'The Voice' Finale Part 1: Top 5 of Season 25 Perform for the Last Time
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The long-running singing competition aired its 'Live Finale Part 1', featuring the Top 5 taking the stage to sing in front of the coaches for the big night, on Monday, May 20.

AceShowbiz - The winner of "The Voice" season 25 will soon be revealed. The long-running singing competition aired its "Live Finale Part 1" on Monday, May 20, featuring the Top 5 taking the stage to sing in front of the coaches for one last chance to get voted as the winner. For the big night, the singers sang two songs, a ballad and an up-tempo song.

The first finalist to perform tonight was Nathan Chester (Team John Legend), who sang "It's Your Thing" by The Isley Brothers for his up-tempo song choice. Chance The Rapper praised Nathan for his arrangements that made his performance something original. John, meanwhile, said that Nathan "outdid" himself.

Later, Josh Sanders from Team Reba McEntire performed next. He opted for "Go Rest High on That Mountain" by Vince Gill for his ballad performance. Reba said that Josh's performance hit her "so hard" because he "got that heart going."

Asher HaVon, another Team Reba singer, followed it up with a performance of "Last Dance" by Donna Summer. John loved it, once again stressing that he thought Asher is "the best vocalist in the competition." As for Reba, she noticed that Asher had so much fun during the performance.

Bryan Olesen (Team John) chose "Beautiful Things" by Benson Boone for his first performance. Following the performance, John said that he was "so moved by it" and praised Bryan for being able to communicate through his performance.

Up next, Karen Waldrup (Team Dan + Shay) hit the stage to sing "What Hurts the Most" by Rascal Flatts. Dan labeled the performance "iconic." Shay, meanwhile, thanked Karen for her work and told her that he's "so proud" of her.

Josh later returned for a second performance of the night, singing "Boots On" by Randy Houser. Reba loved how "sassy, flirty and fun" the performance was. She also called it "great and a lot of fun" which was what she wanted the song to be all about.

Nathan, on the other hand, sang Leon Russell's "A Song for You" for his ballad performance. John loved the song choice and dubbed the performance a "beautiful" performance that "shows America what a full, complete talent" that Nathan is.

After Keith Urban performed his single "Messed Up as Me" with his band, Bryan followed it up with "Freedom! '90" by George Michael. The performance further convinced John that Bryan is a "polished" and "experienced performer." The coach also said that he "felt his passion" in his performance.

As for Karen, she chose "I'm Alright" by Jo Dee Messina for her uptempo track. Shay loved Karen for "never straying from the path" of her brand. Dan also praised Karen for being a consistent performer.

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