During Monday night's performance show, every remaining finalist got to perform a song either selected by themselves or suggested for them by their coaches. Each singer was also advised by a former The Voice coach -- Gwen Stefani, Cee Lo Green or Usher.
On "Team Pharrell," Koryn Hawthorne from Abbeville, LA, delivered a haunting performance of "Girl On Fire."
All the coaches gave her a standing ovation. Adam said Koryn has made the biggest leap of anyone on the show in terms of improvement and progress. Christina noted she's absolutely thriving in the competition when other artists might be buckling under pressure. Pharrell called the performance "inspirational."
Christina's team member Kimberly Nichole from Seattle, WA, also shined once again. Kimberly has been a frontrunner from the start and she continued to impress with her unusual rendition of "Creep."
Kimberly also received a standing ovation from the four coaches. Pharrell said she took control over the entire nation and it was "masterful." Adam noted her version of the song was "powerful, so unique and super amazing."
Blake admitted it was the type of performance a normal artist might spend months rehearsing for when she only had a week. And Kimberly's coach Christina was just in "awe," calling the performance "crazy" good.
Below is a list of the remaining Top 8 artists and what they performed:
- Adam's Joshua Davis from Traverse City, MI, with "Fields of Gold."
- Blake's Hannah Kirby from Sulphur Springs, TX, with "We Don't Need Another Hero."
- Blake's Corey Kent White from Bixby, OK, with "When I See You Smile."
- Pharrell's Sawyer Fredericks from Fultonville, NY, with "Simple Man."
- Christina's India Carney from Brooklyn, NY, with "Over the Rainbow."
- Blake's artist Meghan Linsey from New Orleans, LA, with "Something."
During Tuesday night's results show of The Voice on NBC, two artists will go home no matter what team they are on. The bottom-three vote-getters will have a chance to sing for the "Instant Save," but only one of them will stay in the competition.