Lewis Jacobs/NBC
June 29, 2011 06:30 AM

With auditions, battle rounds and eliminations all behind them, the final four contestants sang their hearts out one last time on Monday night’s The Voice.

Javier Colon kicked off the night with his original song, “Stitch By Stitch.” While he got props once again for his silky smooth vocals, it was something else that had the judges singing the crooner’s praise: his “amazing” personality.

Next was Dia Frampton and mentor Blake Shelton. The duo rocked out in matching suits and shades to Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down.”

Vicci Martinez followed with her original song “Afraid to Sleep,” which Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine agreed was “fearless.”

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Sitting amid a multitude of instruments, Beverly McClellan and Aguilera belted out a touching rendition of “Beautiful.” While her mentor’s vocals occasionally overshadowed McClellan, the powerhouse finalist was ultimately able to hold her own.

Returning to the stage with a piano, Frampton showcased her original song “Inventing Shadows.”

“You never cease to amaze me, you pretty little thing,” gushed Cee Lo afterwards.

Colon and Levine then paid homage to the king of pop by singing “Man in the Mirror.”

The last to take the stage solo was McClellan, who rocked out on top of a piano and was the only finalist to receive a standing ovation from all four judges for her original song, “Love Sick.”

And finally, Martinez and mentor Green – who donned a Mohawk and a red hot outfit – ended the night on a high note, battling out on stage to Pat Benetar’s “Love Is a Battlefield.”

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