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The Voice coaches memorably kicked off Season 4 of the NBC smash a few months ago with a rendition of a Beatles classic, "Come Together."

Then last night, on the eve of the finale, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Usher and Shakira came another again on "With a Little Help from My Friends."

Symmetry, people. Check out the fab four's performance below:

Also last night, The Voice Season 4 finalists Danielle Bradbery, Michelle Chamuel and The Swon Brothers came together for a sweet take on "Home."

Watch that after the jump and vote on who you want to win it all!

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Danielle Bradbery, the 16-year-old Texan, has been a fan and coach favorite all season on The Voice. Did she lock up the Season 4 crown last night?

Adam Levine says she did, and just watching the way this artist - whose public debut was The Voice - is so instilled with natural talent, it's hard to argue.

While indie-leaning rocker Michelle Chamuel and country duo the Swon Brothers gave it their all, Danielle’s ability and likability may be too big of an edge.

What do you think? Watch her final solo song, Sara Evans' "Born to Fly," and an encore of her breakout song, "Maybe It Was Memphis," and vote below!

Who do you think should win Season 4 of The Voice?


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No offense to Danielle Bradbery and The Swon Brothers, but in Usher's mind, his protege Michelle Chamuel is the singer who deserves to win The Voice.

"Michelle Chamuel - the winner!" Ursh declared last night.

Equally impressed by what she saw, Shakira commented: "Your energy is contagious. You're extraordinary. You're needed out there, as an artist."

Last night, Michelle nailed her rendition of "Why," then reprised one of her defining moments of the season with Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble."

Will it be enough to win The Voice? Watch and vote ...

Who do you think deserves to win The Voice Season 4?


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The Swon Brothers, comprised of crooning siblings Zach and Colton Swon, have impressed from the first time they took The Voice stage this spring.

They've exceeded all expectations by making it all the way to the The Voice's final three, but do they stand any chance of winning the title this evening?

“We want to win,” Zach said, praising Danielle Bradbery and Michelle Chamuel. “But if we don’t, it will be OK. It’s an honor to lose to either of those girls.”

Will they? Watch their final two performances from last night, "I Can't Tell You Why" and an encore rendition of "Danny's Song," and vote in our poll below:

Who do you think deserves to win The Voice Season 4?


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The Swon Brothers.

Michelle Chamuel.

Danielle Bradbery.

The remaining three acts made their case on the last performance show of The Voice Season 4 tonight. Who do you think shone brightest of the finalists?

Voice Top 3 Finalists

Can Usher's protege Michelle make him a first-time winner? Or will Blake win for the third straight year on the strengths of his country cutie - or duo?

Which song was your favorite - and least favorite - Monday? Take a look:

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Christina Aguilera and Cher are among the big names set to perform on The Voice Season 4 finale June 18. The diva quotient has now reached its peak!

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With The Voice results reducing the field to just three, only two episodes remain this season: Monday's performances and Tuesday's results mega-finale.

Christina Aguilera and Cher will take the stage live, as well as Florida Georgia Line and Nelly. The show will also air a pre-recorded performance by Bruno Mars.

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The Swon Brothers, Michelle Chamuel, Sasha Allen, Danielle Bradbery and Amber Carrington made their case on The Voice semifinals Monday night.

Now The Voice results are in, and the finalists have been revealed.

Voice Season 4 Coaches Picture

The question coming in was not which singers had the most talent - they've all got skills - but who would pick the right songs and stand out from the pack.

America has now provided the answer. Your three finalists are ...

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One of the biggest questions heading into The Voice semifinals:

Would coach Usher's new song "Twisted" be any good?

We'll leave it up to you to decide if the song is up to his standards, but if his ankle injury was bothering him, the R&B star didn't show it Monday night.

Ursh got the penultimate episode rolling with his best James Brown impression in an energetic, magnetic and frenetic performance of "Twisted."

Check out his show-stopping effort below ...

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The Voice Top 5 took to the stage to perform two songs last night, with only three spots in next week's finals on the line. Who will claim them this evening?

Let's relive Monday's performances and find out, shall we?

Amber Carrington gave a heartfelt performance of Maroon 5's "Sad" and Katy Perry's "Firework." Will this be enough to propel her into the title round?

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On Tuesday night, Holly Tucker was eliminated from The Voice.

Soon afterward Joey Guerra - music critic for The Houston Chronicle - Tweeted the following: "#TheVoice sends one singer back to Texas. Don't worry, it's not the one we care about."

And soon after that, Blake Shelton stuck up for his ousted team member.

Holly Tucker on The Voice

"It's people like you @joeyguerra that make me sick," the country star wrote. "Holly is not only a talented singer but a great person that's simply chasing a dream."

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