Will ‘The Voice’ kick out Kat Perkins, Delvin Choice, Josh Kaufman this week?

The big twist on “The Voice” this week is that three people are going home instead of two. The final eight will be whittled down to five, and our voters believe Kat Perkins, Delvin Choice, and Josh Kaufman are finished.

The American viewers are voting now, and results will be announced on Tuesday’s live results show.

According to exclusive Gold Derby statistics, Perkins with 21/10 odds and Choice with 23/10 odds are in a tight battle for last place. They are both members of coach Adam Levine‘s team. Kaufman is listed at 6/1 odds and third from the bottom. He is the last member of Usher‘s team, so if that happens his job is over for this season.

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The winner of “The Voice” contest at season’s end will a chance to chat with host Carson Daly as well as a $100 Amazon gift card and bragging rights. So what are you waiting for? Start voting now!

On Monday’s live performance episode, all eight finalists sang to save their future on the show.

First up was Sisaundra Lewis, who belted out the Tina Turner classic anthem “River Deep, Mountain High.” She is one of three remaining contenders from the Blake Shelton team.

Related: Sisaundra Lewis predicted to win ‘The Voice’

Kaufman then crooned the Bonnie Raitt ballad “I Can’t Make You Love Me.”

Perkins rocked out on recent Grammy winner “Get Lucky” from Daft Punk.

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Kristen Merlin, the last surviving member of Team Shakira, performed the Lee Brice tune “I Drive Your Truck.”

Choice was up next, choosing the powerful R. Kelly song “I Believe I Can Fly.”

This week’s frontrunner Audra McLaughlin took on the country hit “Forgive” by Rebecca Lynn Howard for Team Blake.

The third Shelton singer, Jake Worthington, then showcased his redneck side with the Brooks and Dunn song “Hillbilly Deluxe.”

Christina Grimmie was the final artist of the evening for Team Adam with a stripped-down version of “How to Love” from Lil’ Wayne.

Who will go home after the Monday performances? Which coach is winning this year? Be sure to sound off in the comments section below. 

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