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Sherrill Fulghum Sherrill Fulghum
December 10th, 2012 11:06pm EST

It’s homecoming week on “The Voice” as the four semi finalists perform only one song in an hour long broadcast. 

 

Surprises awaited some of the singers on their trip home as Nicholas heard the heartbeat of his soon to be new baby and Terry was shocked to see his aunt and uncle who had flown in from Scotland.

 

Before the competition began between team Blake and team Cee Lo singer Michael Buble performed the Christmas classic “Baby, Please Come Home for Christmas”.

 

First up was Trevin Hunte with a performance of “Wind Beneath My Wings” that Christina called crazy great and Cee Lo praising Trevin’s amazingly beautiful voice.

 

Performing the Joe Cocker hit “You Are So Beautiful”, Adam called Nicholas one of the most soulful people he had ever met.  Cee Lo called the performance heartfelt.

 

Blake brought back all 16 of his team members from season three for a performance of “White Christmas”.

 

The last girl standing, Cassadee Pope performed the Keith Urban song “Stupid Boy”.  Christina called the performance passionate and in tune; adding they hada superstar on their hands.  Blake noted that Cassadee had the ability to connect with the lyrics.

 

Closing out the night was Terry McDermott with the rock classic “Let it Be”.  Adam said Terry did an incredible job.  Blake said that Terry had entered sacred ground; adding that only a few people should even attempt to perform the song and Terry was one of them; he added that the performance was musical perfection.

 

On results night only one singer will be eliminated in a performance filled night where “The Voice” alums Chris Mann, Juliet Simms, and RaeLynn return.