Blake Shelton is the most successful coach in the history of “The Voice” and he now has two chances to capture his sixth victory. Chloe Kohanski and Red Marlow will both represent Team Blake in next week’s Season 13 finale. Adam Levine is looking for his fourth victory with his only contender, Addison Agen. Rounding out the Final 4 is Team Miley Cyrus‘ Brooke Simpson. Brooke is the only artist from Team Miley to ever reach the finals and could become the sophomore coach’s first winner. First-time coach Jennifer Hudson was shut out of the finale after losing her last two remaining artists on Tuesday night’s live results episode.
After one of the most competitive seasons in the hit NBC reality show’s history, a winner will finally be crowned on December 19. Chloe, Red, Addison and Brooke have all had standout performances and chart-topping songs on iTunes. But which one of them has the edge next week? Take a look at our power rankings below and let us know who you are rooting for in the comments!
1. Chloe Kohanski (Team Blake)
Chloe began her journey on “The Voice” by joining Team Miley after her blind audition of “The Chain” inspired Miley, Jennifer and Blake to turn their chairs. But Miley surprised everyone when she dropped Chloe in the Knockouts following her stellar performance of “Landslide.” That song went on to become the most downloaded Knockout performance on iTunes in the show’s history. Blake stole the indie-pop artist for himself and since then she has gone on to become this season’s most talked about contender. The raspy-voiced songstress is known for her no-holds-barred performances and has drawn comparisons to Lady Gaga, Gwen Stefani and Miley herself. After her semi-final performance of “I Want to Know What Love Is” became yet another number one smash, Chloe has now positioned herself as the artist to beat.
2. Addison Agen (Team Adam)
Addison also began her quest for victory as a part of Team Miley after her blind audition of “Jolene” gained the attention of both Miley and Adam. But Miley showed poor judgement once again when she let go of Addison during the Battles and allowed Adam to steal the soulful singer-songwriter. After teaming up with Adam, Addison has become one of the season’s favorite interpreters of song by delivering her own spin on classic hits. Her unique tone and emotional execution has led many viewers to compare her to this generation’s most popular artist, Adele. Her semi-final performance of “Both Sides Now” hit number two on iTunes, setting Addison up for a potential upset when the Season 13 winner is revealed next week.
3. Brooke Simpson (Team Miley)
It is difficult to look back at how Miley squandered the chance to absolutely dominate this season by letting two finalists go, but she still has one formidable shot at victory with Brooke. Brooke made a strong entrance to “The Voice” stage with a blind audition of “Stone Cold” that earned her a four-chair turn and comparisons to Season 10 champ, Alisan Porter. But unlike Chloe and Addison, Brooke remained on Team Miley, leading to her most memorable performance, “Amazing Grace,” which hit number two on the overall iTunes chart. With soul, gusto and an impressive vocal range, Brooke appears to have the qualities one would expect of a champion on paper. But it will take absolute perfection for her to claim victory next week. Impossible? Not at all.
4. Red Marlow (Team Blake)
Red rounds out the Final 4 as a more typical member of Team Blake. The country crooner started things off with a blind audition of “Swingin,” capturing the attention of both Blake and Miley. It was no surprise he chose to join Team Blake and it proved to be a perfect match. No other coach could have turned this old-school Nashville artist into a Season 13 finalist by making impeccable song choices and pointing out what is so great about Red to viewers at home. Red stormed his way to a top-5 iTunes single with his semi-final performance of “Go Rest High on That Mountain.” He then won the final instant save of the season with a straight-forward delivery of the country classic “Dixieland Delight.” Red is unquestionably the underdog heading into next week’s finale, but could a male country artist sneak up and steal the championship from three female pop singers vying for the same fan base? You’re darn tootin’!
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