Last night's NBC's "The Voice US" Season 10 started on a vibrant note as Paxton Ingram from Team Blake Shelton kicked off the show with his performance of Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance with Somebody."

Up next was Mary Sarah, another contestant from Team Blake, who sang "My Church" by Maren Morris. As reported by Hollywood Life, Blake said though the track is current, it has an older vibe to it; something Mary wanted to perform.

The next performance was by Nick Hagelin from Christina Aguilera's team, who was rescued in Instant Save last week. Hence, he did his best to make sure it didn't happen again.

Hannah Houston went for an emotional song, "Say You Love Me." She is the only member remaining in Team Pharrell Williams and indeed tried her best to make it to the next level.

Team Adam Levine's Shaylah Fearing performed "A Change is Gonna Come." Fearing is the youngest contestant left in "The Voice," and with her amazing talent, she surely has the potential to make it further in the competition.

Laith Al-Saadi, another member from Team Adam, went for "We Got Tonight" by Bob Seger. Instead of playing the song on his guitar, like he usually does, he chose the piano as his primary instrument for the performance.

Adam Wakefield of Team Blake also chose the piano for his rendition of "Love Has No Pride." The audience undoubtedly loved his performance, as he received rousing applause from them.

Team Christina's front-runner Alisan Porter performed "Cryin" by Aerosmith." Though her performance last week was not that good, she rocked the audience with her performance this week.

The last performance of the day was by Bryan Bautista, who did an incredible job with his rendition of Beyonce's "1+1." His performance was also received positively by the judges and the audience.

One of the artistes from the remaining contestants will be eliminated on May 10, after which the final eight will move to the semifinals in next Monday's episodes. It seems the journey is going to be much more exciting in the upcoming episodes of "The Voice."