The final week of "The Voice" USA 2014 has arrived with only three contestants remaining in the competition. The finalists will perform live one last time, based on which America will decide the winner.
The finale of "The Voice" season 6 will be telecast live at 8:00 pm EST Monday on NBC Television (6.30 am IST, Tuesday). The finalists will perform for America's votes and the winner will be announced on Tuesday's episode.
The top three finalists - Christina Grimmie, Josh Kaufman and Jake Worthington - will perform two songs each; one chosen by their representative coaches and the other by the audience via online poll, according to Mjsbigblog.
The four coaches - Adam Levine, Shakira, Blake Shelton and Usher - will also perform during the two-day finale of the popular show.
Last week saw Kristen Merlin of Team Shakira and Kat Perkins of Team Adam being sent home, after failing to convince the American audience with their performances for survival. Shakira was left with no contestants, following the departure of Merlin.
Christina Grimmie: The girl from Team Adam was an internet sensation much before she entered "The Voice". Grimmie performed "Hide and Seek" by Imogen Heap and fun's "Some Nights" last week, before her rendition of OneRepublic's "Apologize" saved her from being eliminated. She is one of the most powerful singers in the completion but her performances have been a little inconsistent.
Josh Kaufman: Kaufman was initially on Team Adam but Usher pushed the button after he was shown the door during the battle's round 2. Despite his great voice, Kaufman was sort of an underdog in the initial stages but has now turned into one of the favorites to win the competition this season. He sang John Legend's "All of Me" and OneRepublic's "Love Runs Out" last week. Kaufman is, no doubt, one of the most consistant performers of season 6.
Jake Worthington: Critics seem to be a bit harsh on this country singer from Team Blake, with many opining that he has a pitch issue. However, his coach - who knows country music better than most critics - has been rooting for him since day one. Worthington sang Waylon Jennings' "Good Ol' Boys" and Bryan Adams' "Heaven" last week, and he was the first contestant to be called out by host Carson Daly for the finale.
The live performances by the top three finalists will not be followed by the elimination round, like in the previous weeks, but by the declaration of the winner.