Queen of the night ... no longer holding back was Sabrina Batshon.
She's the pint-sized powerhouse who had been crippled by stage fright.
But on Sunday night's episode of The Voice, Sabrina Batshon was anything but shy.
Decked out in tight black pants and a leather bustier, the petite performer had the crowd cheering as she tore through Whitney Houston's Queen of the Night.
Team Ricky ... Josh, Sabrina and Elly.
Batshon, who has previously showcased her polished vocals in ballads, let her inner rocker loose as she strutted her stuff on stage, gyrating energetically to the beat.
She even threw in a body roll for good measure.
"I'm signing up for classes with Sabrina," quipped Kylie Minogue.
Coach Ricky had no choice but to take the 29-year-old, who had battled debilitating nerves before her first blind audition, straight to the live finals.
Competitor Elly Oh was given a second chance at the sing-offs after a rousing but slightly oversung take on animated flick Frozen's anthem, Let It Go.
In the final round of showdown performances - where just one of three performers makes it through to the live finals - the show's youngest contestant, Taila Gouge, also impressed.
Her country stylings were infectious and despite her age, Gouge gave an assured and upbeat performance of Gretchen Wilson's Redneck Woman.
Her confident stage presence had mentor Joel Madden singing her praises: "A star was born."
Meanwhile, team member Holly Tapp - a cattle farmer from the Northern Territory - showed off a new sultriness in her performance of Sunday Morning by Maroon 5.
Her breathless but sweet vocal style had the audience swaying along and her purple leather two-piece was a marked departure from her regular uniform of plaid shirts and jeans.
But while Tapp unearthed a fresh sexiness, Kylie's shaggy haired rocker Johnny Rollins had the audience chanting for him after his soulful version of John Legend's All Of Me made them swoon.
They need not have bothered - Kylie didn't need any convincing and took Rollins straight to the finals.