As the first performer of the second night of the Four Chair Challenge, Simone Torres knew she had to bring it. Did her version of Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come" blow our judges away?
Primrose Martin's performance of "Blame It On The Boogie" by The Jackson 5 has to be SEEN to be BELIEVED. Does Primrose survive the Four Chair Challenge?
Rylie Brown knew she had to really impress Demi and the judges for her Four Chair Challenge spot. Was her version of Robbie Williams' "Angels" enough?
Forty acts Enter and only sixteen survive. It's the first night of the never before seen Four Chair Challenge! Did your favorite Over 25 hopeful make the cut?
Realizing that the pressure for the Four Chair Challenge was at an all time high, Jeff Brinkman was looking to blow the rest of the contestants out of the water. Did his version of the David Guetta and Usher song "Without You" bring down the house?
Denny Smith, the oldest contestant still left in the competition, hits the stage to claim his spot in The Four Chair Challenge. Does the Sonic Santa earn himself a spot in the finals?
Awesome singer and awesome grandma Lillie McCloud simply impresses on the stage with her version of Luther Vandross' "A House Is Not A Home!"
Kristine Mirelle knew she had to make an impact if she wanted a spot on Kelly Rowland's team. She gives her all in her rendition of Britney Spear's "Oops, I Did It Again!"
Bree Randall looks to move on to the Finals by performing her version of "Glad You Came" by The Wanted!
Khaya Cohen performs Bruno Mars' "Locked Out Of Heaven" in her bid to survive The Four Chair Challenge.
As the first male Over 25 vocalist, Jeff Gutt had something to prove. He stops the show with his version of the classic song, "Amazing Grace!"
Vying for one of Kelly's seats in The Four Chair Challenge, Victoria Carriger wows audiences with her version of "Make You Feel My Love" by Bob Dylan!
Channelling Beyonce herself, Rachel Potter hits the stage to sing one of Mrs. Carter's classics, "Irreplaceable." Does she get a ticket to the finals?
The final vocalist of the night, Ashly Williams looks to stop the show with her version of Aerosmith's "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing!"
It's Lorie Moore's time to shine. Stepping up to the mic, she belts out her version of "I'll Make Love To You" by Boyz II Men!
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