The Top 6 remaining contestants on Season 4 of NBC's "The Voice" will sing Monday night during a two-hour broadcast to determine who will advance to the semifinals and the final four next week.
Blake Shelton and his team have dominated since the Top 16 formed several weeks ago. Team Adam Levine also had a strong presence as the rounds progressed but two of the Maroon 5 front man's competitors, Judith Hill and Sarah Simmons, were shown the door last week.
Shelton has three of the Top 6 competitors left in the competition: Holly Tucker, The Swon Brothers and Danielle Bradbery. Amber Carrington from Team Adam, Michelle Chamuel from Team Usher and Sasha Allen from Team Shakira make up the rest of the Top 6.
Each of the Top 6 competitors will perform two songs Monday night, as opposed to the usual one song they had sung per week up to this point. If any of the contestant's performances Monday night hits the Top 10 on the iTunes chart, he or she would receive a 10x multiplier from the iTunes votes.
Only Danielle Bradbery has received that bonus this season with her performance of "Heads Carolina, Tails California" during the Top 10 round.
The singers will receive the results of America's votes Tuesday night and those with the two lowest totals will be sent home.
The competition appears to be pretty wide open at this point, but Amber Carrington and Holly Tucker were in danger of going home last week. The two must turn in stellar performances Monday to make it to the semifinals.