Spoilers on what songs The Voice finalists will sing Monday night have been released, and it looks like all four will be giving it their all to attract the public's vote.
Josh Gallagher, Billy Gilman, Sundance Head and Wé McDonald are all that remain on this season of The Voice, and they will each perform three different songs Monday. One song will be an original, another will be a cover and the third will be a duet with their coach. Here's a breakdown of what Josh, Billy, Sundance and Wé will be performing on Monday:
Original Song: "Pick Any Small Town"
Cover: "Jack & Diane" by John Mellencamp
Duet with Adam Levine: "Smooth" by Santana featuring Rob Thomas
Josh's songs are a bit scattershot, but they do help to show his range, from the Americana vibes on "Jack & Diane" to his energetic side on "Smooth", and his original song is very modern country.
Original Song: "Because of Me"
Cover: "My Way" by Frank Sinatra
Duet with Adam Levine: "Bye Bye Love" by The Everly Brothers
Billy's final songs showcase his big voice, particularly on "My Way", but his original song gives a more tender side than his usual bombastic vocal style and his duet is a nice nod to his country roots.
Original Song: "Wishes"
Cover: "Don't Rain On My Parade" from Funny Girl
Duet with Alicia Keys: "Ave Maria" by Franz Schubert
Wé's song choices for the finale are very go big or go home, especially her operatic vocals on "Ave Maria" and her theatrical "Don't Rain On My Parade" cover. Her original song is a bit "traditional singing competition finale song" but all three songs are very diverse and show off every strong part of Wé's voice.
Original Song: "Darlin' Don't Go"
Cover: "At Last" by Etta James
Duet with Blake Shelton: "Treat Her Right" by Roy Head and the Traits
Sundance displays his soulful country vocals on all three of his finale songs. His original song is probably the most radio friendly in this group, and while we've heard similar finale duet performances with past Shelton contestants, this one may be special considering the song was Sundance's father's. Plus, he could have a real moment with his surprising "At Last" choice.
The Voice airs Monday at 8/7c and Tuesday at 9/8c on NBC.