The final three contestants displayed fiery performances Monday night, hoping to win the approval of the home audience. Will the sixth season winner be Christina Grimmie, Josh Kaufman, or Jake Worthington?
The champion will be crowned on the live finale Tuesday night.
According to exclusive Gold Derby odds, Adam Levine team member Grimmie is in first place with 1/1 odds to win this season. It is a somewhat close lead over Kaufman, a Team Usher artist with 12/5 odds who was stolen earlier in this season from Levine.
Country crooner Worthington for Blake Shelton‘s team is in the third spot with 4/1 odds.
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For these past six seasons, Levine was the top coach for the first and fifth cycles. Shelton won in the second, third, and fourth seasons. Usher has never prevailed before, and neither has Shakira, who has no contenders left this time.
For Monday’s last showcase round, each contender sang two songs individually and one with their coach.
Grimmie performed “Wrecking Ball” and “Can’t Help Falling in Love” on her own. She teamed up with Levine for “Somebody That I Used to Know.” In the other live shows, she sang “Dark Horse” (April 21), “Hold On, We’re Going Home” (April 28), “How to Love” (May 5), “Some Nights” (May 12), “Hide and Seek” (May 12), and “Apologize” (May 13 instant save).
Kaufman sang “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” and “Set Fire to the Rain” solo. He did a duet with Usher on “Every Breath You Take.” In recent weeks, he performed “Stay With Me” (April 21), “This is It” (April 28), “I Can’t Make You Love Me” (May 5), “All of Me” (May 12), and “Love Runs Out” (May 12).
Worthington took on “Don’t Close Your Eyes” and “Right Here Waiting” on his own. He and Shelton sang ” A Country Boy Can Survive” together. He has also performed “Anymore” (April 21), “Run” (April 28), “Hillbilly Deluxe” (May 5), “Good Ol’ Boys” (May 12), and “Heaven” (May 12).
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