After months of blind auditions, battle rounds, knockouts, and live eliminations, The Voice finally comes to an end tonight.
Team Blake’s Danielle Bradbery and The Swon Brothers faced off with Team Usher’s Michelle Chamuel in a series of three performances: a repeat of their “defining moment,” a duet with their coach, and one final pick to wow America.
Who brought the crowd to its feet and who is dominating the iTunes charts this morning?
“I thought they all did an absolute magnificent job and you can make an argument for anyone of them,” Carson said.
When it came to predicting tonight’s champion, he was stumped!
“Team Usher, he’s a new coach. He’s got Michelle Chamuel, an unlikely candidate possibly to make it this far down the line. She’d be the first person to tell you that.”
“The Swon Brothers [are] right there too and, of course, Danielle Bradbery, who by a lot of people’s accounts, might be the favorite,” he added.
If you were looking to the iTunes charts for a possible frontrunner, tough luck because there’s no clear answer. The contestants are neck and neck going into tonight’s finale.
Danielle Bradbery’s “Born To Fly” climbed all the way to #2, Michelle Chamuel followed closely behind at #3 with “Why,” and The Swon Brothers encore performance of “Danny’s Song” clocked in at #4.
The duo also checked in at #7 with “I Can’t Tell You Why.” Michelle’s duet with Usher came in at #8 and Danielle’s standout moment, “Maybe It Was Memphis,” hit #9.
Here’s where Danielle starts to pull ahead. Her duet with coach Blake Shelton came in at a respectable #11. Michelle Chamuel’s rendition of Taylor Swift’s “Trouble” only made it to #25 and The Swon Brothers’ collaboration with Shelton was even further behind at #34.
Will Blake Shelton become a 3-time winning coach? The odds are looking good!
Tune into NBC tonight at 8pm PT to find out who America picks!
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