The ballots have been counted, so we’re just about to learn who won “The Voice” Season 16 championship. The winner will be revealed by Carson Daly on the live two-hour finale for NBC on Tuesday. Your top choice will either be Maelyn Jarmon (Team John Legend), Gyth Rigdon (Team Blake Shelton), Dexter Roberts (Team Blake) or Andrew Sevener (Team Blake). All singers for coaches Kelly Clarkson and Adam Levine have been eliminated for this spring cycle.
Read our recaps of this week’s final performance episode on Monday, plus last Monday’s Top 8 episode and Tuesday’s Top 8 results show to remind yourself of where everything stands for this season. And here’s a list of all songs performed this year by the four finalists, including their tunes for Monday evening’s Top 4 program.
Maelyn Jarmon (Team John)
Blind Audition: “Fields of Gold”
Battles: “When We Were Young”
Cross Battle: “Mad World”
Top 24: “Fallingwater”
Top 13: “The Scientist”
Top 8: “Stay”
Top 4: “Hallelujah”; “Unforgettable”; “Wait for You”
Gyth Rigdon (Team Blake)
Blind Audition: “Drift Away”
Battles: “Drunk Me”
Cross Battle: “Goodbye Time”
Top 24: “I Want to Be Loved Like That”
Top 13: “Nobody But Me”
Top 8: “God Bless the U.S.A.”
Top 4: “Once in a Blue Moon”; “Take It Easy”; “Proof I’ve Always Loved You”
Dexter Roberts (Team Blake)
Blind Audition: “Like a Cowboy”
Cross Battle: “Believe”
Top 24: “Ain’t Nothing ’bout You”
Top 13: “Something Like That”
Top 8: “Here Without You”
Top 4: “Anything Goes”; “Hard Workin’ Man”; “Looking Back”
Andrew Sevener (Team Blake)
Blind Audition: “Honky Tonk Women”
Cross Battle: “Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde”
Top 24: “Boots On”
Top 13: “She Got the Best of Me”
Top 8: “Long Haired Country Boy”
Top 4: “Lips of an Angel”; “All Right Now”; “Rural Route Raising”
And now enjoy making your own comments below in our updating live blog recap for Tuesday, May 21:
9:00 p.m. – Tonight we find out the winner of “The Voice.” There’s an epic lineup of music in the building to help celebrate and Andrew is kicking things off with his idol, Travis Tritt singing “T-R-O-U-B-L-E.” It was a fun, energetic way to kick of the night.
9:10 p.m. – Taking the stage now are three brothers from New Jersey you may have heard of, singing “Cool,” The Jonas Brothers. Speaking of cool, I can’t believe these guys managed to make themselves cool, adult performers but they succeeded. I’m digging their new music.
9:25 p.m. – With his hit song “Talk,” Khalid is next on stage. He’s stepping to the forefront after serving as a mentor to the contestants during the Battle rounds earlier this season.
9:30 p.m. – Moving right along, Mari and Kim Cherry return singing “Good as Hell” by Lizzo and are an oddly perfect combination. Next, a quintet of Jej Vinson, Shawn Sounds, LB Crew, Domenic Haynes and Kalvin Jarvis keep things moving with “My Prerogative” by Bobby Brown. That was fun!
9:40 p.m. – Singing their new single “Rescue Me,” OneRepublic is following a quick promotion for the new series “Songland” from Will.I.Am. Will hopes that next year’s winner of “The Voice” will go to “Songland” and get themselves a hit! Wouldn’t that be nice if a winner from “The Voice” actually had a hit?
10:00 p.m. – Carson let the four finalists know that they all get a new Toyota RAV-4 before Hootie & the Blowfish take the stage to sing their throwback classic, “Let Her Cry.” Then, three-time Grammy winner Sarah McLachlan joined Maelyn for a heavenly performance of “Angel.” All I can imagine are sad cats and dogs when I hear this song. But they sound great.
10:15 p.m. – Everyone calm down! BTS is hitting the stage singing “Boy With Luv” and screaming teenagers are freaking out everywhere. Then, Dexter joined one of his mentors, Toby Keith, for a duet of “That’s Country Bro.” The song sounds fun, but they looked very serious singing it. I didn’t love that.
10:30 p.m. – Halsey is the next star to perform tonight. She’s got quite a stage production going on for her song “Nightmare.” Then, singing “Edge of Seventeen” by Stevie Nicks, Celia Babini, Betsy Ade, Lisa Ramey and Presley Tennant returned for a fun group performance.
10:50 p.m. – Hootie & the Blowfish are back on on stage, this time joined by Gyth for their hit “Hold My Hand.” Then, Taylor Swift and Brendon Urie joined the festivities with a performance of their hit, “Me!” There’s practically as many performers here as the “American Music Awards.” It’s a pretty fun night, but it’s finally time to get to business and find out who won this thing!
10:55 p.m. – The artist in fourth place is Andrew. No surprise there, he made it into the finale with the Instant Save, but he had a heck of a run. The artist in third place is Dexter. Will Gyth or Maelyn be “The Voice”?
10:59 p.m. – The winner of Season 16 of “The Voice” is Maelyn Jarmon from Team John Legend! Gyth Rigdon and Team Blake Shelton will settle for second. That’s a wrap!