‘The Voice’ is all about the contestants — especially tonight on the finals — but what would the season be without a last stunner by the coaches? Adam, Blake, Shakira and Usher took to the stage to belt out two songs. Click to WATCH their performances!
Not to overshadow the top three singers Christina Grimmie, Jake Worthington and Josh Kaufman, but you’ve gotta love The Voice coaches! In the midst of the final live show, Blake Shelton and Shakira took to the stage to perform their duet “Medicine,” while Adam Levine and Usher sang a sexy slow jam.
Blake & Shakira Stun With ‘Medicine’ On ‘The Voice’ Finals
In between the top three contestants performances, the coaches sang. What a treat!
Blake and Shakira took to the stage to prove just why they deserve to be coaches — because they are amazing and can truly command any crowd!
The country superstar and the hot mama sang their duet “Medicine” together, which HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY debuted from a live show midway through the season.
Shakira sizzled in a sparkly red mini dress, high black boots and her signature blonde, voluminous waves. Blake didn’t look as sexy (sorry Blake!) but his vocals perfectly complimented Shakira’s.
Adam & Usher Sing A Sexy, Soulful Song
Usher and Adam sang together, and the guys belted out “Untitled (How Does It Feel),” which is the definition of a slow jam. They were incredible!
Adam’s high-pitched voice and Usher’s slow control over his vocal range were beyond impressive, and we just loved seeing these guys sing together. Seriously, did you hear them belt out “Yeah, yeah yeah!?” How do their voices get so high?
We bet that the final three contestants were proud of their coaches, after the concerts they put on!
HollywoodLifers, let us know who put on the better performance — Usher and Adam or Blake and Shakira?
— Elizabeth Wagmeister
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