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Carson Daly on The Voice’s Country-Centric Season 4 Finale: “We Don’t Care at All”

There’s been some grumbling from Voice fans across the country as Blake Shelton and his army of country artists continue to succeed. On Tuesday, Blake’s artists Danielle Bradbery and The Swon Brothers both made it through to the Final 3, allowing the “Honey Bee” singer to dominate the finale for the second season in a row.

And if one of Blake’s artists wins (as she’s predicted to), it will be his third win in a row. But when Carson Daly spoke with about Blake’s consistent success and the country overload in this season’s finale, the host didn’t seem phased.

“We don't care at all,” Carson told the site. “America's going to complain about something no matter what you do. No one's ever going to be happy with a competition, because favorites are leaving. So as producers, we can never worry about that. The most important thing to us was to let America have the show. If it had been all three [finalists] from one coach, so be it. We think bringing the best singers to the finale is the most important thing.”

Personally, we love the country takeover on The Voice this season. No country artist has made it even to the semi-finals (unless you count pop rocker-turned-country princess Cassadee Pope) so it’s about time Team Blake represents!

What do you think of The Voice’s country-centric finale? Tell us below!