And then there were three.

After what seemed to be endless weeks of blind auditions, battle rounds and live showdowns, "The Voice" is down to a trio of finalists who will compete for the Season 3 crown in next week's finale.

Terry McDermott, Cassadee Pope and Nicholas David will vie the $100,000 prize and a recording contract with Universal Republic. McDermott and Pope are members of Blake Shelton's team and David is representing Cee Lo Green.

Cut from the competition during Wednesday night's results show was soulful crooner Trevin Hunte, who was a member of Team Cee Lo.

"Thank you for pushing me, motivating me," Hunte said to Green, after being eliminated. "I love you, Cee Lo. I will always love you. I'm just happy to be here."

Just prior to being sent home, Hunte and David teamed up to sing Mariah Carey's classic ballad "Hero." Earlier in the evening, McDermott and Pope

delivered a duet of "Little Talks" by the Icelandic folk/Indie band Of Monsters and Men.

Tuesday's show also featured performances from "Voice" alumni, including Juliet Simms, RaeLynn, and Chris Mann.

As for next week's finale, it's no time for anyone to rest on their laurels.

"There's a lot of work to be done," Shelton said. "You can't leave any stone unturned."