UPDATE: 'The Voice' Season 5 Predictions: See The Top 3 Based On iTunes; Is Cole Vosbury Going Home? [SPOILERS]

We are almost at the end of Season 5 of "The Voice" and fans are wondering if Blake Shelton can pull off a victory four years in a row. Cee Lo Green was out of the competition a few weeks back, Christina Aguilera has one artist left and Adam Levine has three. The Season 5 semifinalists -- Jacquie Lee, Tessanne Chin, Cole Vosbury, James Wolpert and Will Champlin -- will be battling it out to be named "The Voice" Last week marked the end of the new Instant Save on Twitter with the hastag #VoiceSave. We're glad to see that go because it was just so instantly harsh. So, this week artists moving into the finals will be saved purely by votes from America. Who do you think will be in the finals next week? Will Team Adam finally lose some team members?

Last week, on the iTunes song chart Team Blake's Cole and Team Adam's Tessanne were in a close race for the lead. Tessanne had a dominating moment on the charts for the first time in Season 5. Team Adam looked hot. Last week the Top 6 performed for America's votes and fought for a spot in tonight's semifinals. We said a sad goodbye to Team Xtina's Matthew Schuler, who was one of the most talented artists on "The Voice." Therefore, anything could happen this week! There was only a single elimination last week, leaving us with five contestants left in the race. Tonight, each singer will perform two songs as well as take part in a group performance. Also, this week past "The Voice" winners Cassadee Pope (Season 3) and Danielle Bradbury (Season 5) are expected to return to the Los Angeles stage to perform!

There were some interesting song choices last week including Tessanne Chin singing Katy Perry's "Unconditionally," Will Champlin performed "A Change Is Gonna Come" by Sam Cooke and the youngest member in the compeition Jacquie Lee performed "Cry Baby" by Janis Joplin. Jacquie's performance brought her coach, Christina, out of her seat. "This was her," Aguilera said. "She left her heart on the stage on the floor for all of you." Watch "The Voice" Mondays at 8/7c p.m. and Tuesdays at 9/8c p.m. on NBC. Watch full episodes HERE on the show's website after they air. Are you excited for tonight's all new "The Voice"? Who do you predict will be sent home next? Sound off in the comments below and don't forget to watch!