Knoxville singer Chris Blue said he planned to bring out "the emotion" before Monday night's performance as part of the Top 11 on "The Voice."
Blue closed out the show with "When a Man Loves a Woman" because he and his coach, Alicia Keys, thought it would bring out his emotion.
Blue said before the performance that he would be thinking about his fiance. He stuck to the love theme by wearing all red. Blue's performance also showed America how "powerful" he was, according to Keys.
America's votes will decide who moves on from the Top 11 to the Top 10, so going last could go a long way toward leaving a lasting impression.
Back home in Knoxville, there was a big crowd cheering Chris on at a watch party at Cokesbury United Methodist Church. He's been a worship leader there for the past six years.
The live results for who will be moving on in the Top 10 will air 8 p.m. Tuesday (EST).
You can find information on how to vote for him at the link below.