The Voice is down to its final six Season 8 contestants, and Meghan Linsey is Blake Shelton's last team member standing. But if her performances on Monday night (May 4) are any indication, Linsey is the type that thrives under pressure.

Each of the six remaining singers performed two songs during Monday's show. Linsey selected James Taylor's "Steamroller Blues" as her first tune, and, as Shelton said after her performance, she "sang the crap out of it."

"I don’t even know what to say," Shelton said of Linsey's performance. "It was unbelievable!"

The song was often covered by Elvis Presley after its 1970 release, and Billy Dean recorded a version of it for his 1994 Fire in the Dark album. Press play on the video above to hear Linsey sing it.

For her second song, Linsey performed "Amazing Grace." She sang the first verse a cappella, then was accompanied for the rest of the song by a simple organ.

“Did Blake just win the whole thing again?!" Christina Aguilera said after Linsey finished her second performance. "I can’t believe it."

Watch Linsey's "Amazing Grace" performance below.

Linsey's renditions of both "Steamroller Blues" and "Amazing Grace" are available for download on iTunes. Another The Voice elimination round is set to air Tuesday (May 5) at 8PM ET on NBC.

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