With two more episodes to go, only one contestant will be left standing after the season finale of The Voice. The final four contestants have been neck-and-neck all season long, which should make for an interesting finale. Watch some of their best performances and let us know if you think Billy Gilman, Sundance Head, We McDonald, or Josh Gallagher win it all this year by taking our poll at the end.
According to Carter Matt, Gallagher was the biggest surprise going into the final four. Gallagher will likely go on to have a good career in the music industry, but advancing past third place will be difficult. Gallagher’s biggest obstacle is attracting more fan votes.
According to Enstarz, Gallagher started on Team Blake, but Head beat him during the Knockouts round, where Levine stole him. Gallagher also relied heavily on the Instant Save this season, which doesn’t bode well for the final two episodes.
For her part, McDonald is poised to become an instant star once the show is over. Not only has she had a great run on The Voice, but coach Alicia Keys will probably pull some strings to get McDonald a good music deal. She also has great appeal with fans, so there’s a good chance she’ll make it far.
In fact, McDonald has been a clear frontrunner all season long. Her soulful voice is able to branch out into classic and contemporary songs, and she has plenty of viewer support. Last week, McDonald advanced to the semifinals without landing a top spot on iTunes for the bonus. Even still, she will need a strong performance to beat out the other two contestants still remaining.
Gossip and Gab reports that Head is one of two country singers in the finale. If he was the only country singer left, then he would probably take home the grand prize. Even still, Head’s ability to cross genres and connect with the audience places him just behind Gilman in the running for first place. Not to mention he’s rocking an epic beard.
Of course, a country singer has not won The Voice since back in Season 7, but that doesn’t mean Head can’t win it all. For Head, the biggest thing he has going is that he appeals to viewers outside of country music. His notable performances this season include a rendition of Miley Cyrus’ “The Climb” and Alicia Keys’ hit “No One.” He’s also wowed audiences on songs like “Me and Jesus” and “Love Can Build a Bridge.”
There’s little doubt that Gilman is the frontrunner in the competition. After all, not only does he have a great dynamic vocal range, but he can also sing outside of his genre. He also has a popular coach in Adam Levine and already had a good fan base prior to the show. Gilman’s victory isn’t a sure thing, however, but it will take an amazing performance to take him down.
Furthermore, Gilman is this season’s pop star, and The Voice tends to favor these kinds of singers. Gilman shares similarities to previous winners, such as Alisan Porter and Jordan Smith, and has really performed well on tracks like “Anyway,” “Crying,” and I Surrender.”
Overall, Gilman has the best chances at winning this season. Of course, anything can happen when the contestants take the stage Monday night, and a great performance could vault any of the final four into the lead.
Fans can watch the action unfold when the Season 11 finale of The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday night on NBC.
Tell us! Who do you think will be crowned the winner of Season 11 of The Voice? Let us know by taking part in the poll below.
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