Australian singer-songwriter Tones and I performed next. Then Team Kelly’s country singer Jake Hoot made it into the finals.
Former Voice contestant and member of Team Kelly, Kaleb Lee, returned to the show to sing his new single "I Dream in Southern," which he sang with his former coach. Team Blake’s Ricky Duran was the last singer to automatically advance to the finals.
Team John’s Will Breman and Marybeth Byrd were both eliminated, and Byrd was a particular surprise. That left Team Kelly’s Hello Sunday, Team Blake’s Kat Hammock and Team Gwen’s Rose Short to sing for the final spot.
Hello Sunday went first, singing "Chandelier" by Sia. They had a creative take on the song, transforming it by turning it into a duet. They showcased range and strong harmonies, and it was very exemplary of who they are as performers.
Hammock was up next, singing "You’ve Got A Friend" by Carole King. She kept the vocals simple, but it wasn’t the most standout song choice for the high-stakes situation. But she sang well and didn’t have any pitch issues.
Short, Stefani’s only chance at being represented in the finals, was next. She sang Aretha Franklin’s "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," and it reiterated how shocking it was for her to be in the position in the first place. She has consistently been one of the best overall vocalists this season.
Indeed, Short joined the others in the final four, and all coaches will be represented in the finale. The finals air Monday night on NBC.
This article originally appeared in THR.com.