‘The Voice’: Michelle Chamuel Talks About Final Performances

The Voice comes to an end tonight and Michelle Chamuel is talking about her last performance. The only non-country singer left standing, she is ready to face young Danielle Bradbery.

Michelle belongs to team Usher, one of two new coaches on the program, the other being Shakira. Both joined the show this season replacing Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera.

Speaking to reporters after her final performance on Monday Chamuel said, “There was a lot more multi-tasking,” regarding prepping for the week. “So, we’re in the car, I’m listening to the song; I’m going to sleep, I’m listening to the songs; I’m getting my hair done, I’m listening, you know, there’s a lot less time. I guess the main difference is there’s a lot more rehearsing and it’s on a different level because your energy’s all sorts of spread out.”

For the final competition night, she had to prepare four songs, a never before heard solo, a duet with her coach, Usher, a “defining moment” song chosen by her coach, and a group performance which included the top 16 from The Voice

Asked whether Usher chose a song she was happy with she said while she respected the choice, “I would’ve picked Grenade (by Bruno Mars) because that was the first time I felt all these interlocking pieces come together; the score and the movement, you know? So that, for me, is what I would’ve picked.”

The coaches have made it clear who they think is going to win. As reported earlier by The Inquisitr, Adam Levine who has no contestants left on his team stated that Blake Shelton’s protege Danielle Bradbery will be the winner.

But Usher is very confident in the only person who can prevent country singer Shelton from winning the show with a three-peat.

Do you think The Voice will crown Michelle Chamuel winner tonight?

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