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The Voice Recap: Top 5 Fight For Finale Spot!

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Tonight on The Voice, the top five will be whittled down to only three just in time for finale week.

That means the artists really brought their A-game Monday night in hopes of winning over America.

Carson will announce the results in just a few hours, but first, he and Producer Angie tried to guess who may be saved during tonight’s elimination.

Take a listen to his exclusive AMP Radio recap:

“I probably would’ve said the Swon Brothers had their swan song last night, I would’ve said that before,” Carson said. “But sure enough, they come out, they kill it.”

The duo performed both Bob Seger’s “Turn The Page,” and Kenny Loggins’ “Danny’s Song,” which took Carson right back to his childhood days.

Sasha Allen and Amber Carrington took on the tall order of singing Whitney Houston and Katy Perry power ballads.

“Singing ‘Firework’ and ‘I Will Always Love You’ are like two pop songs that are just never a good idea, I don’t think,” Carson admitted. “You’re really swinging for the fences there.”

Katy Perry, who was kind enough to leave Amber a special video message, agreed with Carson, saying “Firework” is one of her most difficult songs to sing.

“Danielle Bradbery, that’s the only one we all unanimously agree is just not going anywhere, right?” Carson asked aloud.

The 16-year-old country singer dedicated “Who I Am” to her very emotional family sitting in the studio audience. There wasn’t a dry eye in the house, including one of the producers who, according to Carson, started bawling!

“I think her, the Swon Brothers, and Michelle [Chamuel] are going to be the top 3,” Producer Angie predicted.

The iTunes chart seems to support Angie’s picks. The Swon Brothers have the #2 and #8 songs in the nation and Danielle Bradbery follows closely behind at #4 and #7.

Amber Carrington’s cover of “Sad” clocked in at #9, but both of Michelle Chamuel’s performances squeaked into the top 25 at #12 and #25.

Sasha Allen may have reason to feel slightly more nervous than the rest. Her highest-rated track came in at #51, but Carson explained that she shouldn’t panic quite yet.

“This is not the ultimate litmus,” Carson reiterated. “It doesn’t work every time where you just take the bottom two from the iTunes chart because there’s texting, there’s call-in voting, there’s not just iTunes.”

Tune in tonight at 8pm PT on NBC to find out who sails on through to the final round!

  • Who are you rooting for? Give them a shout out in the comments section!

-Sarah Carroll, 97.1 AMP Radio/Los Angeles

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