Five performers are left – but only three spots remain.
All five acts earned kudos from The Voice‘s coaches during their two semi-final performances Monday night, but on Tuesday we will discover who America saved, and which two contestants are finally going home on the strong fourth season of the hit singing competition.
Danielle Bradbery, 16, has consistently proven she has both the talent and poise to shine against her older competitors, and brought her A-game Monday when the Blake Shelton team member delivered a nearly flawless version of “Please Remember Me” that Usher dubbed “amazeballs.”
Michelle Chamuel of Team Usher has morphed into the heart of the show for many fans, a point her coach acknowledged Monday when he called her “medicine for the whole world” after she delivered a heartfelt version of “Time After Time.”
The Swon Brothers, Zach and Colton, are the only duo left in the competition and have earned the title of “most improved” from most of the judges as they took coach Blake’s advice to heart throughout the season, culminating in a sweet version of “Danny’s Song” on Monday.
Adam Levine was the only coach to turn his chair for Amber Carrington during the Blind Auditions and predicted she would be one of the biggest surprises of this competition. He was right, and gave her the ultimate praise after she sang the Maroon 5 song, “Sad” Monday. The fact that you sat here and sang it better than I did … makes me so happy,” Levine gushed.
Shakira has also also been praising her final contestant, New York mom Sasha Allen, who showcased her initially-hidden saucy side Monday with a fierce version of “Bad Girls” by Donna Summer.
Results will be revealed on Tuesday’s show (8 p.m. ET on NBC).