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'The Voice' Final 9 Is Revealed Following Brutal Elimination Round

In a tense battle, Pete Mroz (Team Blake), Jose Figueroa Jr. (Team Nick), Ryleigh Modig (Team Legend), and Corey Ward (Team Kelly) gave it their all for the Instant Save.

In the end, there could be only one. And that was Corey Ward, who performed the Selena Gomez song "Lose You to Love Me."

With the final just two weeks ago, Coach Kelly Clarkson holds the edge with three remaining contestants, while Coaches Blake Shelton, John Legend and Nick Jonas each have two singers in the competition.

Check out the Final 9 below.

Team Blake

America's Vote: Cam Anthony
Blake's Save: Jordan Matthew Young

Team Nick:

America's Vote: Rachel Mac
Nick's Save: Dana Monique

Team Legend:

America's Vote: Victor Solomon
John's Save: Pia Renee

Team Kelly:

America's Vote: Kenzie Wheeler
Kelly's Save: Gihanna Zoe

Wildcard Instant Save:

Corey Ward

Watch Ward's Instant Save performance below.


'The Voice' season finale is down to the final five contestants

The show, in it's 10th year on air, is also celebrating last original coach Blake Shelton on his year anniversary. Shelton's fiancée, Gwen Stefani, returned on Monday night to play Shelton a special tribute video.
"Obviously you changed my life when I met you on 'The Voice' my first season, but sometimes I don't think you realize the impact you have had on so many other people's lives on this show," Stefani said.
Former contestants Ian Flanigan (Season 19), Todd Tilghman (Season 18 winner), Toneisha Harris (Season 18), Cassadee Pope (Season 3 winner), RaeLynn (Season 2) and more sent well wishes to Shelton.
Heading into Tuesday's show, Team Blake's Cam Anthony and Team Legend's Victor Solomon showed strong performances on Monday.
"To be here for 20 seasons, and in the 20th season, God put this young man in my life, on 'The Voice,' that may change everything for this show. I do believe that," Shelton told Anthony following his performance.
Solomon performed Beyoncé's "Freedom," and had coach John Legend gushing over his version of the song, calling it "the best performance I have witnessed on this stage."
The remaining top five finalists heading into Tuesday are Rachel Mac (Team Jonas), Kenzie Wheeler (Team Kelly), and Jordan Matthew Young (Team Blake.)
Original coach Adam Levine will return to perform with Maroon 5.
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The Voice final Last episode, cast and judges, final contestants and highlights

The "Live Finale Part 2" of NBC's The Voice will be aired on Tuesday, May 25, as a winner looks to be found. Monday, May 24, saw the first part of the two-episode finale take place, so Tuesday will see the winner crowned, with the prize being , dollars in addition to a record deal.


There is an illustrious set of judges, which are made up of Blake Shelton, Nick Jonas, Kelly Clarkson and John Lennon. Team Blake has two contestants remaining, compared to one apiece for Team Nick, Team Kelly and Team John.

The final contestants

Cam Anthony and Jordan Matthew Young (Team Blake), Kenzie Wheeler (Team Kelly), Rachel Mac (Team Nick) and Victor Solomon (Team John) will find out their fate on Tuesday night. The judges - Shelton, Jonas, Clarkson and Lennon - will all perform alongside their contestants during the finale.

It has been widely acknowledged for much of the series that Wheeler is the frontrunner to take home the prize money and to secure the coveted recording contract, but Anthony has emerged as a possible winner of The Voice, with Blake Shelton going so far as to state that he could become the first "superstar" to have been on the show.

Which other stars will perform?

The finale of The Voice has a star-studded guest line-up, which includes performances from Snoop Dogg, Justin Bieber, Maroon 5, One Republic and Gwen Stefani & Saweetie, to name just a few. Curiously, former Voice judge Adam Levine will take to the stage during Maroon 5's set. He was a member of The Voice's voting panel from to

When and where can I watch the finale?

The second part of The Voice's season 20 finale will be aired on Tuesday night at ET on NBC, while it can also be streamed via Peacock, Hulu or YouTube TV. It will be a three-hour episode, following on from each contestant's two performances on Monday night.


Just two nights after &#;American Idol&#; crowned its latest champion, TV&#;s other big singing contest, &#;The Voice,&#; celebrated its 20th winner during a glitzy, jam-packed grand finale.

All of which had us wondering: Wouldn&#;t it be cool to see the two shows stage a crossover competition and have America pick an ultimate champion of champions? Why not a summertime vocal throw-down?

Of course, it will never happen, so let&#;s stop daydreaming and get back to Tuesday&#;s important business on &#;The Voice.&#; The night began with five finalists &#; Rachel Mac, Cam Anthony, Victor Solomon, Kenzie Wheeler and Jordan Matthew Young &#; all eyeing that goofy microphone trophy. But when the proverbial dust settled, host Carson Daly could only call out one name.

And the winner is &#;

Cam Anthony!

Cam, a year-old native of Philadelphia, beat out runner-up Kenzie to secure the title. Jordan took third place, while Rachel finished fourth and Victor was fifth.

The results mean that Blake Shelton &#; yes, Blake Shelton &#; captures yet another coach&#;s trophy. For those keeping count, Blake now has eight titles to his credit. Of course, he went into Tuesday&#;s finale with the best odds. He was the only coach with two singers &#; Cam and Jordan &#; in the finals.

Cam&#;s victory was hardly a surprise. Most veteran &#;Voice&#; observers believed he and Kenzie were way ahead of the rest of the pack. And a poll asking readers to pick their favorite had Cam capturing more than 70 percent of the vote.

Cam wowed the fans and coaches from the very start, delivering a rousing performance of Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down” during the blind auditions. And as we all learned, he came in with plenty of experience and polish. At the age of 11, a video in which he covered a Bruno Mars song went viral. At 12, he was signed to a contract by Dr. Dre. He has performed at the White House and on &#;The Ellen DeGeneres Show.&#;

So impressive were Cam&#;s wide-ranging performances on &#;The Voice&#; that Blake repeatedly declared that he might be the first real &#;superstar&#; to emerge from the show.

The finale, as usual, was a star-studded affair. Original &#;Voice&#; coach Adam Levine returned to the stage with his band Maroon 5 to perform their latest hit single, “Beautiful Mistakes.&#; Also appearing were Justin Bieber, Lauren Daigle, Ben Platt, Gwen Stefani & Saweetie, Thomas Rhett, Snoop Dogg & DJ Battlecat, OneRepublic and Kelsea Ballerini.


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'The Voice' finale: Gwen Stefani returns to surprise 'Blakey,' plus Top 5 perform. Who will win it all?

It's down to the Final Five. 

"The Voice" is one night away from crowning its 20th champion on its 10th year on air. But before the final five took the stage, the NBC show paused the singing competition to congratulate the last original coach on his year anniversary: Blake Shelton. 

Gwen Stefani, the reigning champion and Shelton's fiancée, returned during the finale to surprise her "Blakey" with a special tribute video from his former artists over the decade.

"Obviously you changed my life when I met you on 'The Voice' my first season (in ), but sometimes I don’t think you realize the impact you have had on so many other people’s lives on this show," Stefani said. The video included touching messages from Ian Flanigan (Season 19), Todd Tilghman (Season 18 winner), Toneisha Harris (Season 18), Cassadee Pope (Season 3 winner), RaeLynn (Season 2) and more.

And, what may be the first time in "Voice" history, Shelton was left speechless: "I don’t know what to say. That’s a lot to take in. It’s overwhelming. I love my job here and I love that I’ve been able to have some little chapter in people’s lives."

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Now back to the competition.

The only thing separating one of the top five finalists – Rachel Mac, 16; Cam Anthony, 19; Victor Solomon, 22; Kenzie Wheeler, 23; and Jordan Matthew Young, 35 – from hoisting "The Voice" trophy is two final performances on Monday. 

Each artist was tasked with performing a song that signifies their journey and a special selection dedicated to someone instrumental in their life. Each coach is represented in the finale, but Shelton has a slight advantage with two finalists, compared to Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Nick Jonas each having a solo singer. 

From Clarkson’s mullet-wielding cowboy to Jonas’ teen Darkhorse, who will win it all? Here's what happened during Monday's finale:

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"The Voice" final five, from left: Kenzie Wheeler, 23; Cam Anthony, 19; Rachel Mac, 16; Victor Solomon, 22; and Jordan Matthew Young,

Team Clarkson's Kenzie Wheeler

The four-chair turn kicked off the finale with upbeat honky-tonk vibes on George Strait’s "Heartland." Clarkson danced alongside cowboy-wearing background dancers from her signature red chair, giving the performance a concert feel.  

"We all miss going to shows and that's exactly what that moment was," Clarkson said. "I want to go to a bar, thank you for the inspiration. I think you are so fantastic."

Kenzie, a "seventh-generation Floridian," got emotional while dedicating Tracy Byrd's "Keeper Of The Stars" to "the town that raised me": Dover, Florida. 

"Roots are so important. I think you made a lot of people proud in Florida tonight," Jonas said.

Team Legend's Victor Solomon

The Illinois native, a three-chair turn, dedicated a passionate rendition of Bonnie Raitt's "I Can’t Make You Love Me" to his wife Ciarra Noelle. In a heartfelt letter introducing his performance, Solomon recited, "From the first moment I saw you on Twitter, I knew that you would be the one for me."

Jonas can relate. "I loved your dedication in the beginning. It was beautiful. I happened to meet my wife on Twitter," Jonas said of wife Priyanka Chopra.

Legend applauded Solomon for adding his "personality, soul and artistry" to the classic. 

Solomon ended his run of the show with a powerful rendition of Beyoncé’s “Freedom,” which included some high-energy choreography and rapped segments. All the coaches were on their feet.

Legend said that Solomon's act was "the best performance I witnessed on this stage."

Team Shelton's Jordan Matthew Young

Shelton said his three-chair turn Texan, who earned the last spot in the finals by way of the Instant Save last week, showcased yet "another lane" on Eric Clapton and B.B. King's "Key To The Highway." Young's soulful performance included a guitar solo, and as Shelton put it, "he lives and dies with his guitar in his hand."

Legend said "no one is doing music like you on this show." He also gave Young a new superlative: "You are the best dressed man on this season of 'The Voice.'"

Shelton said Young's performance was so good that it "calls for a drink, America." The coaches then raised their cups in a socially-distanced "cheers."

Young dedicated a country-inspired version of Rihanna's "Stay" to his late grandmothers Betty and Joy, who he "never got to say goodbye" to. "I cannot thank you both enough for shaping me into who I am today," he wrote in his emotional letter. 

Jonas said Young pours his "heart and soul into everything you do." Shelton's remarks were a little more crass. He said Young just "slapped America on both sides of the face."

Team Jonas' Rachel Mac

 The Michigan native – a one-chair turn, who is the youngest singer in the competition – dedicated an emotional rendition of Lee Ann Womack’s "I Hope You Dance" to her 8-month-old nephew Ezra, who like Mac, entered the world "raised by a single parent."

Jonas said Mac's dedication "nearly made me cry" and said her accomplishments so far would make anyone proud: "16, the only female still in this competition and a one chair turn, and you just got up there and gave one of your best performances."

Clarkson complimented the "pure and angelic" tone of Mac's voice. 

Mac performed a fiery rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s "The Chain” in the middle of a dreamy forest. "How did you get the Garden of Eden in here for your performance?" Legend asked. 

Jonas said her performance felt like "an amazing concert" that he would've loved to attend: "I would have wanted you to keep going on for 30 or 40 minutes."

Team Shelton's Cam Anthony

The three-chair turn from Pennsylvania debuted a symbolic afro after dedicating a powerful performance of Cynthia Erivo’s "Stand Up" to visionaries who fight for "inclusion" and believe "faith and love can guide us all." All of the coaches were on their feet during the visually stunning performance and gave the first standing ovation of the finale.

Legend said Anthony is "ready for any stage you want to be on." He said Anthony posses the "God-given talent" and "performance ability" to be a "superstar."

"It’s too bad that Nick (Jonas) took the chance away from you," Shelton joked, referring to Jonas using his block on Legend during the Blind Auditions. On a more serious note, Shelton said Anthony may "change everything for this show" and blow up. 

Anthony crossed over to rock 'n' rollfor a rendition of Bon Jovi's “Wanted Dead Or Alive.”

Although Shelton was "shocked" by Anthony’s song selection, the cowboy said it just proves there’s "nothing this kid can’t do." Clarkson said she was also "surprised" by his selection, adding "he nailed that song obviously."

What's next?

The singers' fates are now up to America. 

The winner of Season 20 will be revealed during Tuesday's star-studded, two-hour finale live show (8 EDT/PDT) following overnight viewer voting.

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'The Voice' finale: Cam Anthony wins Season 20, handing Blake Shelton 8th win in 10 years

Much like the Nina Simone classic Cam Anthony sang during the Knockout round, the year-old Pennsylvanian is “feeling good” after winning "The Voice."

Anthony was crowned the Season 20 champ of during Tuesday's finale, handing Blake Shelton yet another title. The last original coach on the NBC singing competition adds to his record as the winningest coach in the show's history with eight wins under his cowboy belt.

Anthony and Shelton, an "unlikely pairing" of a soulful artist and country legend, shared a long embrace as confetti showered the stage, which may be the duo's first hug on air amid eased COVID regulations. 

"This has been the time of my life," Anthony said before thanking his coach for allowing him to "explore my artistry…and have as much fun with it as possible."

Shelton was the one thanking Anthony for putting "The Voice" on the map during the singing competition's 20th season in 10 years: "You being on this show and giving us the chance to be a part of your journey has changed the show forever and we’ve been needing that."

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Seaosn 20 "The Voice" champion Cam Anthony poses with winning coach Blake Shelton.

Shelton has fellow coach Nick Jonas to partially thank for his win. (Even though Shelton will never admit it.)

Anthony earned a three-chair turn during the first night of Blind Auditions after wowing Shelton, Jonas and John Legend with his soulful sound on Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down.” Anthony said he was “looking to get John to turn” because “his voice is pretty similar to mine,” but Jonas had other plans. He blocked Legend, preventing Anthony from joining the R&B legend’s team.

“Everybody is betraying me. I expect this from Blake but Nick deftly blocked me and I’ll never forgive him for that,” Legend said during the Blinds. After the Top 9 semifinal performances, Legend added: "Every time I hear Cam sing, it breaks my heart that Nick would use his block (on me) in such a way.”

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When the votes were tallied, Wheeler (Team Kelly Clarkson) finished in second place; Young (Team Shelton) came in third; Mac (Team Jonas) in fourth; Victor Solomon (Team Legend) in fifth.

The two-hour season finale felt like a concert, with more than a dozen guest performances and post-competition duets with the Top 5 and their coaches.

Jonas and Mac paired up for a rocking rendition of Foo Fighters' "Best Of You," marking the first time the legendary band has ever "approved for someone to use their song on 'The Voice,'" which Jonas called a true testament to Mac's talent.

Solomon looked right at home next to Legend on a soulful rendition of Donny Hathaway’s "Someday We'll All Be Free." Solomon called the duet "a dream come true" and a "full circle moment": He sang Legend’s '"Ordinary People' in the eighth grade talent show that I won,” auditioned with Legend’s “Glory” during the Blind Auditions in front of the EGOT winner and closed out his run with a duet with Legend. 

"Victor and I started singing together on this show," Legend said, referring to their impromptu duet of "Ordinary People" during the Blinds. "So it makes perfect sense that we are closing this season singing together in the finale."

Wheeler and Clarkson finally got the opportunity to sing together on Keith Whitley's "When You Say Nothing at All." Clarkson dubbed their partnership "Ken-ly," a mash-up of their first names, like their mash-up of country and pop on the Whitley classic. 

Shelton had double duty Tuesday with two finalists. He tackled Fine Young Cannibals' "She Drives Me Crazy" with Anthony, despite being "pretty different when it comes to singing." The cowboy then went old school with Young on George Strait's "All My Ex's Live in Texas."

"I don’t think you have any exes in Texas, but that just makes one of us," Shelton joked.

The NBC singing competition also brought back some familiar faces who, as host Carson Daly put it, are "forever in 'The Voice' family": Former coaches Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani and Kelsea Ballerini.

Levine, an original coach since the show's debut, departed from the hit NBC singing competition after 16 seasons in , returned with Maroon 5 for "Beautiful Mistakes" featuring Megan Thee Stallion. "It wouldn’t be a year celebration of 'The Voice' without bringing back one of our original coaches," Daly said. 

Stefani, the reigning "Voice" champion, performed "Slow Cap" with rapper Saweetie. Ballerini, who filled in for a sick Clarkson during the Battles earlier this season, teamed up with Wheeler for her new single, "half of my hometown."

"(Clarkson) could have called anyone…but the fact that you called me meant the world," Ballerini said. Clarkson dubbed her "the best honorary Team Kelly coach EVER."

OneRepublic, who performed at the inaugural "Voice" finale 10 years ago, took viewers backstage with their song "Run." Lauren Daigle sang "Hold On To Me" backed by a choir, and Snoop Dogg brought the tropics to the studio with his inspired single “Sittin On Blades" with DJ Battlecat. (The time-Grammy-nominated rapper served as a mega-mentor during the Knockouts.)

Justin Bieber cruised onto the "Voice" stage in a classic sports car to perform his laid-back mega-hit “Peaches” before bringing a vibrant light show on his single "Hold On." Ben Platt, star of "Dear Evan Hansen," showed off his singing on his new single, "Imagine." Thomas Rhett joined virtually for a performance of "Country Again." (Rhett served as an adviser for Team Clarkson in )

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