Team Cee Lo's Tony Vincent slapped on his eyeliner and hit 'The Voice' stage on Monday, cashing in his tears and fears for what could be the last time. The Broadway performer delivered a rather meh rendition of Tears for Fears' 'Everybody Wants to Rule the World,' and he'll have to really push for votes to see his way into next week.

The performance was straight out of the '80s and definitely brought his signature Broadway style to the NBC screen, though we're not so sure that's what viewers -- now voters -- are looking for. His coach, Cee Lo, couldn't help but sing along (could anyone?), despite the fact that it was somewhat sleepy as far as wow-ing performances go.

Blake Shelton didn't know how to feel about "the thing that was happening up there," explaining that the red and black and white that decorated the stage was "evil and hellish" and distracted him from the singing itself.

Christina Aguilera, ever a pop diva, of course liked the dramatic production, but didn't love his delivery. Cee Lo, on the other hand, knew his contestant could appreciate the art and bring the love ... but will voters really love his cover of 'Everybody Wants to Rule the World'?

We'll have to wait and see. 'The Voice' results episode airs Tuesday (April 10) at 8PM ET.

Watch Tony Vincent Perform 'Everybody Wants to Rule the World' on 'The Voice'