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"The Voice" - Final four take the stage

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The votes have been cast and tonight, fans of "The Voice" will find out which singers are advancing to next week's final round.

Singing for a spot in the finals was not the only pressure last night for Scotsman Terry McDermott.

"Frankly, I was concentrating more on the fact that I was singing a Paul McCartney song

that had to be cleared for me by Paul McCartney, so that was my main concern," he says.

For Nicholas David the concern was an artistic difference of opinion with coach Cee Lo Green about the approach to his performance.

Trevin Hunte had the added pressure of singing first last night, and the 18 year old admitted being a bit overwhelmed by the moment.

"I feel like, because I was so emotional, I kinda held back. I know that there's a lot more in me and I can't even say if I do go home tomorrow that I would be a loser," he says.

Cassadee Pope is hopeful that her rendition of a country hit by keith urban was enough to keep her around for another week.

"I feel really good about my performance, but I saw the other three performances and they're just so incredible. It's a guessing game at this point," she says.

A game that will see one singer eliminated tonight on NBC.

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