The Voice may be winding down, but the drama's only escalating.
With only four contestants remaining, each sang three songs for their performance lives.
To kick off the season's final performance show, Jermaine Paul gave R. Kelly a run for his money with "I Believe I Can Fly."
Paul later sang "God Gave Me You" by coach Blake Shelton and even sang a duet with the country star.
Juliet Simms fought through the sniffles as she sang the Gnarls Barkley hit "Crazy." Simms continued her rock goddess ways with "Freebird" and a Cee Lo duet of "Born To Be Wild."
Simms told 2NEWS Anchor Justin Wilfon on the red carpet after the show, "You know I wasn't really thinking about that at all. I was just in the zone, and it kind of felt like an out of body experience."
She also made it very clear she thinks highly of former Voice contestant and Tulsa native Jamar Rogers, who was with her on team CeeLo until last week.
"It was really tough actually," said Juliet about seeing Jamar sent home. "Him being in any sort of pain literally drove me to tears. I didn't like that at all."
Chris Mann began the night singing "The Prayer" with coach Christina Aguilera. Mann followed up his first opera-sized performance with more of the same, belting "The Voice Within" and Josh Groban's "You Raise Me Up."
Finally, Tony Lucca started his sing-song trilogy with "99 Problems." Coach Adam Levine joined Lucca on stage with a sit-down rendition of "Yesterday" next, capped off with Maroon 5's "Harder To Breathe."
You can watch the finale live on Channel 2 at 8 p.m. 2NEWS Anchor Justin Wilfon is in Hollywood awaiting the results.