Brooks by singing 'Shameless.' His coach Blake Shelton was one proud papa after Cole's performance, saying 'Incredible job, dude.'  Win or lose, someone should call Garth and get the #ColeTrain on Garth's 2014 World Tour.

Tessanne Chin

Saving the best for last, Tessanne Chin from Adam Levine's team had the performance of the night with 'Bridge Over Troubled Waters,' creating problems for #TeamBlake. If that was her final performance, she'd have won this season. The last note was 16 seconds long. I timed it. WOW! Plus, she just seems like the nicest person ever.

Jacquie Lee

The youngest in the competition, Jacquie Lee toned things down with 'Angel.' There was a lot less screaming and she still sounded amazing, especially at 16 years old, but it wasn't her best, despite what her coach Christina Aguilera thinks.

Will Champlin and James Wolpert from #TeamAdam were good as well, but not outstanding. Of the two, Will outperformed James, who may be in trouble this week, especially since he was in the bottom two last week.

Two will go home tonight, leaving 3 in the finals next Monday night. Last season's winner Danielle Bradbury, and The Swon Brothers from Team Blake, will perform on tonight's elimination show. Tune in to NBC at 9pm to see who goes home. Who do you think it'll be? My head is saying James and Cole. My heart hopes it's James and Will, or even James and Jacquie.

Cole Vosbury 'Shameless'

Tessanne Chin 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'

Jacquie Lee 'Angel'

Will Champlin 'Carry On'

James Wolpert 'With or Without You'

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