It all comes down to this. Season 4 for The Voice is coming to an end. Those who have made it are:
Team Blake: The Swon Brothers and Danielle Bradbery
Team Usher: Michelle Chamuel
With a roll of the footage from last night’s performances, we are reminded what each of our contestants are capable of.
Pitbull and The Voice’s own, Christina Aqgilera, come out and perform.
Time to go to the judges and find out what they believe to be the standout performance of the previous night. Shakira takes a moment to wish Happy Birthday to Blake before saying it’s the talent that stands out. Adam says that it’s such a close race. Usher says he is really proud of Michelle for even making it this far. Finally Blake, who turns 48 tonight, comments on making a three-peat. He says he doesn’t give a crud about the record. He adds it’s this year he is focused on. He says all of the contestants have done everything they should have to get there.
The Swon Brothers come out to perform. They bring with them; Justin Rivers, Holly tucker, and Amber Carrington to do “Stars at Night” by Lady Antebellum.
Michelle Chamuel is up with The One Republic to perform “Counting Stars”.
After a montage of Blake’s moments during his coaching sessions, Florida Georgia Line, featuring Nelly, comes out to sing “Cruise”.
Gary Gardner, Josiah Hawley, Chris Thomas, and Vedo to sing “Ain’t too Proud to Beg”.
As Danielle’s bring back performance she chose Amber Carrington, Caroline Glaser, and Sarah Simmons to do “All American Girl” by Carrie Underwood.
Bruno Mars comes out and performs “Treasure”.
Bob Seger, featuring The Swon Brothers, performs “Night Moves”.
Sasha Allen, Cathia, Judith Hill, and Karina Iglesias sing, “My Lovin’, Never Gonna Get it” by En Vogue.
As part of finals, the contestants come out to rehearse and do a photo shoot with Carson. They quickly learn that they in fact get a new car courtesy of Kia Motors.
Hunter Hayes, featuring Danielle, performs “I Want Crazy”.
Michelle brings back members of team Usher for her performance. Vedo, Cathia and Josiah Hawley. They perform, “We Can Work It Out” by Stevie Wonder.
Cher performs her new single, “Woman’s World”.
Finally it is time for the results of Season Four.
In Third Place: The Swon Brother.
In Second Place: Michelle Chamuel
And that means the winner of the recording contract, From Team Blake, Danielle Bradbery!!!
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