Great balls of fire! Eagan singer David lights up 'Voice' stage

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Eagan's own Nicholas David went for broke Monday with a fiery performance on the final night of competition on the reality show "The Voice." The winner will be revealed on Tuesday night's two-hour finale.

David and his fellow finalists Cassadee Pope and Terry McDermott had one last chance to impress voters, and he chose not to rest in his comfort zone – more soulful ballads like "Lean on Me" and "What's Going On." To kick off the show and with flames leaping from his piano, David blasted through a high-energy mix-up of Jerry Lee Lewis' "Great Balls of Fire" and Jimi Hendrix's "Fire."

Later in the show, David reprised his rendition of "Lean on Me" and also sung a “Play That Funky Music” duet with coach Cee Lo Green.

The show's winner will walk away with a recording contract with Universal Music Group.

Check out David from Monday:

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