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‘The Voice’: Top 3 Collaborate With Coaches For Best Performances Yet

Mon, June 17, 2013 10:28pm EDT by Emily Longeretta 6 Comments
The Voice Final 3
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This was the last chance for the final three acts to prove they should be the winner of ‘The Voice.’ Will Blake’s team win for the third time in a row, or will Usher’s Michelle Chamuel prove that there is such a thing as beginner’s luck?

Finalists Michelle ChamuelDanielle Bradbery and the Swon Brothers all sang for the win on the June 17 episode of The Voice. First, we saw the coaches interact with their artist’s families. Then, each artist sang three times, making the night an unforgettable one!

The Swon Brothers Pick Up Tempo

The coaches opened up the show with a rockin’ performance of “With A Little Help From My Friends,” before the competition began.

Then, the show really began to heat up. Team Blake Shelton kicked it off, with the Swon Brothers taking on The Eagles “Can’t Tell You Why” (one of my all-time favorite songs). While Zach sung the lead and played piano, his brother Colton added in the falsetto that made the Eagles so famous, and the brothers completely pulled it off. Even Shakira was waving a “Go Oakies” flag!

For their reprise song — a song that each coach chose as the artist’s defining moment to perform again —  they sang “Danny’s Song,” nailing it for the second time. But was it a wise choice to do two ballads on the final night of the competition?

The boys made it up for it on their last performance — they sang Brad Paisley‘s “Celebrity” with their coach, and showed how much fun they could have.

Michelle Chamuel Continues Versatile Performances

Usher‘s team member Michelle took the stage to reprise one of her best performances yet, “I Knew You Were Trouble.” We all remember that that was a defining moment, and Michelle wowed us all with another performance of the hit song.

Then, she took on Annie Lenox, performing a very challenging song, “Why,” with the help of a background choir. Usher was extremely proud, but she wasn’t the only one! Shakira even put on the glasses to show her support! However, Blake was still confused about a ridiculous mirror trick in the beginning of the performance.

Her last performance of the night was with her coach, singing “One,” which really was perfect for them, as they have grown so close over the past three months.

Danielle Bradbery Steals Adam Levine’s Heart

Danielle Bradbery, 16, started off with a duet with her coach, Blake. They performed “Timber,” in an adorable full-country performance, and their voices sounded amazing together!

Her second song of the night was a reprise of “Maybe It Was Memphis.” By performing the song for a second time, we saw how much Danielle had grown over her time on The Voice. Shakira rocked it out in a cowboy hat, showing she supported each and every artist, while Danielle nailed each and every note!

Adam Levine loved Shakira’s look, but hr loved Danielle’s performance even more. He even admitted that he felt she would win the whole thing. Naturally, Blake loved hearing that.

It seemed they kept the best for last. Danielle took the stage to sing “Born To Fly,” her first really uptempo song ever. She really took a risk here, and it was worth it! When she hit that last note, Blake was out of his chair! Adam even said he was getting bored with how perfect she had been!

Top 16 Perform ‘Home’

The final three seem to have become a family themselves — they put on a performance of “Home,” and looked like they were having a great time! Then came the surprise — they were joined by the other top acts from this season! That’s right, all our favorites were back, and the top 16 performed together!

So HollywoodLifers who do you think should win The Voice? Let me know below!

WATCH: Danielle Bradbery & Blake Shelton Perform

— Emily Longeretta

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