The three finalists of "The Voice" season 4 sang one last time on Monday, June 17 before one of them was crowned as a winner. Each of them sang three times, including an encore of their "defining moment" and a duet with their respective coach.
After the four coaches kicked off the show with their performance of "With a Little Help from My Friends" by The Beatles, The Swon Brothers came up to sing "I Can't Tell You Why" by The Eagles. Adam Levine commended them for doing "an amazing job."
The country music duo then returned to reprise their performance of Loggins and Messina's "Danny's Song", which they performed last week. Their mentor Blake Shelton gushed that people were already playing their version of the song back in their hometown of Oklahoma.
Colton Swon and Zach Swon were later joined by Blake for a rendition of "Celebrity" by Brad Paisley.
Usher picked Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" for Michelle Chamuel's "defining moment" performance. "I'm so glad that you made it to the end, because you're needed out there as an artist," Shakira said of the unique singer. Michelle later had a duet with Usher, singing U2's "One".
For her third performance, she sang "Why" by Annie Lennox, showing her emotional and powerful vocals. At first, it appeared that she sang into a mirror but then it was revealed that the reflection was actually a prerecorded video. "I'm still freaked out about that mirror trick that you did. That was cool!" Blake enthused.
Danielle Bradbery of Team Blake took the stage for the first time that night for a duet with her coach. They did an adorable performance of "Timber, I'm Falling In Love" by Patty Loveless.
Danielle's "defining moment" song was Pam Tillis' "Maybe It Was Memphis". Adam said, "I think Danielle's the winner of this thing."
The Maroon 5 frontman was almost left speechless after her third and final performance in which she sang "Born to Fly" by Sara Evans. "What else could I possibly say? Your perfection is almost boring at this point. You're amazing, still," he gushed.
The winner of "The Voice" season 4 will be announced on Tuesday at 9 P.M. ET/PT in a star-studded second part of the season finale.