'I feel like I'm at a Real Housewives reunion!' Joel Madden causes tiff among The Voice Australia mentors during semi-final... after correctly predicting grand finalists

Joel Madden isn't just a mentor on The Voice Australia, it seems he's a clairvoyant as well.

The 36-year-old correctly named who he thought would make the show's grand final, during Sunday's Live Semi Final and his predictions caused a tiff among the mentors.

Co-host Sonia Kruger attempted to diffuse the situation, joking: 'I feel like I'm at a Real Housewives reunion, stop it.'

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Causing a tiff: Joel Madden's predictions of the Top 4 singers to go through to The Voice Australia Grand Finals caused a heated argument between the mentors on Sunday night's Semi Finals

Joel caused the drama on-set after he gave his Top 4 prediction, leaving Delta's last remaining contestant, Lyndall Wennekes, off the list. 

After Joe Moore from Team Madden took to the stage to perform Paolo Nutini's Last Request, Joel boasted 'I think you just secured yourself a spot in the Top 4'.

He then named Joe, Nathan Hawes, Liam Mahi and Ellie Drennan for the Grand Final.

'Hey, hey, hey excuse me': Delta Goodrem wasn't taking it lightly when Joel insinuated that her last remaining contestant, Lyndall Wennekes, didn't have what it takes to get to the grand final

'Ease up tiger': The mentor stood up for her talents and wasn't impressed with Joel ruling her contestant out of the race while voting was still open

'Do you really think...': Ricky Martin also got involved in the discussion jumping to Lyndall's defense

'Stop it!' Sonia tried to get the mentor's to stop bickering by joking it reminded her of The Real Housewives

'Hey, hey, hey excuse me,' Delta pipped up, adding: 'I am very proud to say Lyndall deserves a spot in the grand finale'

'She has the voice - ease up tiger,' Delta told him defensively.

'Guys, do you really think Lyndall doesn't deserve to be on that stage?' Ricky asked 

'I think Lyndall peaked tonight - that was her best performance to date,' Joel explained, adding he was giving his pure opinion based on their voices.  

'I think you just secured yourself a spot in the Top 4': Following Team Madden's Joe Moore's performance Joel made his predictions, which turned out to be spot on

Bringing sexy back! After the Madden brothers asked Joe to bring and eliment of sexy to his performance of Paolo Nutini's Last Request, he ended up getting a hug from Jessie J

Semi Finals: The eight semi-finalists were whittled down to just four contestants across the live semi final

Lyndall performed Jess Glynn's pop song Hold My Hand as a ballad, admitting: 'I've gotta bring my A Game and show I'm ready for the grand final'.

The 19-year-old stunned in a floor-length cut out beaded white gown, with her hair in a half-bun. 

Putting together her own arrangement for the paired back performance not only impressed her mentor Delta, but left Joel and Benji standing with their jaws dropped at the end of her performance.

'I'm ready for this too,' Joel said as he composed himself.

However it wasn't enough to get her through and the blonde beauty bid a teary farewell to the competition and her mentor.

Eliminated: Lyndall Wennekes, who was the contestant the mentor's fought over didn't make it through to the grand final after the viewer votes were counted

Wardrobe malfunction: As the 19-year-old walked off stage to see Delta Goodrem, she got the heel of her shoe caught on her beaded dress, with hosts Sonia Kruger and Darren McMullen running to her rescue

Teary farewell: Lyndall's speech thanking her mentor made both the girls emotional and cry

Another blow for Team Delta: Before Lyndall's elimination, Delta's other semi finalist Caleb Jago-Ward was also sent home earlier in the night

'Thank you for taking the time to get to know me...and being a friend as well as a mentor,' Lyndall said. 

Team Delta's other semi finalist Caleb Jago-Ward was eliminated earlier in the night, during the first round of viewer votes, along with Simi Vuata from Team Jessie.

And while Team Ricky's Naomi Price got through the first round of eliminations, her ABBA and Burt Bacharach tracks weren't enough to be kept in the competition.

Feeling good! Simi Vuata found his grove as he opened the show with James Brown's classic I Feel Good

Out of their seats! Simi had Jessie and Delta up out of their seats and dancing together

Taking the moment for a proper farewell speech,the 31-year-old warned co-host Darren McMullen: 'I have a three part speech, so don't cut me off like Kanye did to Taylor Swift, OK Darren?'

'Thank you for believing an artist can be more than someone who plays guitar' Naomi told Ricky while holding back tears.

Singer and guitarist Nathan Hawes performed a paired back version of Higher Love, which was enough to get him through to the second performance of the night, where he performed Vance Joy's latest hit Fire And The Flood.

Going through: Following the first round of eliminations, Simi and Caleb were sent home

The winner doesn't quite take it all: Naomi Price's rendition of the ABBA song Winner Takes It All got her through round one but the Burt Bacharach track in the second sing-off sent her home

'Don't cut me off': Naomi jokingly warned co-host Darren McMullen that her Thank You speech was going to be long so not to wrap her up prematurely

When Team Jessie's last remaining contestant took to the stage, the 16-year-old blew away all the judges.

Ricky Martin told Ellie Drennan: 'I'm gonna go home and play this song over and over and over'.

Performing for the first time in the competition with a guitar in hand, Ellie sang her own version of the Katy Perry song I Kissed A Girl, based on the popstar's acoustic version.

'You need to stay here,' Ricky told her.

Through to the grand final: Nathan Hawes made it through two rounds of eliminations during the Semi Final

'You need to stay here': All of the coaches were blown away by Ellie Drennan's acoustic performance of Katy Perry's I Kissed A Girl

'She could win,' Joel said, adding 'I wasn't so into that song but your voice is so good and so interesting'

'You could sing the alphabet,' he added with a nod to Seal's classic comment

'You're coaching the hell out of her Jessie,' Joel added, with the mentor calling the performance 'pitch perfect'.

While Liam Mahi got a roaring standing ovation for his performance of INXS's Never Tear Us Apart - a song, according to his mentor Ricky, The Voice production have never felt a contestant  has been able do justice to till now.

Never Tear Us Apart! Liam Mahi belted out the INXS classic and brought the audience to it's feet

Let It Be: The mentors put their differences aside at the end of the night and performed a rendition of Let It Be, a Beatles classic

In a special treat for fans, the five mentors all took to the stage, performing a version of The Beatles classic Let It Be.

While Jessie J also performed her new single Ain't Been Done, with Benji Madden joining her on stage playing guitar.

The Voice Australia Grand Final takes place Sunday, 7pm, Nine Network. 

Special performance: Jessie also performed her new single Ain't Been Done, with Benji Madden joining her on stage playing guitar