Monday's episode of The Voice featured live performances from Team Cee Lo and Team Adam.
And while the results show is not until Tuesday night, The Voice was in rare form from beginning to end.
Tulsa-connected Jamar Rogers was saved until the show's end and for good reason, considering his increasing fan-favorite status.
Singing "Are You Gonna Go My Way," Rogers brought the house to its feet, coaches included.
His rendition of the Lenny Kravitz original had Adam Levine doting on the former Broken Arrow artist.
"Forget teams. Forget ego. You embody what this show is. What you just did," he told Rogers.
But Rogers has competition.
Also singing for Team Cee Lo:
Juliet Simms, who received massive praise from all four coaches; James Massone, who exhibited a newly refined approach that had audience females swooning; Erin Martin, who "Walked Like An Egyptian" with her unique singing style and modelish good looks; Tony Vincent brought back the '80s; and Cheesa, whose strong vocals impressed again.
And then there's Team Adam.
Starting off the night, Katrina Parker fought through the sniffles to sing "Believe Mn Me"; Tony Lucca sang his former Mickey Mouse Club heart out; Kim Yarbrough rocked Adele's "In The Deep"; Mathai sang a far from ordinary "Ordinary People"; Karla Davis did her best to unleash her inner "Bertha"; and Pip stepped out of his comfort zone.
At this point in the competition, it's anyone's ballgame. But the battle lines are drawn and in the words of Nelly, "It's getting hot in here."
The voting results for Monday's performances will be shown live at 8 p.m. Tuesday on NBC.