Kimberly Nichole performs "The House of the Rising Sun" on The Voice Season 8
Kimberly Nichole performs "The House of the Rising Sun" on The Voice Season 8.Screenshot from The Voice YouTube Video

"The Voice" US Season 8 will be down to just five singers tonight with one getting least public vote to be sent home. Two contestants in the bottom two will perform again Tuesday with the hope of progressing to next week's semi-finals, and American public will vote one through via Instant Save.

So, who will leave the show during episode 24 - Meghan Linsey, Kimberly Nichole, India Carney, Joshua Davis, Sawyer Fredericks or Koryn Hawthorne? It can be anybody but if one is to go by the performances Monday, it could be either Joshua Davis, India Carney or Koryn Hawthorne.

"The Voice" US Season 8 top six finalists' performances recap:

India Carney - John Legend and Common's "Glory" and Sam Smith's "Lay Me Down" Monday. It was a decent performance but not very impressive.

Joshua Davis — U2's "Desire" and The Beatles' "In My Life." His rendition of the first song was not at all impressive though he improved tremendously in his second dong. Overall, it was a disappointing performance.

Koryn Hawthorne — REM's "Everybody Hurts" and Aerosmith's "Dream On." Her rendition of "Everybody Hurts" was superb but her next performance was ordinary.

Kimberly Nichole — Tom Petty's "Free Fallin'" and Michael Jackson's "Dirty Diana." If her rendition of "Free Fallin'" was good, her second performance was superb. She did a good job and should go to the semi-finals.

Meghan Linsey – James Taylor's "Steamroller Blues" and "Amazing Grace." Her performance of the first song was very ordinary and could have made her fans nervous but she nailed it with her second song.

Sawyer Fredericks — Daisy May Erlewine's "Shine On" and Al Green's "Take Me to the River." He gave a good and consistent performance Monday, so he should be safe in the elimination round.

"The Voice" US Season 8 Instant Save performances and elimination will be telecast Tuesday on NBC Television at 8:00 pm EST (6.30 am IST, Wednesday) and it will be live streamed online on NBC's official website.