The final 8 sang their hearts out for America's vote on 'The Voice.'  Blake Shelton has Jermaine Paul and Erin Willett left in the competition.  One will go home and one will compete in next weeks finals.  Who stood out?  From Blake's team, it was Jermaine for me.  Although Erin was great, Jermaine picked the perfect song with Journey's 'Open Arms' and nailed it.

Unfortunately for Team Blake, it was rocker Juliet Simms from Cee Lo Green's team, who stole the show.  She slayed James Brown's 'It's a Man's World' prompting the judges to declare her the one to beat.

Jermaine Paul 'Open Arms'

Erin Willett 'Without You'

Juliet Simms 'It's a Man's World'

Chris Mann from Team Christina, went back to his operatic roots.  His version of 'Ave Maria' was flawless, but will America get behind an opera singer?  He may make it to the finals over Lindsey Pavao who sang 'Skinny Love,' a song I'd haven't heard.

Chris Mann 'Ave Maria'

Jamar Rogers may be the most unlucky guy in the competition.  He put his own spin on Simply Red's 'If You Don't Know Me By Now' and killed but.   But he's up against Juliet on Team Cee Lo.  Since she had the performance of the night, I don't see him moving on.  Against anyone else in the competition, maybe.

Jamar Rogers 'If You Don't Know Me By Now'

Kristina Parker may be the one to represent Adam Levine in the finals.  She did Lauren Hill justice with 'Killing Me Softly.'  Since Tony Lucca choose a song not as familiar, with 'How Do You Like Me Now,' not Toby Keith's version, she may have America's vote.

Kristina Parker 'Killing Me Softly'



In addition to the individual performances, Team Christina and Team Blake teamed up for Lady Gaga's 'Edge of Glory.' Blake Shelton also took the stage to debut his new song 'Over.'

The Top 8 will be narrowed down to the final 4 tonight on NBC.  Last year's final 4 will also return to the stage.  Tune in at 9 for all the action or tomorrow morning at 8:10 for a recap.