Michelle Chamuel consistently wowed the judges on Season 4 of "The Voice," and while last night's rendition of Annie Lennox's "Why" earned praise, it was Danielle Bradbery's solo performance of "Born to Fly" that stole their attention.
Bradbery, 16, is one of three remaining contestants in the final round, and one of two left from Blake Shelton's team. Shelton's fellow mentor Adam Levine predicted that Texas's Bradbery would take home the title after she closed the show with the upbeat country pop tune originally sung by Sara Evans. Check it out below.
Chamuel performed two songs, "Why," and she was joined by Usher for a duet of "One" by U2, both below.
Country boys The Swon Brothers rounded out the top three on Monday. Hailing from Oklahoma, Colton and Zach joined Shelton on stage to perform "Celebrity," poking fun at reality stars -- like themselves.
Tune in to NBC tonight at 9 p.m. to find out who gets crowned the winner.
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