It's down to the wire on season four of NBC's "The Voice." On the first part of the season finale, Danielle Bradbery took fans to new heights with her version of Sara Evans' "Born to Fly."
Following her performance, Danielle's coach Blake Shelton said her incredible vocals have him "wrapped around" her finger. Coach Adam Levine -- whose contestants have been eliminated -- announced that he believes Danielle is this season's winner. While Danielle is a powerful performer, she faces stiff competition from her teammates, the country music duo The Swon Brothers, as well as Team Usher's Michelle Chamuel. On Monday night, The Swon Brothers threw a curve ball when they began the show with a high-pitched performance of the Eagles' song "I Can't Tell You Why." The brothers also reprised their version of "Danny's Song."
Meantime, Michelle changed things up for her solo performance. Instead of her typically upbeat song choice, Michelle slowed things down with her rendition of "Why" by Annie Lennox. Always the loyal coach, Usher gave Michelle the standing ovation her performance deserved. The final three acts also put aside the competition to perform "Home" by Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros. Joining them on stage were the previously eliminated contestants from the show. Tune in to see who wins "The Voice" tonight at 9:00 p.m. Eastern on NBC.
Here are "The Voice" Season Four Finalists and their hometowns:
Michelle Chamuel, Amherst, Massachusetts
Danielle Bradbery, Cypress, Texas
The Swon Brothers, Muskogee, Oklahoma