See Serenity Arce's Heartbreaking 'The Voice' Playoffs Performance of a Selena Gomez Song

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The second night of The Voice Season 25 Playoffs will take place on Monday night with Chance the Rapper and Reba McEntire’s teams competing to make it into the Live Shows.

Each team at this point has five contestants, but will be whittled down to three, so two singers will be going home from each team.

In this early release video, Team Chance’s 16-year-old Serenity Arce from Jupiter, FL, performs Selena Gomez's "Lose You To Love Me."

The critiques started with Team Dan + Shay’s Shay Mooney. He told Serenity, “I don’t know who hurt you but my goodness. Dan and I will volunteer to go find whoever it was. You have a very unique gift to tell a story and to put yourself in that song. You’re 16, right? That’s ridiculous.”

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Dan Smyers said, “You sing and perform with so much conviction and that takes a lifetime for some people to pick up, so you’ve got a good one on your hands, Chance.”

“We see the hurt in your eyes, we see the angst in your eyes,” John Legend told her. “That’s what you have to do in this moment. You have to make an emphatic statement on your own behalf, and it was right on time.”

Then it was Reba’s turn. She said, “If you had a little book that said how to make it to the finals, you checked off every box. Enunciation, poise, and attitude. When you gave us that look, you were serious and you definitely need to go to the Lives. She’s good.”

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Finally, Chance weighed in on his artist. He said, “You come in killer every week. There were some big moments in the song that you went for or created yourself. You emotion, your intentionality on lyrics, people notice and people feel. It’s going to be a tough decision that I make at the end, but you very much deserve to be in the Lives.”

Tune into The Voice on Monday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC to find out which three artists Chance puts through.

The Voice streams next day on Peacock.

Next, Meet The Voice Teams for Season 25