‘The Voice’ Celebrates Top 5 Finalists With Behind-Scenes Footage Ahead of Two-Night Finale

by Madison Miller
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The voices over on “The Voice” have drastically dwindled in numbers. Now, we’re in the final stages of finding out who will earn that coveted title this season, which includes $100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group.

The show started out with dozens of contestants showing up in droves to take part in the Blind Auditions. Then came the Battle Rounds, the Knockouts, and eventually live studio performances in front of millions of viewers at home in real-time.

Now, viewers will select who they want to win out of the five contestants still left alive in the competition.

‘The Voice’ Teases Top Five Finale

The last contestants vying for the confetti-filled victory are Wendy Moten, Girl Named Tom, Paris Winningham, Hailey Mia, and Jershika Maple. Tomorrow, December 13, the artists will perform one last time during the finale.

“The Voice” Twitter account is teasing fans with some behind-the-scenes footage ahead of this two-night finale event. The video shares some feedback for each of the contestants from the coaches as well as their reaction to making it to the finale.

“I’m in the finale. Oh my god, I am so incredibly grateful, I’m so honored to be here I cannot wait to show the world why I deserve to be here…” Hailey Mia, a contestant on Team Kelly Clarkson said.

As always, it also shows a clip of Blake Shelton being outright obsessed with one of his contestants, Wendy Moten. “That wasn’t just finale worthy, that was literally like music history just happened on the stage. That was historical,” Shelton said following her performance from the semi-finals.

John Legend, Kelly Clarkson, and Blake Shelton each have at least one contestant going into the finales. The only coach without any contestants is rookie Ariana Grande. Hopefully, the “thank u, next” singer will have more luck next time.

Star-Studded Finale this Week

There’s a lot to look forward to for the upcoming “The Voice” finale. Besides watching the one contestant that will get the ultimate crown, plenty of other massive musical talents are also stopping by.

According to People, Carrie Underwood and John Legend will stop be performing their holiday duet “Hallelujah” together, which is from Underwood’s Christmas album “My Gift (Special Edition).”

Coldplay will also perform “My Universe,” which is actually their collaboration with popular K-pop group BTS. Ed Sheeran, who is also this year’s mega mentor, will perform “Shivers” off his new album.

Alicia Keys, a member of “The Voice” family, is returning to sing her song “Old Memories.” Country artist Walker Hayes is also coming by to sing his very popular song “Fancy Like.”

Lastly, Keke Palmer and Tori Kelly will sing “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) ” alongside the Top 13 contestants.