The Voice returned on Monday night for the Season 18 finals. This season, five artists got the chance to perform two songs each for the chance of being crowned the winner.
Viewers will vote for their favorites overnight, and the winner will be announced on tomorrow’s star-studded finale. Tonight, the remaining artists each performed a cover and an original song, with the proceeds from downloads going to Feeding America.
Check out all of the performances below, and then cast your vote on the Voice website or through the show’s app. You can vote up to 10 times per artist, until 7 am ET on Tuesday.
‘The Voice’ Finals: Watch The Top 5 Perform
CammWess (Team Legend)
CammWess performed “Purple Rain” by Prince, which has never been cleared to be on the show before. John said he vouched for Camm and got permission. Nick praised his at-home production value, as well as his vocals. John said he did a “beautiful job” with his performance.
Later, Camm performed a song he wrote called “Save It for Tomorrow.” John called it an “instantly catchy” song that he could imagine playing on the radio.
Todd Tilghman (Team Blake)
Todd performed “I Can Only Imagine” by MercyMe, dedicating it to his wife and performing in his empty church. The performance made Kelly cry, and she said she would love to go to his church, calling him “special.” Blake said he sings with “passion” and “precision.”
Later, Todd performed an original single called “Long Way Home.” Blake called Todd an “incredible talent,” saying he made a new song feel “familiar.”
Micah Iverson (Team Kelly)
Micah performed a new original single called “Butterflies.” Nick said he’s been “one-upping” himself with every performance, adding that he’ll be “one to watch.” Kelly said the song was “perfect” for him and what kind of artist he wants to be.
Later, Micah performed “Chasing Cars” by Snow Patrol, which is one of Kelly’s favorite songs. She said that it was never cleared for the show before now. Afterward, Kelly said he makes everything sound “effortless.”
Thunderstorm Artis (Team Nick)
Thunderstorm performed an original song that he wrote himself called “Sedona.” John called his tone “magical” and his guitar playing “masterful.” Nick called him a “true artist” and praised his growth throughout the competition.
To close the show, Thunderstorm performed “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong. Nick called it “pure and emotional artistry” and “vocal excellence.”
Toneisha Harris (Team Blake)
Toneisha performed “Faithfully” by Journey, after her son made an appearance with her from home. Kelly compared her voice to Chaka Khan, and said she loves how unpredictable she is. Blake said she deserves to be in The Voice finals.
Later, Toneisha performed an original song she wrote called “Superhero,” about her son. John called the performance “remarkable.” Blake said she “touched millions of people.”
Tonight is your last chance to vote for this season’s The Voice winner. Tune in tomorrow night at 9 pm ET to see the results. Let us know who you’re rooting for to win in the comments!