Former Newsboys guitarist Bryan Olesen continues to amaze coaches and fans on The Voice.

Olesen, whose coach is John Legend, received a Playoff Pass early on allowing him to skip weeks of performances and move onto the playoffs.

On Monday, Olesen returned to the stage, where he sang Toto's 'Africa.' 

"You seem like you're already a superstar," said Dan of Team Dan + Shay. "You seem like a guest performer on the show."

Coach Chance the Rapper said Olesen deserved to move on to the playoffs.

"You're 100 percent a rockstar," said Chance. "To see somebody who can control the crowd and create a moment like you did. I would definitely try and move you to the Lives."

Legend followed up saying he's glad he used his playoff pass on Bryan.

"You just show up here and make it feel like we're at Bryan's concert."

Ultimately, everyone agreed and Bryan  moved onto the finals.

To celebrate this momentous occasion, Bryan held a watch party in his hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska.

Family, friends and fans packed a local theatre, where they watched his performance. Olesen put on special show, which included a few songs with his daughter, Jadyn. 

I'm overwhelmed at the response Monday night. It was such an amazing feeling to get to experience that moment with you all," said Olesen on a post on social media. "And to get to sing with my daughter was just the BEST!"

Bryan's next performance on The Voice will take place on Monday, April 29.