FIVE talented contestants gave it their all in the last performances of The Voice season 20.
Tonight's episode will tally the votes reveal who will walk away with a record deal and $100,000.
Who won The Voice last night?
Last night aired the first episode of the two part season finale of The Voice.
Monday night's episode gave the final five contestants their last chance to perform and win over America.
Viewers were able to vote for their favorite singer up until Tuesday morning to allow the votes to be tallied before the night's live results show.
The winner of The Voice 2021 will be announced during the three-hour finale Tuesday night, May 25.
Who is still left on The Voice?
Team Kelly has Kenzie Wheeler, Team Legend has Victor Solomon, Team Nick has Rachel Mac, and Team Blake has the highest chance with both Cam Anthony and Jordan Matthew Young.
The first performance of the night came when Team Kelly’s Kenzie Wheeler, belted out “Heartland” by George Strait.
From the beginning of the show, Shelton has said he believes Wheeler will win the show.
Team Legend’s Victor Solomon was next and dedicated his performance of “I Can’t Make You Love Me” by Bonnie Raitt to his girlfriend Ciarra.
Team Blake’s Jordan Matthew Young followed Solomon performing “Key to the Highway” by Big Bill Broonzy.
Next came Team Nick's Rachel Mac who dedicated her song "I Hope You Dance" by Lee Ann Womack to her 11-month-old nephew, Ezra.
Closing out the contestants' solo performances Team Blake's other performer Cam Anthony sang “Stand Up” by Cynthia Erivo.
Blake was overcome by emotions after the powerful performance insisting, “God put this young man here in my life on ‘The Voice’ that may change everything for this show.”
But that wasn't it for the night, the contestants competed in two rounds of solo performances to prove themselves.
Wheeler opened up round two by dedicating “The Keeper of the Stars” by Tracy Byrd to his hometown, his parents, and his grandparents.
Mac stepped up to the mic next performing “The Chain” by Fleetwood Mac. The song was a step out of her comfort zone but the judges seemed pleased.
Next up was Young's performance of “Stay” by Rihanna which he dedicated to his grandmothers Betty and Joy.
Anthony shocked the judges when he chose to sing “Wanted Dead or Alive” by Bon Jovi but proved his instincts right when Clarkson said that he nailed the song.
The final performance of round two was given by Solomon who belted out “Freedom” by Beyonce.
His explosive performance lead Legend to deem the performance the best he's ever seen on the show.
Who were the guest performers on The Voice?
NBC announced a star studded line up for the season 20 finale that will include performances by:
- Lauren Daigle
- Ben Platt
- Gwen Stefani & Saweetie
- Justin Bieber
- Thomas Rhett
- Snoop Dogg & DJ Battlecat
- One Republic
- Maroon 5
- Kelsea Ballerini
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