The Voice Live Recap: Top 3 Sign, Seal & Deliver Their Final Spot In The Finale

Usher and Adam Levine rehearsing on The Voice.
The Voice top 3 perform for their lives & the coaches perform on stage on night one of the 'Voice' Finale

As The Voice's sixth season starts to come to a close, Monday night's show was full of explosive and exciting performances and events from the show's top 3 and even all four coaches Adam Levine, Usher, Shakira, and Blake Shelton.

Kicking off the live show tonight (May 19) was Team Adam's very own finalist Christina Grimmie performing the Miley Cyrus single "Wrecking Ball." Grimmie performed the song during the season's Blind Auditions which got Shakira, Blake, and Usher to push their big, red buttons and swivel their chairs 180 degrees to get Christina on their teams, however it was Adam Levine's convincing speech and quick chair-turn that got Grimmie to go pro-Team Adam. Only being in danger of elimination once on the seasons six's entirety, Grimmie was saved last week by fans of Levine's and Christina's alike to move on to this week's finale night. Adam Levine later took the stage to perform a stripped down, perfected version of "Somebody That I Used to Know" with his finalist Christina Grimmie. Her last performance of the night was a take on Elvis Presley's "I Can't Help Falling In  Love." 

Josh Kaufman took the stage after the commercial break with his his coach Usher to tackle The Police's hit single "Every Breathe You Take." Kaufman was once on Team Adam, however during the Knockout rounds Josh was stolen from Levine and joined Team Usher. Josh Kaufman then later performed "Sign, Seal, Delivered , I'm Yours" by Stevie Wonder. Kaufman previously performed this song during the Knockout Rounds. Closing out the night, Kaufman sang "Set Fire to the Rain" by Adele.

Jake Worthington took his country talent and performed Keith Whitley's "Don't Close Your Eyes." Worthington also performed this song during his Blind Audition and got Adam and Blake to both turn their chairs for the country crooner, however was won over by Blake. He later took the stage to perform "I'll Be Right Here Waiting For You" by Richard Marx. Him and his coach Blake Shelton took the stage later on to perform a duet of "A Country Boy Can Survive" by Hank Williams, Jr. 

Coaches Shakira and Blake Shelton took the stage to perform "Medicine", a cut from Shak's new self-titled album. Adam Levine took the stage later on the show to perform DeAngelo's R&B hit "How Does It Feel?" with fellow coach Usher. 

The Voice season 6 finale will take place live tomorrow at 8/7pm CPT only on NBC! Don't miss it!

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