Five artists are very eager to take a trip to the Voice finale.
The Voice finale was where artists including Dia Frampton, Chris Mann, Juliet Simms and Cassadee Pope cemented their spot in the music industry.
Tonight, the Final Five’s performances will determine who will be in the finale.
But only three artists will have the chance to compete for a contract with Universal Music Group and a cash prize.
Who might be heading to the finale? Who might be packing home? Read on to find out…
After Usher took the stage to perform his new single: “Twisted,” The Swon Brothers took the stage and performed Bob Seger’s “Turn the Page,” where they dedicated to their former and present band members. Their cover of the Bob Seger classic featured perfect blended vocals and it felt like the audience was transported us to a rock concert. A-
Team Shakira’s final girl standing, Sasha Allen, dedicated her first round performance to her children, Sierra and Phoenix. She took a huge risk and tackled Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You.” While it was a little pageantry in some measures of the song, it was great to see Sasha shine and her proud mentor Shakira beam. B+
Before Michelle Chamuel took the stage, she headed home to Amherst, Massachusetts for her hero’s welcome. From visiting her old coffee shop that she worked at to singing “God Bless America” in front of 38,000 people at Fenway Park, Michelle took it all in and delivered an impressive cover of Zedd’s “Clarity.” A
Earlier in the show, Danielle Bradbery received a surprise good luck message from recording artist Tim McGraw. He wished her good luck in covering one of his all-time favorite records: “Please Remember Me.” The country superstar would be proud of Danielle Bradbery’s cover that showed so much emotion and power behind her vocal. This could be her version of “Alone.” A
Amber Carrington closed out Round One with a cover of Katy Perry’s “Firework.” Just like Danielle, she received a recorded message from the “Firework” singer wishing her good luck. She dedicated a deconstructed country version of the hit to her best friends. In all honesty, this was not her best vocal and I did not like the arrangement of the show. She has a lot of ground to make up for in the second round. C+
The Swon Brothers kicked off Round Two with a cover of “Danny’s Song.” This was their finest performance on the Voice stage. It made Oklahoma proud and it showed that the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame Rising Stars have a future in the music industry. A-
Sasha reunited with her daughter, Sierra and her fiancé when she returned to New York City. After rocking out the Village Underground stage, Sasha paid homage to the Queen of Disco as she tackled “Bad Girls.” She would have made Donna proud and received a standing ovation from both her mentor and Usher. A
Danielle returned to the stage to perform Jessica Andrews’ “Who I Am,” which she dedicated to her parents and her best friend, Hailey. She made her way to the crowd to hug the three most important people in her life. This was an emotional performance and I think that audiences might see her in the finale next week. A
Amber returned home to Rockwall, Texas to reunite with her family and friends. Her visit gave her the boost to perform her cover of her coach’s single: “Sad.” Amber’s vocals were polished and I enjoyed listening her going into her upper register. This was her best performance of the night and one of her best songs that she ever performed on the Voice stage. A+
Michelle dedicated the final song of the night to her mentor, Usher. Her cover of Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time” was the best cover of her hit that was ever sung on any Reality T.V. show! I really hope that Michelle goes through the finale! A+++
Tomorrow night, Fall Out Boy and several Voice alums Tony Lucca, Terry McDermott and Nicholas David will provide the entertainment and the Final Three will be revealed!