"The Voice" USA 2015 (Season 9) semi-final results will be announced tonight during the elimination episode. Five artistes will be sent home tonight based on public votes, which mean only four will advance to next week's finale.

Barrett Baber (Team Blake): He performed "Ghost" by Ella Henderson but it was not impressive. It won't come as a surprise if he is shown the doors tonight.

Shelby Brown (Team Adam): She rendered "Even God Must Get the Blues" by Jo Dee Messina. It was a decent performance but not that great.

Jeffrey Austin (Team Gwen): He sang the song, "Believe" by Cher and it was a great performance. It should give him a spot in the finale.

Braiden Sunshine (Team Gwen): He performed "Amazing Grace". It was a decent rendition.

Zach Seabaugh (Team Blake): He took on the song "The Climb" by Miley Cyrus and it was a beautiful rendition.

Madi Davis (Team Pharrell): She sang "Big Girls Don't Cry" by The Four Seasons and it was one of the most beautiful renditions on the semi-final.

Emily Ann Roberts (Team Blake): She performed "9 to 5" by Dolly Parton. It was a beautiful and she should secure a spot in the finale.

Amy Vachal (Team Adam): She took on the song "To Make You Feel My Love" by Bob Dylan and it was a good performance.

Jordan Smith (Team Adam): He sang "Somebody to Love" by Queen. It was perhaps the best performance of the night and it should win him a spot in the finals.

Going by the performances in the semi-final, it looks like Jordan Smith, Emily Ann Roberts, Madi Davis and Jeffrey Austin deserve a spot in next week's finale. However, it doesn't mean other artistes don't deserve. The audience will decide who stays in the competition and goes home tonight.

"The Voice" USA 2015 (Season 9) semi-final results will be telecast live at 8 p.m. EST, Tuesday on NBC. The episode can also be live streamed on the channel's official website, though it is restricted to some certain areas and needs subscription. NBC also broadcast the "The Voice" episode free online a day after it is aired on television.