Billy Gilman took the stage of The Voice for one of the final times on Tuesday night (Dec. 13) to deliver a collaborative performance with some of his favorite singers from Season 11.

Gilman brought back Christian Cuevas, Ali Caldwell, Courtney Harrell and Sa'Rayah for a joint performance of "Proud Mary."

The song was written by John Fogerty and originally performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival, but Gilman chose to re-construct the arrangement made famous by Ike and Tina Turner in one of his final performances on The Voice stage, bringing a very different slant to a season that has seen him turn in one unexpected performance after another.

The performance began slow and sultry before bursting into a high-energy rave-up that stunned the live audience with its passion.

The 28-year-old singer was previously best known for his 2000 hit "One Voice," which charted when he was only 11 years old. He struggled to follow up in later years, especially after his voice changed.

The singer battled back with a surprise audition for The Voice in September, singing a stellar cover of Adele‘s “When We Were Young." He's gone on to an impressive run on Adam Levine‘s team, turning in a series of great songs including “Man in the Mirror” by Michael Jackson, Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song,Queen‘s “The Show Must Go On” and Adele’s “All I Ask.”

On Monday night (Dec. 12), he wowed the judges and the audience at home with Frank Sinatra's "My Way" and his own new song, "Because of Me," setting himself up for voting in the finale.

Gilman is facing Sundance Head, Josh Gallagher and We McDonald to see which one will be crowned the winner of The Voice Season 11.

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