Only five artists remain on "The Voice" following Tuesday night's results show -- and, shockingly, Sisaundra Lewis is not among them.
Sisaundra, a former vocal director for Celine Dion who competed for Blake Shelton's team, was eliminated. She was arguably the strongest performer this season.
Sisaundra's teammate, Audra McLaughlin, and Adam Levine protégé Delvin Choice were also dismissed.
Strangely, Team Adam's Kat Perkins -- who had fallen into the bottom three last week -- again survived thanks to the "instant save" votes cast by the viewers during the final minutes of the results show.
Blake clearly wasn't pleased with how it all played out. He tweeted, "Son of a b****....Damn it!!"
Before host Carson Daly made the announcement, each of these contestants performed for the fans at home. Sisaundra sang the Aretha Franklin classic "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman"; Audra covered The Band Perry's "DONE."; Kat belted out Heart's "Barracuda"; and Delvin took on Bruno Mars' "Young Girl."
The show featured two group performances. Audra, Kat, Team Blake's Jake Worthington and Team Shakira's Kristen Merlin collaborated on The Band Perry song "Chainsaw."
Sisaundra, Delvin, Team Adam's Christina Grimmie and Team Usher's Josh Kaufman sang "Latch," by Disclosure and Sam Smith.
For the second night in a row, Blake cracked a joke about Adam's new blond hairdo. He called his friend "Zack Morris," a reference to the blond "Saved by the Bell" character played by Mark-Paul Gosselaar. The semifinals round begins next Monday night on NBC.