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The Voice 2016 Finale Recap: The Top 4 Put It All On The Line (VIDEO)

The Voice 2016 finale is here, and it’s all come down to Team Alicia’s We McDonald, Team Blake’s Sundance Head, and Team Adam’s Josh Gallagher and Billy Gilman! But who will walk out as the winner of Season 11?

Tonight, the contestants will be performing three times apiece: one last song to get them to the win, a winner’s single performance, and a coach duet. Naturally, the song choices are probably going to be divisive for some, but I find it pretty interesting that the winner’s singles, at least, have major input from the finalists. Josh Gallagher and Sundance Head are listed as co-writers on their respective singles, carrying on the tradition of past finalists who’ve had a hand in writing their coronation songs. But who will come out on top?

For a recap of the Top 4 Finale performance show, I’ll be posting the videos of each performance below once they become available. Until then, feel free to discuss the show in the comments, and click on the performer/song names to download the song on iTunes!

The Voice 2016 Finale Recap: The Top 4 Put It All On The Line (VIDEO)

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Solo Songs

Billy Gilman (Team Adam), “My Way” by Frank Sinatra

Josh Gallagher (Team Adam), “Jack & Diane” by John Mellencamp

Wé McDonald (Team Alicia), “Don’t Rain on My Parade” by Barbra Streisand

Sundance Head (Team Blake), “At Last” by Etta James

Winner’s Singles

Billy Gilman (Team Adam), “Because of Me” (written by Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Nick Ruth, Phil Shaouy, and Ari Leff)

Josh Gallagher (Team Adam), “Pick Any Small Town” (written by Josh Gallagher, Nolan Neal & Jeremy DeWayne Busey)

Wé McDonald (Team Alicia), “Wishes” (written by Michael Anthony Barney & Harold Spencer Jr)

Sundance Head (Team Blake), “Darlin’ Don’t Go” (written by Sundance Head)

Coaches Duet

Billy Gilman and Adam Levine, “Bye Bye Love” by The Everly Brothers

Josh Gallagher and Adam Levine, “Smooth” by Rob Thomas and Santana

Wé McDonald and Alicia Keys, “Ave Maria”

Sundance Head and Blake Shelton, “Treat Her Right” by Roy Head (Sundance’s father!)

What do you think of the final performances of the season? Who will win The Voice 2016 Season 11? Sound off in the comments!

And for more reality TV news, relive the epic winning moment from Sunday night’s season finale of The X Factor UK 2016!

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