The Voice semi-finals aired last night leaving just four singers left in the competition.

THE VOICE SEMI-FINALS RECAP

The first contestant through to the finals is Team Blake Shelton‘s Chloe Kohanski, which comes as a surprise to no one. She has been fantastic this whole season, and brings Shelton’s tally to having a singer in the finals in 12 out of 13 seasons. Then we got a rousing performance of “Home” from Machine Gun Kelly, X Ambassadors, and Bebe Rexha.

Next through is Addison Agen, whom coach Adam Levine called a “unicorn” of a performer. We get a mostly a capella performance from Jennifer Hudson before host Carson Daly announces that Brooke Simpson (Team Miley Cyrus) is the third singer through to the finals.

After another performance from The Voice alumni, Daily announces which three singers will have a chance to be instantly saved. They are Adam Cunningham (Team Adam), Noah Mac (Team Jennifer), and Red Marlow (Team Blake), which means that Keisha Renee (Team Blake) and Davon Fleming (Team Jennifer) will not make it to the finals.

Marlow is the first up of the instant save performers. He sings “Dixieland Delight” by Alabama, and his rendition is fun, though doesn’t add anything that we haven’t seen from him before. Cunningham sings “Here’s a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares) by Travis Tritt. His performance is better than his others, but it would be pretty shocking if someone who has found himself in the bottom two twice in a row found himself in the finale. Mac sings Harry Styles’ “Sign of the Times” but his performance lacks intensity. The numbers that pop up during the commercials show a hot race between Mac and Marlow, which Cunningham trailing far behind.

And when we return, we see that Marlow has won the coveted fourth spot in next week’s finale. Team Jennifer is left with no performers going into the finals.

The team standings at the end of the semi-finals are:

Team Adam: Addison Agen
Team Miley: Brooke Simpson
Team Jennifer:
Team Blake: Chloe Kohanski, Red Marlow