The Top 4 artists on “The Voice” each sang three songs apiece on the two-hour finale on Monday, May 20. They performed a solo, a duet with their coach and an original tune. The goal for each of these would-be winners of season 16 is to stream the most tracks on Apple Music by Tuesday morning so that they can reap the benefit of a vote multiplier. Who do you predict will win “The Voice” on May 21?
Blake Shelton is looking for his seventh win as a coach and he has a trio of well-regarded artists (Gyth Rigdon, Dexter Roberts and Andrew Sevener) in the final. The only other coach with an artist still in contention is John Legend. This newcomer to the show has been mentoring the frontrunner, Maelyn Jarmon, who is the last woman standing. The other two coaches were sidelined earlier this season, with Adam Levine losing his last artists at the Top 13 stage of the competition while reigning two-time champ Kelly Clarkson saw her remaining hopeful fall short in the Top 8.
Review the roster of songs that the Top 4 sang on the final and then vote in our poll below as to who was the best and deserves to win season 16. And be sure to sound off in the comments section about your favorite artists (and coaches) this season and those that you were glad to see go.
Maelyn Jarmon (Team John Legend)
Cover: “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen
Coach Duet: “Unforgettable” by Nat King Cole
Winner’s Song: “Wait for You”
Gyth Rigdon (Team Blake Shelton)
Cover: “Once in a Blue Moon” by Earl Thomas Conley
Coach Duet: “Take it Easy” by The Eagles
Winner’s Song: “Proof I’ve Always Loved You”
Dexter Roberts (Team Blake Shelton)
Cover: “Anything Goes” by Randy Houser
Coach Duet: “Hard Working Man” by Brooks & Dunn
Winner’s Song: “Looking Back”
Andrew Sevener (Team Blake Shelton)
Cover: “Lips of an Angel” by Hinder
Duet with Blake Shelton: “All Right Now” by Free
Winner’s Song: “Rural Route Raising”