The season finale of “The Voice” is set to air tonight on KETK at 8 p.m.
Country music artist Blake Shelton has three of the final four contestants on his and his looking to pick up his seventh win as a coach.
But newcomer coach John Legend will not make it easy. His lone remaining singer Maelyn Jarmon is from Texas and favored to give Legend a win in his rookie year.
Here is a recap from Monday night’s performances:
The Texan kicked off her final show with the original single “Wait for You,” which she dedicated to her boyfriend back home. She also had an incredible duet with Legend of the song “Unforgettable” by Nat King Cole.
Her most emotional performance, however, was to Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.” It was a special song for her because she sang it karaoke with her father when she was a struggling waitress.
She is the favorite to win tonight and has the support of coach Adam Levine, who has no performers left in the competition.
Another Texas native, Sevener is one of three Shelton contestants in the Final Four. Legend said that if he had to pick a Shelton artist to win, it would be Sevener.
“Obviously you know who I want to win this competition,” Legend said, referring to Jarmon. “But if I was to pick from Team Blake, as of now, I would pick Andrew.”
He performed a duet with Shelton to Free’s “All Right Now”. Sevener said he picked it to challenge Shelton.
Rigdon’s solo was a tribute to a country music legend, performing Earl Thomas Conley’s “Once in a Blue Moon.” Conley died less than six weeks ago.
“Way to honor a country music hero,” Shelton said. “I know that the country music fan base … is so proud of this moment.”
His duet with Shelton was to The Eagles’ “Take It Easy.”
He received a standing ovation from all four coaches for his classic country performance to Randy Houser’s “Anything Goes”.
“This was my favorite performance of yours other than the Blind (Auditions),” Clarkson said, while Shelton applauded: “Literally the next George Strait standing up there.”
Roberts finished in seventh place on American Idol in Season 13 back in 2014. He is trying to land a record deal after on fell through after being on Idol.
The winner will be revealed during Tuesday’s two-hour results show that starts on KETK at 8 p.m.
Taylor Swift, BTS, Jonas Brothers, Halsey, Khalid, OneRepublic and Hootie & the Blowfish are scheduled to perform.