The final three members of Season 4 of NBC’s “The Voice” will compete for the top spot in a two-hour broadcast Monday night at 8 p.m. EDT.
Blake Shelton, whose contestants have won the last two seasons of the show, continues his dominance of Season 4 as he has two acts in the final three. Michelle Chamuel is the lone competitor not on Team Blake (she belongs to Team Usher) and will sing against young blonde Danielle Bradbery and the country-crooning duo of The Swon Brothers.
Shelton’s remaining acts have taken the fewest risks this season but it has paid off as they secured spots in the finals. Danielle Bradbery and The Swon Brothers are so comfortable and so skilled in the country genre that there was never really any reason for them to stretch themselves out into the rock or pop or other genres. They may not have the most variety of the Season 4 competitors, but they have found their grooves and Blake has coached them extremely well.
Michelle, meanwhile, has dabbled in a little bit of everything, from Taylor Swift to Bruno Mars to Cyndi Lauper. She embodies the opposite approach of her country foes and Usher has encouraged her throughout the season to showcase her range. For a girl who used to sing in a screamo band, she has shown remarkable ability to move among different musical styles and never really miss a beat.
Monday’s finale will be a great contrast in styles and America will vote for and find out the winner of Season 4 on Tuesday.
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