June 18 marks the fourth season finale of ‘The Voice’ on NBC! This season has given us the most talented singers in the show’s history, and now that it’s down to the final three, I can’t imagine Danielle not winning it all.
Danielle Bradbery is a star, that’s really the bottom line. The Voice is full of talent, but it takes a specific kind of singer to stand out — and coach/mentor Blake Shelton has helped Danielle to really shine.
Danielle Bradbery Has The Most Potential As An Artist
At 16, Danielle did her first big performance ever on The Voice stage, taking on Taylor Swift‘s “Mean.” Now, just three months later, she’s a superstar.
As her coach, Blake has transformed a shy high school girl into a mature, beautiful star. Not only has her voice become stronger, but her maturity has also increased tremendously, as well as her confidence.
Blake made Danielle revisit “Maybe It Was Memphis” on June 17, the song she first performed May 7, and he felt was a defining moment for Danielle. Her first performance of that song caused Adam Levine to call her one of the “ones to beat.”
And she had yet another defining moment the second time.
I’m personally not a fan of repeating songs on live shows — I mean, we’ve already seen it once. While both Michelle Chamuel and the Swon Brothers did amazing renditions of their defining moments, Danielle’s did one thing the others didn’t: It showed just how much her voice and her stage presence have improved. It not only reminded us of that moment when she first sang the Pam Tillis hit, but it illustrated her transformation. It also impressed Adam, once again.
“I think Danielle is the winner of this thing,” he said after her reprise performance. And I think he’s right!
Danielle Is Already A Star
The Voice producers must know that Danielle a favorite of viewers — they give her the best time slots each week! Letting her close the show this past week, saving her big performance for the end, was the smartest move. Plus, her star power is beyond evident, as she charts on iTunes, week after week! Her perfect pitch is hard to turn down, so why would you?
I’m not saying that finalists Michelle Chamuel and the Swon Brothers don’t have talent; they’re all consistent, great performers. But who should represent the country as The Voice? I’m going to have to go with the one with the most powerful voice: Danielle Bradbery!
Do you agree, HollywoodLifers? Let me know!
— Emily Longeretta
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