‘The Voice’ Prediction: Will a Group Win For the First Time in the Show’s History?

Corey Cesare
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The Voice has dwindled its way from 50 singers to 5. In the final days of the competition, we’ll see the Top 5 artists battle it out for the best place on the leaderboard. Even though many fan favorites have been eliminated, fans of the series are still dying to know who the winner of this season will be.


Only the five best artists remain in this competition. By the end of Tuesday night’s two-hour finale, one artist will be crowned as the winner of season 21. Which singer will it be? Here’s who we think will win the show, ranked by which position we think they’ll take.

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5. Jershika

This singer gave her best performance yet, but still faced possible elimination. I love Jershika and I think she’s an extremely powerful singer, but the fact that she’s been up for instant save twice isn’t looking good for her. My prediction is that she’ll win last place of the night since her competitors have a history of more loyal fans. I don’t believe Jershika deserves fifth place in this competition and I really hope her fans pull through like they did last week to save her.


4. Paris Winningham

Paris is truly the dark horse in this competition. I don’t think anyone predicted that he’d actually make it this far. This singer has given great performances and has never been up for instant save so I think he has a pretty solid chance at doing well in the finale. I fear that fans of Team Blake will vote for Wendy instead of Paris though, so I could see him ending up in the bottom two.

3. Hailey Mia

This 14 year old has the world cheering for her and she totally knows it. Out of this season’s Top 5, I think she is the singer that has shown the most improvement. She came into the competition with a voice well beyond her years and with training she’s learned how to strut the stage like she owns it. I still believe that Hailey doesn’t need to win the show to have a successful career like Carter Rubin.

2. Wendy Moten

In the past week of the competition Wendy has proven once again that she’s a class act. She’s premiered powerhouse vocals since her blind audition and she has yet to let the audience down. This singer has a beautiful story. She proves that you can truly chase your dreams and succeed at any age.


1. Girl Named Tom

This sibling trio has been a front runner in the competition since their four-chair turn audition. Since I first heard their voices I thought they might have a chance at being the first group to take home the prize. Every week of the competition they’ve shown great vocals, instrumental skills, and always carried themselves with class. They have yet to be in the bottom of the group and has truly soared throughout this season. If iTunes charts are telling in this competition they are a shoo-in for the prize.

The Top 5 will be taking the stage on Monday for part one of The Voice season 21 finale. After the show’s normal 8 to 10 p.m. ET slot the finale will continue on Tuesday from 9 to 11 p.m. The newest winner of The Voice will be announced at the end of Tuesday’s episode. Special guests performing on this results episode include, Carrie Underwood, Alicia Keys, Coldplay, The Voice Top 13 artists, Keke Palmer, Tori Kelly, Ed Sheeran, and Walker Hayes, as well as The Voice coaches John Legend and Kelly Clarkson.

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