Sundance Head continued his quest for the The Voice title when he took the stage on Monday night's (Dec. 5) Semifinals show to deliver a beautiful performance of the Judds' "Love Can Build a Bridge," one of the country act's signature hits. He sang an admirable rendition of the moving song, showing off his vocal range backed by a choir.

The performance warranted a standing ovation from both the audience and all four judges, including coach Blake Shelton, who was speechless.

"This could not have been better," he remarked of the performance before praising the singer. "Every week you come out here and blow people away …You have so much passion when you sing and coupled with so much talent that you were born with."

During rehearsal for the night's song, Head received a surprise call from Wynonna Judd, one half of the country duo, sending her well-wishes to the thrilled contestant. "Just be you," she said, offering her wisdom.

As the last remaining artist on Shelton's team, the country superstar has full confidence in his contestant's ability.

"I couldn't feel better about our chances of winning this thing," Shelton said in rehearsal. "Sundance is an incredible singer. More than anything, he has a special way of getting to your heart."

The episode also featured each of the contestants performing duets with one another, putting together Head and Team Adam's Josh Gallagher, two of the show's token country stars. The two tackled Joe Cocker's classic hit "Feelin' Alright," allowing the singer to show his his soulful voice and confidence.

Four contestants will be eliminated on Tuesday's (Dec. 6) episode, sending four to the finals the following week. The Voice airs at 8PM ET on Monday and Tuesday nights on NBC.

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