After thousands of auditions, it all comes down to the final five on “The Voice”. Kelly, John, and Nick each have one singer in the finals, but Blake has two chances to win his eighth trophy with two singers in the finals after Jordan Matthew Young won the instant save last week.

The singers will perform twice – a personal dedication song and an upbeat song that shows who they are.

Team Kelly’s Kenzie Wheeler gets the night of music started off with “Heartland” by George Strait. Kelly blocked Blake to get Kenzie. Kelly is out of her chair clapping and dancing. Carson said that it was a great way to start off the finale. Blake said it was good and he sounded great. Kelly called the performance amazing; adding that it felt like being at a live show.

Team Legend’s Victor Solomon dedicated his song – “I Can’t Make You Love Me” by Bonnie Raitt – to the love of his life. John was on his feet. Nick loved the dedication; adding that it was a phenomenal performance. Nick said that Victor is so creative vocally. Coach John agreed with Nick; adding that Victor has shown so many sides of himself.

Team Blake’s Jordan Matthew Young sang “Key to the Highway”. Blake yelled, that’s what I’m talking about. John said that he loves what Jordan brings to the show; adding that Jordan is the best dressed man this season. Blake thanked Jordan for rocking the stage.

Rachel Mac dedicates her song – “I Hope You Dance” – to her eight month old nephew Ezra. Kelly said that the sweetness of Rachel’s voice is so sweet; adding it was a job well done. Coach Nick noted that Rachel is the only female remaining and a one chair turn.

Coach Blake takes the stage to perform his newest single “Minimum Wage”.

Blake’s fiancee Gwen Stefani and namy of the singers that were a part of Team Blake over the past 10 years send messages of congratulations to Blake Shelton on his tenth anniversary on “The Voice”. Blake noted that all of the people who sent messages are making a living with music.

Team Blake’s second singer Cam Anthony dedicates his song to people…all people and faith and love with “Stand Up” from “Harriet”. Cam brought all of the coaches to their feet. John said that Cam is ready for any stage he wants to be on; adding that Cam has everything to be a superstar artist. Cam said that he looks up to John. Coach Blake said that the only thing bigger than Cam’s talent is his heart.

Kenzie returns with his emotional dedication to his hometown Dover, Florida – a seventh generation Floridian Kenzie performed “The Keeper of the Stars”. Nick said that Kenzie has been so far to watch this season; adding that he has made a lot of people in Florida proud. Kelly said that Kenzie doesn’t know just how talented he is; adding that his purpose in life is to make music and tell stories.

Rachel Mac returns to perform the Fleetwood Mac song “The Chain”. John said that it was so fun to watch; adding that it was powerful. John said it was a great song choice. Nick said that he has missed live music and felt like it was a concert he didn’t want to end.

Jordan returns to dedicate his performance of “Stay” by Rihanna to both of his grandmothers who impacted his life but are no longer alive. Nick says that Jordan has such a cool voice and is excited to buy his record when it comes out. Nick noted that Jordan can do it all. Blake noted that Jordan showed them another level of himself.

Cam returns with the Bon Jovi hit “Wanted Dead or Alive”; saying that he wants to celebrate his time on the show. Cam noted that his family used to rock out to the song. Kelly was surprised by the song choice; saying that he nailed it. Blake noted that there are people born with people…then there are people like Cam who can do anything.

Victor returns to close out the night of music with “Freedom” by Beyonce and brought the house down. Kelly called the performance awesome. She wants to know when the tour stars because she will be there. John said that he has never seen anything like it on “The Voice” stage; adding that it was incredible.

On Tuesday night the new winner will crowned in a two hour grand finale filled with all star performances.