The Voice Season Finale
Last night was the first night of NBC’s The Voice two part season finale.
It has all come down to three contestants, Danielle Bradbery, Michelle Chamuel and the Swon Brothers who all took that stage last night for their final performance before the season four winner is crowned tonight.
Team Blake: The Swon Brothers
Colton and Zach Swon took the stage first last night and sang, Danny’s Song by Loggins and Messina. Colton told USA Today that the last time they performed the song the response, “blew our minds.”
Coach Blake thought the same thing stating, “I guarantee you they’re playing y’all’s version of Danny’s Song back home in Oklahoma.”
Shelton also took the Swon Brothers and their mother and father out to lunch where he was able to really get to know the boys through their parent’s eyes. Their dad even brought up how when they were younger and got in fights, they were disciplined by being sent to their room and weren’t allowed to leave until they wrote a song together.
Blake joined the brothers on stage for their second song where they sang, Celebrity by Brad Paisley.
To close out their performances, the brothers tackled I Can’t Tell You Why by The Eagles where Usher responded by saying, “It’s great that you guys finally found the girl part of your voice.”
Eagles fan Adam Levine thought the song was “incredible.”
Team Usher: Michelle Chamuel
For Michelle to sing, Usher selected I Knew You Were Trouble by Taylor Swift. After performing, Adam commented by saying, “people are screaming so loud our ears hurt,” and Shakira added, “I’m so glad that you made it to the end, because you’re needed out there as an artist.”
For Michelle’s second song, her and Usher teamed up for U2′s One, which the crowd enjoyed by singing and clapping along.
For her finale, Michelle sang Why by Annie Lennox where she used a monitor mirror of herself listening to herself live. Blake said after, “I’m still freaked out about that mirror trick that you did. That was cool!”
Team Blake: Danielle Bradbery
Danielle took the stage by singing Maybe It Was Memphis by Pam Tillis and after Adam commented by saying, “I think Danielle’s the winner of this thing.”
Danielle and her coach Blake took the stage together to sing the Patty Loveless love song Timber I’m Falling in Love.
To close out the show, Danielle sang Born to Fly by Sara Evans and yet again Adam had nothing but amazing things to say about the 16-year-old artist. “What else could I possibly say? Your perfection is almost boring at this point. You’re amazing, still,” he said.
Tune in tonight on NBC for the finale at 9:00 which will feature a long list of celebrity appearances and performances.