Hallelujah delivers a heavenly chance
Rachael Leahcar. Picture: Nine.

The cream of the crop will go head to head in the grand final of The Voice on Sunday.

Series favourites Rachael Leahcar, Darren Percival, Sarah de Bono and Karise Eden were last night chosen by their coaches to go through to the final round of the competition.

The top two from each team took to the stage to compete for a place in the grand final.

Team Seal contestant Eden stole the show with her emotional rendition of Hallelujah.

"Again you bought tears to my eyes, I love you and I love what you're doing on this show," an emotional Seal said.

Eden outsang 17-year-old Fatai Veamatahau whose version of Donna Summer's On The Radio didn't stir the same level of response from Seal.

Delta Goodrem was given the tough decision of choosing between her friend and former back up singer Glenn Cunningham and vision-impaired teenager Leahcar.

The angelic Leahcar sang Nights in White Satin (Notte Di Luce) in both Italian and English in honour of her Nono. She battled through a cold, which host Darren McMullen said had struck a number of the artists.

"I could tell out there that you really aren't feeling great," Goodrem said.

At the beginning of the show, Team Joel (Madden) and Team Keith (Urban) were whittled down to two apiece.

The surprise elimination was series heartthrob Lakyn Heperi, who had been tipped to take out the competition since the blind auditions.

Urban also made a controversial choice with Diana Rouvas over teenage audience favourite Brittany Cairns.

The decision to send either Rouvas or Percival through to the grand final was heartbreaking for Urban.

"I threw it up in the air and the stars all landed wherever," he said.

Rouvas' performance of Stormy Monday showed off vocal aerobics to rival Mariah Carey. But it wasn't enough compared to Percival's rendition of A Song For You.

For Madden, Ben Hazlewood's version of My Kind of Love wasn't enough to pip de Bono's "perfect" performance of Here's Where I Stand.

The dynamic redhead trended worldwide on Twitter last night.

The coaches will go head to head for the first time next week but the decision of who will be crowned The Voice is in Australia’s hands.

On Sunday, the four finalists will perform in the first half of the grand final in Sydney before the winner is revealed on Monday night. Madden's father-in-law Lionel Richie is rumoured to be making an appearance during the grand final.

The West Australian

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