The Voice held its final-round episode tonight, and each team's remaining member gave it all they've got for the chance of winning the grand prize of $100,000, a recording contract with Universal Records and the title "The Voice."
Here's what happened...
Coaches Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green opened the show with a rendition of "Under Pressure" by Queen.
Get it? They sang "Under Pressure" because it was the finals.
Anyway, each contestant sang an original song for the competition and a duet with their coach.
First up was Javier Colon for Team Adam, who performed "Stitch by Stitch," which the judges all felt was written perfectly for him. Christina said he "executed" it very well.
Next was Dia Frampton, who performed a duet with her coach Blake Shelton to "I Won't Back Down," by Tom Petty. In matching suits and Ray Bans, the duo rocked their guitars and killed their performance.
Then it was popular fan favorite Vicci Martinez from Team Cee Lo who bared her emotions onstage with an original song titled, "Afraid to Sleep."
Before continuing with the finals, the show got a little sexual as special guests Ne-Yo and Pitbull performed their latest hit, "Give Me Everything," along with curvy dancers in leotards and lace leggings.
Yeah, we thought that was a little weird too, but they made it work.
Next, Beverly McClellan joined coach Christina on a song that "meant a lot to both of them," Aguilera's own "Beautiful."
Hmmm, OK. Regardless, they pulled it off.
Then Dia returned to the stage to sing her original song titled, "Inventing Shadows." What is it about this girl's voice that gives us chills? We can't really say, but she owned it!
Javier and Adam did a Michael Jackson duet together with "Man in the Mirror." What else is there to say? There were two good-looking men with great voices singing some M.J. Did we like? You betcha.
Shelton's buddy Brad Paisley took the stage next, and, of course, Shelton joined in. It was a tootin' good time.
But it wasn't over!
Beverly still had to perform her solo original song. She sang a rock track titled "Love Sick." And you can guess what she did: rock out!
The coaches had nothing but positive things to say about each artist in tonight's episode, but it's not up to them.
Tomorrow, we'll find out who America chose as The Voice.