For "The Voice" contestant Will Breman, his time on the hit NBC show has come to an end.
He was one of two contestants sent home in this week's semi-finals.
The Santa Barbara native spoke to KSBY ahead of this week's performance and said he was incredibly thankful to all of his fans.
Breman, who has Asperger's, also said he is proud of the support from his autistic fans.
"I must have received hundreds literally hundreds of messages of people either who are on the spectrum or have friends and family on the spectrum and it is weird at first you know when you get called an inspiration, how do you respond to that? and I'm still trying to figure that out. Still a lot for me to work through," Breman said.
Monday night was 80's night on "The Voice."
Breman performed a duet with fellow contestant Ricky Duram, singing "Your Love" by The Outfield.
For his solo, he performed "Locked out of Heaven" by Bruno Mars.
"The Voice" airs Monday and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC.