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After a very emotional night on The Voice, coaches Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine looked on as host Carson Daly revealed the top four contestants who will compete in the finale next week. 

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On Monday night, the coaches were asked to divvy up 100 points between their two contestants. Those totals combined with America's votes determined who would make it through to next week. 

First up was Christina's team, which consisted of Chris Mann and Lindsay Pavao. Christina split her points evenly among the two, but America's votes saved Chris and brought his total to 104 points. Lindsay was sent home.

When it came to Adam's group, the Maroon 5 frontman gave Tony Lucca 60 points, while Katrina Parker got 40. And although Christina warned Adam to think twice about putting all his money on Tony, turns out America agreed with Adam and Tony was saved with 108 points.  

Blake split his points 50/50 among his powerhouse team members Erin Willett and Jermaine Paul, but America swayed the vote completely toward Jermaine, who walked away with a total of 123 points and is soaring into the finale. 

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Lastly came the toughest moment of the night when Cee Lo's team, which consisted of two of the best performers on the show this season, Juliet Simms and Jamar Rodgers, faced elimination. Cee Lo gave Juliet 60 points and Jamar 40 points, and America agreed with him, bringing the rocker's final total to 121.

Juliet will face off against some strong male voices next week, but can she beat out the competition and be the first female singer to win the title of 'The Voice'? Share your thoughts! 

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