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[embedded content] After weeks of blind auditions, quizzes, brutal knockouts and controversial eliminations, we finally end in crisis 15 of "The Voice." Tonight, the remaining four races Kennedy Holmes, Kirk Jay, Chris Kroeze and Chevel Shepherd – make their last appeal for our voices. And on Tuesday one of them will be crowned champion and finish the $ 1 00,000 record deal. But first, some press-packed performances. Each of the finalists is required to make three numbers – a new solo team, a special duet with their coach, and their first original single. Are your palms sweating? Adam Levine is probably not. He is the only coach without a horse in the race. As for the others: If Chevel wins, it will give Kelly Clarkson a second straight victory. If Kennedy wins, it means a first American championship for Jennifer Hudson, who made a victory on the English version of "The Voice". And a victory for either Kirk or Chris means Blake Shelton will catch a seventh coaching title – more Here's the song for every finalist, in the order they sang them: Chris Kroeze [19659002] – Solo cover: "Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd. An iconic, fun country rock song, to be sure. But an obvious – and exaggerated – one. Nevertheless, Chris gives a chance to showcase his amazing guitar skills, and the coaches give Chris a standing ovation. Blake said he "killed it." – Original single: "Human." Blake is jealous. He said he would like this song…

After weeks of blind auditions, quizzes, brutal knockouts and controversial eliminations, we finally end in crisis 15 of “The Voice.”

Tonight, the remaining four races Kennedy Holmes, Kirk Jay, Chris Kroeze and Chevel Shepherd – make their last appeal for our voices. And on Tuesday one of them will be crowned champion and finish the $ 1

00,000 record deal.

But first, some press-packed performances. Each of the finalists is required to make three numbers – a new solo team, a special duet with their coach, and their first original single. Are your palms sweating?

Adam Levine is probably not. He is the only coach without a horse in the race. As for the others: If Chevel wins, it will give Kelly Clarkson a second straight victory. If Kennedy wins, it means a first American championship for Jennifer Hudson, who made a victory on the English version of “The Voice”. And a victory for either Kirk or Chris means Blake Shelton will catch a seventh coaching title – more

Here’s the song for every finalist, in the order they sang them:

Chris Kroeze [19659002] – Solo cover: “Sweet Home Alabama” by Lynyrd Skynyrd. An iconic, fun country rock song, to be sure. But an obvious – and exaggerated – one. Nevertheless, Chris gives a chance to showcase his amazing guitar skills, and the coaches give Chris a standing ovation. Blake said he “killed it.”

Original single: “Human.” Blake is jealous. He said he would like this song on his record. Sounds like a radio-cool melody with a good message, but this is quite a low energy performance. We do not know if this really helped the Wisconsin rocker.

Duet (with Blake Shelton): “Two More Bottles of Wine” by Delbert McClinton. Another funny number, but again, is it enough to raise Chris on the upper level? Questionable.

Chevel Shepherd

Solo Cover: “It’s A Little Too Late” by Tanya Tucker . The little singer with a big big voice gives a smooth and soulful performance on this little little diny. The review for TVLine is called: “She sounded like a cowgirl at home.” We think it’s good. Kelly thinks Chevel will win everything.

Duet (with Kelly Clarkson): “Rockin” with the rhythm of the rain “of the Jews. Not surprisingly, Kelly gives the most charisma to this song and gets the energy to go to Chevel, who, despite a big voice does not always have a magnetic scene presence.

Original single: “Broken Hearts. “ A strong ending at night for Chevel, who pointed out that it was her first time that she recorded an original song. Kirk Jay

Original single:” Defenseless. “ This emotional country ballad was co-written by “The Voice” alum Nicolle Galyon and sang with a felt of torrisis covering the scene. Another trainer’s standing ovation. Jennifer said she was ready to go out and buy Kirks album and attend his Blake was excited that Jay had made her a country fan. You’re the real deal, he said.

Duet (with Blake Shelton): “You Look So Good In Love” By George Strait. OK. You go to Kirk. Not much harmonization here, but it works. Hollywood Reporter calls this soft ballad “an uncomplicated old school performance, which was a bit different for Jay.”

Solo cover: “I will not go” by Rasc All Flatts. Thumbs up to this song selection. A strong finish. Adam said his voice stands out during this season.

Kennedy Holmes

Original single: “Love is free.” We have no idea what all other people did on stage. Disturbing! Nevertheless, Kennedy gets her night to a good start with this catchy (about repetitive) melody. Recipe for Gold Derby wrote, “Her vocal touches reminds me of a little Brandy. Her stage presence for her age blows me every week.”

Duet (with Jennifer Hudson): “Home” of Stephanie Mills. A couple of big pipes on this song from “The Wiz.” Really impressive. As EW.com points out, “What works for Kennedy in this song is that she reminds us quickly that in addition to the pop-up pop style she has been on, she is also a pretty elegant soulmaker who can embrace her diva side as easily as anything else . “

Solo cover:” Confident “by Demi Lovato. The amount went wild for this. And what stage attendance. Kennedy finishes it by freaking out some dance moves. Jennifer thinks she sees a Beyoncé in the production.

So did the performances of the evening tell you who should win? Included on Monday’s show, participants in our “The Voice” survey favored overwhelming Chevel, who had more than twice as many voices for Kirk. With third and fourth were Chris and Kennedy.

We will see if these rankings are confirmed when the two-hour final of “The Voice” flies Tuesday evening at 9 o’clock on NBC.

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