The Voice Australia fans have voted with their remote controls, switching off the show after the shock elimination of former Hi-5 star, Nathan Foley on Monday night.
WATCH: Former Hi-5 star Nathan Foley eliminated in the first knockout round
Fans had high hopes for the singer who wowed judges at his thrilling blind audition during last Monday's episode of The Voice.
But the 39-year-old's chances were quickly extinguished as he was cut in the first knockout round on Monday night.
Nathan was pitted against All Star contestant Sheldon Riley and Luke Zanc.
It wasn’t Nathan’s night, as Delta Goodrem picked All Star contestant Sheldon Riley to stay on Team Delta, while Kelly Rowland saved Luke Zanc, eventually pairing him in a duo with his wife Tannah.
Furious fans slammed the singer’s rejection, venting their frustrations on Twitter.
One person wrote: "Okay, Nathan's gone time to switch to another channel."
"Nathan should have stayed. Someone give him a recording contact please!" tweeted another.
"And there goes me watching #TheVoiceAU for the rest of the season. Not saving Nathan was a HUGE mistake," said another annoyed fan.
Trying out for The Voice was a second chance at fame for the former star of children's group Hi-5 who joined the group in 1999, aged 18.