Tuesday is decision night on NBC's "The Voice"!
The votes have been counted, and the Top 10 now rests in America's hands.
On Monday night, Matthew Schuler sang "Hallelujah", and brought down the house. He made it all the way to number two on the iTunes top 100 chart. That gives Matthew an edge, because his votes are now multiplied by ten. He was the only artist to make the top ten on the iTunes chart.
There were some other amazing performances, however. 16-year-old Jacquie Lee made it to the #16 spot on the chart with her powerful performance.
Bearded rocker Cole Vosbury hit #31, and Will Champlin took the #33 spot with "Demons" by Imagine Dragons.
Three artists did not make it onto the chart: Josh Logan from Team Christina, Austin Jenckes from Team Blake, and Jonny Gray from Team CeeLo.
Tuesday night, viewers will find out who moves on in this competition, and you can have your say through Twitter.
Near the end of the show, America will get one final chance to save the artist they feel should move to the top ten by tweeting #VoiceSave along with the artist's name. Those tweets will then be counted, and that person will be saved. The other two artists will be sent home.
You can get more info about #VoiceSave here.
Along with the results on Tuesday's show, Sara Bareilles will also perform her breakout hit, "Brave".
Check out highlights of performances and one-on-one interviews with the artists here.
"The Voice" airs on News Channel 8 Monday night at 8:00 p.m. and Tuesday night at 9:00 p.m.
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