'The Voice' Recap: Who Will Win? (POLL)
It's the final countdown for The Voice contestants. After weeks of eliminations, the singing competition kicked off an exciting final performance show on Tuesday evening. The final four contestants -- Javier Colon, Dia Frampton, Vicci Martinez and Beverly McClellan -- sang their hearts out in hopes of winning. Each contestant sang an original song for the competition and a duet with their coach.
They're all gunning for the chance of winning the grand prize of $100,000, a recording contract with Universal Records and the title "The Voice." So who do you think will win? Cast your vote and take a look over the show's highlights and best performances (and also check out our sister site Idolator's coverage!).
The Voice Recap Highlights:
Coaches Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green opened the show with a rendition of "Under Pressure" by Queen.
Javier Colon for Team Adam performed original song "Stitch by Stitch" and later took the stage with his mentor to sing a Michael Jackson duet together with "Man in the Mirror."
In matching suits, Dia Frampton and her coach Blake Shelton performed a duet to "I Won't Back Down" by Tom Petty. Then Dia returned to the stage to sing her original song titled, "Inventing Shadows."
Beverly McClellan joined coach Christina on a song that "meant a lot to both of them," Aguilera's own "Beautiful." She later took to the stage to rock out to her solo original song "Love Sick."
Vicci Martinez from Team Cee Lo bared her emotions onstage with an original song titled, "Afraid to Sleep." Then she returned to the stage wearing extravagant, eighties-inspired leather and feather ensemble to sing Pat Benatar hit "Love Is A Battlefield" with mentor Cee Lo Green.
Tune into NBC's The Voice on June 29 to see who wins.