WBIR's Leslie Ackerson is in Los Angeles following Chris on his 'Voice' journey. Tune in for live coverage from the set at 4, 5, 6, and 11 p.m.
The pressure is on for Chris Blue and the remaining artists on The Voice. During Monday night's live show, the Top 8 will perform for a spot in next week's finals.
Chris Blue began the night with a duet performance of coach Alicia Keys's hit "If I Ain't Got You." He performed with a teammate Vanessa Ferguson, who is also on Team Alicia.
The performance brought the judges to their feet, including Keys.
He also performed Tamela Mann's gospel hit "Take Me to the King." The emotional performance brought the crowd to its feet.
Chris Blue ramped up the fun last week and brought the judges to their feet with his rendition of Bruno Mars' '24K Magic.' The judges praised his performance with his coach, Alicia Keys, calling Blue unstoppable and coach Blake Shelton predicting that Blue will make it all the way to the finale.
Blue told WBIR that this week's performance is going to be completely different.
"I did a lot of moving last week this is going to be completely different. Showing a different side of me but a side of me that I believe is definitely my core, my foundation, my roots. I'm really excited about it, just praying it's something people will definitely enjoy," Blue said.
He'll be singing 'Take Me to the King' by Tamella Mann. "When It's all said and done I want to make sure the world sees my heart in this capacity," Blue explained.
It'll be up to viewers to vote and decide if Chris Blue makes it into the final four. There's the usual voting options which include The Voice official app, online, The Voice Facebook page, iTunes, and Apple Music. And this week, you can also help Chris out by voting on Twitter!
Once the show begins, you can tweet with the hashtag #ChrisVanessaDuet to cast a vote for Chris Blue and Vanessa Ferguson's duet.
While Chris performs out in L.A., there will be three different watch parties rooting him on Monday night back home in Knoxville.
Cokesbury United Methodist Church, located at 9915 Kingston Pike, will again host a watch party with doors opening at 6:45 p.m. There will be several food trucks on site.
Overcoming Believers Church, located at 211 Harriet Tubman, is asking its watch party attendees to wear the color blue to support Chris. Door also open at 6:45 p.m. and refreshments will be provided.
And Chris Blue's alma matter, Knoxville Christian School, is hosting their own party at 11549 Snyder Road. The event kicks off at 7:30 p.m.