The Top 8 remaining contestants on season 11 of NBC’s “The Voice” participated in the semi-finals round on Monday, Dec. 5.
During the broadcast, each artist performed twice — once as a duet and another time solo — in the hopes of making it into the final phase of the competition.
At one point, Team Blake’s only member Sundance Head joined forces with Team Adam’s country contestant Josh Gallagher for a spirited version of “Feelin’ Alright,” made famous by the legendary Joe Cocker.
In this video, both artists take the stage armed with their acoustic guitars and sporting their respective signature hats. Sundance showcases his raspy vocals on the upbeat tune’s first verse, while Josh unveils his twangy pipes on the second verse. Midway through the song, the two let loose taking leads on various parts of the hit.
Surprisingly enough, this isn’t the first time that Sundance and Josh shared the stage. Earlier in the season, they faced off for the grueling knockout rounds. They both appeared on Team Blake at the time and took turns wailing out impressive versions of their own song choices. Sundance won over Blake with his rendition of coach Miley Cyrus’ hit “The Climb,” while Josh got booted after his performance of the Brooks & Dunn’s smash “My Maria.” But, of course, Josh didn’t go home. He was saved by coach Adam Levine.
The next episode of “The Voice,” which airs on Dec. 6, is sure to be a nail biter. Half of the eight contestants will get the boot, while the other half will move into the final week. You can keep up with “The Voice” on Monday and Tuesday nights on NBC.