Last night, the final four contestants on The Voice were announced – Adam Levine‘s Billy GilmanBlake Shelton‘s Sundance Head, Alicia Keys‘ Wé McDonald and Adam’s Josh Gallagher.


The first one through was Gilman, which everybody saw coming. He has been a fan favorite the entire season. After his stunning performance of Celine Dion‘s “Surrender,” they brought out OneRepublic and gave a tour of the Hairspray Live! set.

Next contestant safe was Sundance Head, keeping a bit of country in the competition. Hannah Huston, last season’s third place winner, performed next, before they announced 16-year-old McDonald’s final four acceptance.

Team Miley Cyrus‘s Aaron Gibson and Team Adam’s Brendan Fletcher were then cut, when the show announced that the three performers given a chance at the last coveted spot were Team Miley’s Ali Cladwell, Gallagher and Team Alicia’s Christian Cuevas.

They each performed and Gallagher was voted in via Twitter that night. He performed country song “I Drive Your Truck,” which seemed an odd choice, considering Team Blake’s Sundance Head was already through to the finals, but it seems the fans wanted a little more country after all.

”This guy has been constantly getting better and better,” Levine said of Gallagher, imploring his fans to vote. ”You have more to give, Josh, and I truly believe that next week you’ll have the best performance you’ve had on this show.”

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