Rascal Flatts took the stage as The Voice said goodbye to two more contestants Tuesday, setting up the Top 8.

Kicking off the show, Christina Aguilera and her team switched roles for a performance of Xtina’s new song, “Let There Be Love.” Sitting in Christina’s red chair, Dez Duron and Sylvia Yacoub pushed their button for their coach as she belted the first verse of the song. Cute, right?

The Voice continued its country streak, following Jason Aldean’s performance last week, with Rascal Flatts singing “Changed” with Cody Belew and Cassadee Pope before Adam Levine and his team got their turn on the stage, twisting and shouting to Queen’s “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” (“ready Freddie” lyric and all).

But that’s not all! As the final performance of the night, the audience at home chose Pat Benatar’s “Hit Me With Your Best Shot” for Teams Blake and Christina.

Who made the Top 8?

Nicholas David

Twitter: @TheFeelin

Cassadee Pope

Twitter: @CassadeePope

Dez Duron

Twitter: @DezDuron

Cody Belew

Twitter: @CodyBelew

Melanie Martinez

Twitter: @MelanieLBBH

Terry McDermott

Twitter: @TerryMacMusic

Trevin Hunte

Twitter: @Tamor_11

Amanda Brown

Twitter: @Amanda__Brown

That means we said goodbye to Team Xtina’s Sylvia Yacoub and Team Adam’s Bryan Keith.

Tune in to NBC Monday at 8 p.m. ET to watch the Top 8 perform.

Did the right contestants go home? Who are you rooting for?

Photo Credit: Tyler Golden/NBC

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