'The Voice' Winner Predicted By Adam Levine

The Voice winner for season 4 will be announced on Tuesday night, but coach Adam Levine has already announced his choice for winner.

Speaking about the shows competitors on Monday night, Levine gave the top spot to teenage country singer Danielle Bradbery.

Bradbery sang "Maybe It Was Memphis" for a second time this season, a song chosen by her coach Blake Shelton.

After her performance, Shelton called the song her "defining moment," and Adam Levin was quick to agree and deem her The Voice winner for season 4.

Talking to the young singer, Levine was quite blatant in his claim:

"The crazy thing about your voice is it's just so unbelievably perfect and powerful. It's one of the better voices I think I've ever heard live. ... And I'm just gonna go ahead and say, I think Danielle's [the] winner of this thing."

While Blake Shelton and Adam Levine often take jabs at one another for the fun of the show, they are actually friends, and Levine's statement led Blake Shelton to give him a standing ovation.

After making his statement Adam looked over at Usher, coach of Michelle Chamuel, and said:

"Usher, it kills me to have to say that. I don't wanna say it's Blake."

In his grandiose, Blake Shelton style the singers coach added:

"I think you're one of the most important artists we've ever seen walk across this stage."

Danielle, Michelle Chamuel ,and The Swon Brothers have performed admirably throughout the entire season; however, The Voice winner may be in the bag. After all, Danielle Bradbery has been highly touted throughout the entire season, and she seems to have the support of the judges.

Blake Shelton really wanted a country singer winner this season, and it looks like he might get his way.

Do you agree with Adam Levine in thinking that Danielle Bradbury will be named as The Voice winner when the final results are read on Tuesday night?