‘The Voice’: Chloe Kohanksi will win season 13 championship, say 54% of readers

Chloe Kohanski is the clear frontrunner to win season 13 of “The Voice” heading into Monday’s championship final, according to our readers. This Team Blake Shelton artist racked up a whopping 54% of the vote in our poll. That is almost twice the 28% tally of Adam Levine‘s sole competitor, Addison Agen. Miley Cyrus‘s last artist, Brooke Simpson, got a lucky 13% of the vote while Shelton’s other act, Red Marlow, managed a mere 5%.

On last Tuesday’s results show of “The Voice,” Agen, Kohanski and Simpson were sent through to the final based on their votes and sales on iTunes. Marlow made it in to the Top 4 after he won the Instant Save against Adam Cunningham and Noah Mac. The former was Levine’s last male artist while the latter was the last hope of rookie coach Jennifer Hudson.

Kohanski and Marlow may have the edge as they are on Shelton’s team and he has won five of his 11 seasons on the show. Agen is mentored by Levine who has gone 3 for 11 while Simpson is coached by Miley Cyrus, who lost her previous season of the show.

If you haven’t voted yet, take a read of our recap of their performances on Monday’s fourth live episode of “The Voice” and then cast your ballot. Be sure to sound off on your favorites (as well as those that you think should go) in our comments section and predict the winner so that the Top 4 contestants can see how they’re faring in our racetrack odds.

You can keep changing your predictions until just before the live results show airs. You’ll compete to win bragging rights and a $100 Amazon gift certificate on any shows with live episodes. See our contest rules and sound off with other fans in our reality TV forum.

SEE exclusive odds: Who will win ‘The Voice’?

Addison Agen: “Both Sides, Now” (Team Adam Levine)
Judy Collins won a Grammy in 1967 for this Joni Mitchell folk song, which the latter re-recorded in a lush version in 2000.

Chloe Kohanski: “I Want to Know What Love Is” (Team Blake Shelton)
Foreigner had a #1 in 1984 with Foreigner with this lead single from their fifth album, “Agent Provocateur.”

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Red Marlow: “Go Rest High on That Mountain” (Team Blake Shelton)
Vince Gill won two Grammys in 1996 for this sixth single from his album “When Love Finds You.”

Brooke Simpson: “Faithfully” (Team Miley Cyrus)
Journey got to #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 with this 1983 track from their album “Frontiers.”

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