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In case you haven’t heard the great news, last night on The Voice 2013 Season 5, Team Adam Levine’s Jamaican powerhouse, Tessanne Chin, made it into the finals alongside her team mate, Will Champlin, and Team Christina Aguilera’s Jacquie Lee.

The Caribbean songbird has consistently amazed America with her dynamic vocals, humble spirit, and funky faux hawk and we’ve compiled Tessanne’s Top 3 best performances on The Voice thus far.

3. Tessanne performs “Underneath It All” by No Doubt feat. Lady Saw

After weeks of begging from coach Christina, Adam and Tessanne found a way to showcase Tessanne’s vocal ability while giving room from her Jamaican roots to fly. Not only did Tessanne sing No Doubt’s the ska-pop ballad “Underneath it All”, but her breakdown of Lady Saw’s bridge (using her sweet Jamaican accent) totally won us over.

2. Tessanne performs “Redemption Song” by Bob Marley

Moving forward with West Indian roots, Adam gave Tessanne the task of singing the iconic social song, “Redemption Song,” by Jamaican legend Bob Marley. Though many worried whether or not Tessanne could take on such a simplistic yet powerful song, the songstress proved to move audiences with her mellifluous sound.

1. Tessanne performs “Bridge Over Troubled Water” by Simon and Garfunkel

Taking the No. 1 spot (thus far) of all of Tessanne’s performances is the singer’s rendition of Simon and Garfunkel’s 1970 hit song, “Bridge Over Troubled Water.” Tessanne, who had heard tragic news of a loved one’s passing at the time of rehearsals, pulled herself together to give one of the most awe-inspiring performances that her own coach said was “the most flawless and elegant” he’d ever seen on The Voice.

What is your favorite Tessanne Chin performance on The Voice 2013 so far? Sound off in the comments below!