We’re down to the finals on The Voice Season 4. Last night, the Final 3 each had three chances to prove to America that they deserve this season’s title. Michelle Chamuel, Danielle Bradbery, and The Swon Brothers each sang one new song, one “defining moment” performance, and one duet with their coach.
The Okies from Muskogee had a strong evening reprising “Danny’s Song” as their defining moment and singing the overly appropriate “Celebrity” by Brad Paisley with their coach Blake Shelton.
Frontrunner Danielle Bradbery gave her performances the effortless quality that has led many to label her as a “child prodigy,” though we have to dock some points for her creepy duet with Blake — “Timber, I’m Falling In Love.”
The Texas teen ended the night on a high note with Sara Evans’ “Born to Fly,” proving that she can, and probably will, take home this season’s title.
And though Dani might have America wrapped around her finger, we found ourselves much more connected with Michelle Chamuel’s passionate performances. Even when Usher forced her to sing Taylor Swift’s overplayed hit “I Knew You Were Trouble” again, Michelle did it right and even better than her first rendition.
But the most touching moment of the evening has to be Michelle’s duet with Usher to the U2 classic, “One.” It was clear that these two care very much about one another and their voices had such a beautiful blend that we can’t wait to hear the R&B superstar’s cameo on Michelle’s sure-to-be upcoming album.
Do you agree with our pick? Watch the performance and tell us below!