Sarah Cassidy, Alys Williams, Mitchel Emms and Leanne Jarvis have all been eliminated from The Voice 2013 in this evening's results show.
This evening saw all twelve of the live finalists sing for the public's vote for the first time, but there was a twist.
Earlier, the coaches each chose one artist to send to next week's semi-finals as their 'fast pass' - with Ash Morgan, Joseph Apostol, Andrea Begley and Leah McFall making it through.
Viewers then voted for the remaining budding performers, and hosts Reggie and Holly revealed the results this evening.
On Team Jessie J, Matt Henry recieved the most viewer support, meaning Sarah Cassidy would be going home. "I feel like this show and being coached by Jessie has helped me grow, it's given me so much confidence," she said.
"The experience has been amazing and I thank everyone for it."
Meanwhile, Mike Ward was saved on Team Tom Jones, with Alys Williams - who was rejected from last year's series at the Blind Auditions - getting the chop. "It's been such a pleasure working with Tom, it's something I'll remember forever," mused Alys.
Later, following a guest performance from BRITs Critics Choice winner Tom Odell, it was revealed that Karl Michael will sing again for Team Danny O'Donoghue, with Mitchel Emms being eliminated.
"I tell you what, I never imagined even getting so far, and of course I'm extremely disappointed, I had more to show you," Mitchel commented.
"But I'm proud to be a loser from a small town who loves his rock, came on The Voice and got to the live shows."
Finally, Cleo Higgins made it through on Team Will.i.am, meaning it was curtains for Leanne Jarvis.
"I've enjoyed every minute," Leanne reacted. "It's been my dream to do a live show like this and to get the opportunity was amazing."
The eight remaining acts will sing again next Saturday night in the semi-finals, which will also see a performance from Avril Lavigne.