Billy Gilman is poised to be back on top of the music world when he wins “The Voice” Season 11 championship this week. Our latest Gold Derby exclusive odds based on the predictions of viewers like you have Gilman with dominating 8/11 odds to prevail on Tuesday. A victory by the former country music child star would also mean that his coach Adam Levine will win his record-tying fourth title for having the top artist.
Team Alicia Keys artist We` McDonald is in second place with 3/1 odds to win. Just behind her is Sundance Head with 13/2 odds for Team Blake Shelton, who could be celebrating a fifth coaching trophy. The other remaining artist in the Top 4 is Josh Gallagher, also for Team Adam, with distant 22/1 odds. Rookie coach Miley Cyrus has no remaining contestants competing this season.
These four artists will perform on Monday’s final live show with results being announced on Tuesday. Do you agree with our predictions above? Make sure you vote before the results are revealed.
Let’s take a look back at each remaining singer and how they got to this point in the season:
Gilman’s performances for this year have been “When We Were Young” (blind audition song) by Adele, “Man in the Mirror” (battle song) by Michael Jackson, “Fight Song” (knockout song) by Rachel Platten, “Crying” (top 20) by Roy Orbison, “The Show Must Go On” (top 12) by Queen, “All I Ask” (top 11) by Adele, and “Anyway” (top 10) by Martina McBride, and “I Surrender” (top 8) by Celine Dion.
McDonald’s song choices for this season have been “Feeling Good” (blind audition song) by Anthony Newley, “Maybe” (battle song) by The Chantels, “No More Drama” (knockout song) by Mary J. Blige, “Home” (top 20) from “The Wiz,” “Take Me to Church” (top 12) by Hozier, “Love on the Brain” (top 11) by Rihanna, “God Bless the Child” (top 10) by Billie Holiday, and “Scars to Your Beautiful” (top 8) by Alessia Cara.
Head’s journey to the finale has included “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long” (blind audition song) by Otis Redding, “Feel Like Makin’ Love” (battle song) by Bad Company, “The Climb” (knockout song) by Miley Cyrus, “Blue Ain’t Your Color” (top 20) by Keith Urban, “My Church” (top 12) by Maren Morris, “No One” (top 11) by Alicia Keys, “Me and Jesus” (top 10) by Tom T. Hall, and “Love Can Build a Bridge” (top 8) by the Judds.
Gallagher’s performances on the NBC show have been “Stay a Little Longer” (blind audition song) by Brothers Osbourne, “Stranger in My House” (battle song) by Ronnie Milsap, “My Maria” (knockout song) by B.W. Stevenson, “Colder Weather” (top 20) by Zac Brown Band, “Why” (top 12) by Jason Aldean, “Drunk on Your Love” (top 11) by Brett Eldredge, “Real Good Man” (top 10) by Tim McGraw, “Danny’s Song” (top 8) by Kenny Loggins, and I Drive Your Truck” (instant save) by Lee Brice.
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