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Pictured [L-R]: Bodie, Omar Jose Cardona, Morgan Myles, Bryce Leatherwood, and Brayden Lape on “The Voice.” Trae Patton/NBC

The Top 5 finalists of "The Voice" Season 22 have been chosen, but the results have caused some outraged fans to lash out at the NBC singing competition on Twitter.

On Tuesday night, the Top 8 contestants became the Top 5 when three singers were eliminated. While the show is supposed to send singers home, the three eliminated contestants were arguably the strongest vocalists.

After viewers voted, Morgan Myles from Team Camila and Team Blake's Bryce Leatherwood, Brayden Lape, and Bodie advanced to the final round.

However, Justin Aaron from Team Gwen, Team Legend's Parijita Bastola, Kim Cruse, and Omar Jose Cardona were left battling for the final spot in the Instant Save round.

After Omar emerged as the victor, fans of "The Voice" voiced their fury that some of the season's most talented singers, who were also minorities, had to compete over one spot.

Many fans took to Twitter, slamming the show for allowing the remaining contestants to advance to the finals.

"I can accept Morgan and Bodie. But, if this is really #TheVoice, then the other finalists should have been from teams @johnlegend & @gwenstefani 'Stunned' doesn't begin to describe how I feel about what happened. @NBCTheVoice," one person wrote.

Another person suggested the voting system for the show was flawed. "I think a big problem with #thevoice voting is you can vote for multiple people, so Blake fans are all voting for only his team. You should only be able to vote for one artist," the individual wrote.

The Top 5 Finalists will begin their battle for the grand prize of a record deal next week.

Part one of "The Voice" Season 22 live finale airs Monday, Dec. 12 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.