One day away from finding out the winner of "The Voice" season 5, the three finalists took the stage on Monday, December 16 to perform in a bid to gain viewers' votes. In this first part of the two-day finale, Tessanne Chin, Will Champlin and Jacquie Lee performed three times: an encore of their blind auditions, a duet with their coach and another solo.
Frontrunner Tessanne kicked off the show with Pink's "Try" which made all four coaches turn their chairs during the blind auditions. Her coach Adam Levine said, "Everything you do just draws me in," while Cee-Lo Green called her a fan-favorite.
Will did an encore of Gavin DeGraw's "Not Over You". Adam respected him for working so hard to get this far. Christina Aguilera agreed with Adam, congratulating Will for overcoming all his obstacles and making it to the finals.
Jacquie re-did Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black" and showed the "roar" that Christina said earlier. The coach said she got so much joy seeing her performance on stage and made her look forward to coming to the show again.
Tessanne then teamed up with Adam for a cover of The Beatles' "Let It Be". The Maroon 5 frontman once again took the stage to sing Elton John's "Tiny Dancer" with Will, and Jacquie and Christina joined forces to sing "We Remain", a song from "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" soundtrack sung by the R&B diva.
Next, Tessanne sang Whitney Houston's "I Have Nothing". Adam was left speechless again, saying in his comment, "My thoughts? I don't have thoughts right now." He also gushed about her flawless rehearsal.
For his final performance, Will took on Bryan Adams' "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You". Adam called it a major victory for him, as Blake Shelton said his vocals were solid and he didn't need to "glitter it up."
Jacquie did Jennifer Hudson's "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going". Blake praised her evolution on the show and called her pairing with Christina one of the best coach-artist pairings on this show ever.
The winner of "The Voice" season 5 will be announced on Tuesday night. Lady GaGa, Celine Dion, Ne-Yo and OneRepublic were tapped as musical performers.