Knockout rounds continued on Tuesday's episode of The Voice, and the contestants delivered such earth-shattering performances that Carson Daly probably needs to check those red chairs for structural damage.
The second night of knockouts treated Miley Cyrus to another performance by her childhood fave singer, who might just be the frontrunner to make it to the final showdown!
Not only did Courtney's mighty pipes advance her in the competition, but she also scored a gig with Miley, who told her:
"You should never be singing behind anybody ever again, but if you do, you're singing with me because I'll take you on tour any day!"
Um, is she serious about that? Cash in that offer right now, Courtney!
Another contestant we're sure Miley would invite to come tour with her is former country crooner Billy Gilman, who cemented his frontrunner status with a soulful cover of Rachel Platten's Fight Song (above)!
Alicia Keys was put in another difficult coaching situation when she had to choose between two standout performers: Christian Cuevas and Belle Jewel.
While both are strong singers, it seemed to be Christian's lucky week when he first laid eyes on guest coach Tim McGraw, confessing:
"Oh, my God! I used to have your cologne, McGraw!"
After Christian's rendition of Superstar by The Carpenters (above) advanced him to the next round, McGraw couldn't help but quip:
"That McGraw stuff works good for you."
Don't feel bad for Belle, her cover of Don't Dream It's Over by Crowded House (below) was sultry enough to get a steal from Miley!
Before Belle was saved, Miley's praise was ruined by the Maroon 5 frontman, who complained about Blake, saying:
"I was once again interrupted by that hillbilly!"
Assuming Adam was referring to her, Miley wasn't having it — and swiftly told the rockstar to shut up!
Awkward vibes from the coaches aside, we're LIVING for this season of The Voice!
News is just coming in that Kim Zolciak-Biermann's son Kash, 4, was bitten by a dog at some point on Saturday night, with "traumatic injuries" so extensive, it required multiple hours of surgery afterwards.