America and Adam Levine Predict Winner of ‘The Voice’

 The Voice” has finally narrowed the competition down to the top three finalists and America, along with coach Adam Levine, is casting predictions on who will take the title.

If you stopped tuning into “The Voice” after Judith Hill was eliminated, you certainly aren’t the only one, so allow us to catch you up.

The final three contestants have been narrowed down to Team Blake’s Danielle Bradbery and the Swon Brothers, and Team Usher’s Michelle Chamuel.

The Swon Brothers have made “The Voice” history by being the first group to ever make it all the way to the finals.

Danielle Bradberry is standing out as the 16-year-old country youngster with a sweet voice, while Michelle Chamuel is the quirky but lovable rock songstress who kind of reminds you of Ellen Degeneres when she starts dancing around.

Throughout the competition, it seems that the hype and support has been leaning toward Team Blake’s final contestants, which means he could very well be on his way to having one of his team members win “The Voice” three times out of just four seasons.

The only thing that could possibly stand in his way is the cult-like following that Michelle has already gained compared to  other contestants.

While Danielle and the Swon brothers have been very consistent in their performances, they tend to be the two contestants that you can easily forget about after the credits start rolling.

Michelle, on the other hand, is the talk of Twitter even well after the program has ended.

“I HAVE to buy some of those glasses now,” one fan tweeted. “#TeamMichelle #TeamUsher!”

Another viewer said he couldn’t even remember who the other contestants were.

“Who were those people who came on stage after Michelle,” he tweeted. “This isn’t even the voice anymore, it’s just michelle’s concert.”

Not to mention that Michelle also has one of the most influential coaches on the show. Usher’s smooth ways with the ladies means that his team member benefits from people who just want a reason to support the “Climax” crooner.

“I have watched like two episodes of the voice… and I’m still voting for usher’s team. Whoever she is,” one dedicated Usher fan admitted on Facebook.

But with iTunes sales counting into the votes this season as well, it seems like Danielle has the upper hand.

She has been belting out some of the country world’s most popular hits all season and there is no doubt in our minds that country fans are rushing to download the remixed hits.

Then there is also the fact that America loves a good story about a young singing prodigy who managed to enter the industry at such a young age.

So what advantage do the Swon brothers have?

Well if they were on American Idol they would certainly have the whole “white guy with a guitar” advantage – which would be amplified by the fact that they are TWO white guys with guitars – but other than that, they don’t have a clear leg up on the competition.

Quite frankly, it seems like the Twitterverse is confused as to how they made it so far.

“As much as I like the Swon brothers as people, I don’t think they were better than most of the contestants that went home,” one user tweeted during the finale episode.

Another user had an explanation for their advancement.

“The #SwonBros aren’t unusually great singers or anything but their personality is a winner,” the tweet read followed another one that said, “They are making America laugh. They are getting votes b4 they even start singin.”

Seems like a pretty valid point.

Meanwhile, Adam Levine is also adding in his own opinion about who will be crowed the winner of season four.

“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,” Adam said.

The winner of season four of “The Voice” will be crowned during tonight’s show.


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