"The Voice" now has its final three, and it's Michelle Chamuel versus Team Blake.
That means all of Team Blake — Danielle Bradbery and both Swon Brothers.
The country-and-proud-of-it team helmed by the country-and-proud-of-it star survived Tuesday night's eliminations intact, ensuring that dark horse Michelle would be the indie-pop wild card in a honkytonking finale next week.
With Tuesday's eliminations, both Team Adam and Team Shakira were felled with one blow, as Shakira's Broadway-cum-soul diva Sasha Allen and Adam's country-cum-pop belter Amber Carrington prepared to pack their bags.
But the big news didn't come, of course, without a song and dance first (or several).
Fallout Boy kicked off the evening, performing their new single "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark." Afterward, a handful of past "Voice" runners-up — Tony Lucca, Nicholas David and Terry McDermott — took the stage to perform and remind the current contestants that their careers as rock stars won't end when their stint on "The Voice" does.
The final five "Voice" contestants (the Swon Brothers count as one, of course) performed, too, a countrified take on the Poison power ballad "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" — but not before the announcement of the first singer heading to next week's finals.
The lucky first contestant saved by America's votes, and spared the suspense of the rest of the show?
Michelle, again. For the third week in a row, she was the first singer sent offstage in relief, and Tuesday night, she looked equal parts flummoxed and grateful for the honor, high-fiving her coach-turned-pal Usher on her way offstage.
Next saved, after the Poison cover, was the name nobody was surprised to hear announced, that of 16-year-old country darling Danielle.
With that, all three remaining contestants — Amber, Sasha and the Swon Brothers — said their just-in-case thanks to their coaches, knowing only one of them would be sticking around once Carson Daly made the announcement.
"You could line up every superstar in the world, past and present, and we couldn't ask for a better coach," the Swon Brothers told Blake.
And their praise may have had some truth in it, if the finals' line-up is any indication. The Swon Brothers' names were announced next, earning a look of shock from the pair and a good-natured pout from Shakira. She grasped Adam's hand in solidarity, both coaches now out of the running for the "The Voice" title.
"The Voice" airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8/7c.