The Voice 2013 Finale: And The Winner Is …| June 18, 2013 at 8:32 PM EST
Tonight one of The Voice 2013 Top 3 will walk away with the Season 4 title. Will it be Danielle Bradbery, Michelle Chamuel or The Swon Brothers? We’ll know in a couple short hours.
Also up for grabs is the bragging rights of two of the coaches, Blake Shelton and Usher. If Michelle takes the title, that’s Usher’s first win as a coach. If not, then the honor goes to Blake for a third time in a row. His past winning contestants were Jermaine Paul and Cassadee Pope.
We’ll be live blogging the finale so be sure to stick with us all the way to the end when we learn the winner of The Voice 2013.
So let’s get to it …
Up first is a performance by The Voice coach Christina Aguilera and Pitbull with their single “Feel This Moment.” Xtina revealed a trimmer figure and delivered a high-energy performance to kick off the season 4 finale.
The Swon Brothers decided to call on fellow country crooners Justin Rivers, Holly Tucker and Amber Carrington for their bring-back performance. The five of them took on “Stars Tonight” by Lady Antebellum. It was nice to see Justin again. Holly and Amber were great too, but they were just here. Ha.
Michelle Chamuel teamed up with One Republic with their hit “Counting Stars.” I don’t really think that One Republic would have been her band of choice to duet with, but she killed the song. Great job.
Garrett Gardner, Josiah Hawley, Vedo and Kris Thomas returned for a fun performance of “Ain’t Too Proud To Beg.”
For her bring-back performance, Danielle invited back Amber Carrington, Sarah Simmons and Caroline Graser to help her perform Carrie Underwood’s “All-American Girl.” That was followed by a pre-recorded Bruno Mars performance. Zzzz.
The Swon Brothers duet with Bob Seger was pretty brilliant. It was a perfect fit and the performance itself was pretty perfect. Probably the best performance of the night. When did I become a Swon Brothers fan????
Up next more returning constants. This time Sasha Allen, Karina Iglesias, Judith Hill and Cathia took on “Never Gonna Get It.” Sasha and Judith owned the performance, but it was pretty solid overall.
Danielle’s duet performance is with Nashville star Hunter Hayes. They take on Hunter’s hit “I Want Crazy” and it was a perfect song for Danielle. She was better than Hunter if I’m being honest.
Michelle decided to reunite Team Usher for her bring-back performance. Joining her was Josiah, Vedo and Cathia with Stevie Wonder’s “We Can Work It Out.” Let’s just say it wasn’t the best performance of the night.
And finally, Cher takes to the stage for the world premiere of her new song “Woman’s World.”
The Voice 2013 Finale Results
- 3rd place: The Swon Brothers
- 2nd place: Michelle Chamuel
- The winner of The Voice Season 4 is …. DANIELLE BRADBERY
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