Monday night the final four contestants each performed three times on The Voice's stage to impress America one more time to earn votes.
Wildcard contestant Damien was up first for the night, in which he sang A Song for You. He sang the song beautifully. Blake Shelton even thought so. "The way you just kind of float through a melody but with so much power, I mean, there's so much power in every note that you sing," he said.
Up next, Shelton's only contestant performed his original song, My Baby's Got a Smile on Her Face, which Shelton penned. Shelton told him, "That song was meant for you. It found its way to you."
Next up Chris Jamison and his coach Adam Levine took the stage together for a duet of Lost Without U by Robin Thicke. This performance really didn't wow, but it was still strong since Levine is known for picking songs that showcase his contestants as well as himself.
Matt McAndrew was up next with his original song, Wasted Love. Gwen Stefani told the Jersey native, "I completely got lost," while his coach said, "Matt McAndrew just sang his own song, that was not only just his own song, plus it was an amazing song. It's one of the best songs I've heard in my whole life."
Shelton then took the stage with Boyd for their duet of Boots On. Shelton and Boyd showcase an adorable bromance on stage and Shelton even took to Twitter last night to express his delight over his contestant.
So damn proud of @CWBYall I can't even express it. True talent.. I love an underdog.. Congrats my friend.
— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) December 16, 2014
Levine then took the stage again, but with Damien to sing Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me. Levine told Damien before they sang together, "I have been wanting to get up there with you for a while."
Jamison took the stage next to sing his original song, Velvet, which complimented his voice perfectly. Pharrell Williams told Jamison, "We are all watching this change, this metamorphosis."
Up next, Levine took the stage with McAndrew and they sang Lost Stars. Levine explained, "It's beautiful and passionate just like Matt."
Boyd then sang once more. He sang In Pictures. Stefani told him, "I am so happy for you, if you win or you don't win...you've already won."
Damien then performed his original song, Soldier, which the crowd seemed to love. The coaches were all standing by the end of his performance,
Jamison then tackled and nailed Justin Timberlake's Cry Me a River. Levine told him, "Chris, my young Jedi, welcome and congratulations."
McAndrew closed the night with his rendition of Somewhere Over the Rainbow, which earned him more praise from Levine. "There's so much chaos and so many things in the world to distract us ... At the end of the day, I felt honestly like the whole universe just paused for a second just to enjoy something that was so pure and just so simple bittersweet and perfect," Levine said.
Previously eliminated contestants from this season were in the audience watching the finale live, including Sugar Joans who said she'd "be jamming to" Jamison's original song. She also commented on Twitter that Damien and Levine's duet brought her to tears as seen below.
Chills and tears in my eyes @iamdamienmusic @adamlevine #VoiceFinale — SUGAR JOANS (@SugarJoans) December 16, 2014
Ryan Sill called the night "absolute perfection."
Tune in tonight at 9 p.m. ET on NBC to see who will be crowned the winner of Season 7 of The Voice.