The vocal dynamos of “The Voice” have some fan mail to answer.
The top 10 singers’ song selections were determined by viewers at home during the third round of live shows Monday night, with fans voting for the tunes they wanted to hear reimagined by their favorite contestant.
Bastola soared with an emotional cover of Alessia Cara’s “Scars to Your Beautiful.”
“I could really feel you in that performance,” Cabello told Bastola. “There’s such a soulful quality in your voice, but also in your presence.”
Cruse earned a standing ovation from all four coaches with her showstopping rendition of “Love on the Brain” by Rihanna.
“Your voice could simultaneously kill things and then bring them back to life, just like some kind of miracle,” Shelton told Cruse. “I don’t even know what to say to you anymore. Congratulations on being born that way.”
Here’s what else went down during Monday's episode.
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Team Gwen singers Justin Aaron and Kique charmed the coaches with their passionate performances.
Aaron dazzled with a heartfelt performance of soul ballad “Just Once” by Quincy Jones and James Ingram, with Stefani revealing afterward that she isn’t the only ardent Aaron fan.
“My parents also are No. 1 Justin fans. They were telling me that they were voting for you all day long,” Stefani told Aaron. “All of America is going to vote for you. You are a master.”
Kique captivated with his powerful cover of The Weeknd’s “Call Out My Name,” which Legend praised as “inventive.”
“Your voice is so rich,” Legend told Kique. “You make every song your own: You give it your personality, your flair. It just seems like you’re so daring every time you do a song.”
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Rowan Grace and bodie of Team Blake stunned with the sincerity of their emotive performances.
Grace slowed things down with a tender performance of “i love you” by Billie Eilish.
“You’re so natural with your dynamics and just being able to be really present in your heart when you sing,” Stefani told Grace. “That is just something that’s very rare, and then to be 17 and doing that right now on live TV. It was gorgeous. It was beautiful.”
Bodie floored the coaches with his commanding vocal delivery on his cover of JVKE’s “golden hour,” with Shelton suggesting it could be the “greatest performance that I've ever seen on this show.”
“You walked in here, and I felt starstruck by you,” Cabello told bodie. “You’re just such an artist. Everything about the way you express your ideas to your song choices, you’re different than anybody else here.”
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Camila Cabello gushes over Morgan Myles: 'You’re just a star'
Team Camila singer Morgan Myles, the last remaining vocalist on Cabello’s team, proved that she’s a formidable one-woman army.
Myles delivered a warm, powerhouse cover of “Tennessee Whiskey” by Chris Stapleton for her fans the Mylestones.
“My eyes hurt from how much you are absolutely shining up there,” Cabello told Myles. “You’re just a star.”
Legend was also impressed with Myles’ white-hot charisma.
“This was like an awards show performance,” Legend said. “I love seeing you fully in your element today. It felt like you were doing exactly what you’re supposed to be doing.”
To vote for any of the singers featured in the top 10, visit The Voice Official App or NBC.com/VoiceVote.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: 'The Voice': Blake Shelton bills JVKE cover as 'greatest performance'