‘The Voice’ 2014 Results: Best 10 Performances Of Season 7, Including Matt McAndrew’s ‘Wasted Love’ & DaNica Shirey’s ‘I Have Nothing’ [VIDEOS]

The Voice's seventh season comes to a close tomorrow night and in honor of it ending we're naming the best 10 performances of the season.

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At the top of our list is Team Adam Levine contestant Matt McAndrew with his original song Wasted Love. His coach told him, "It's one of the best songs I've heard in my whole life," which we have to agree with. McAndrew's performance was so soulful.

Up next on our list is Team Adam contestant Damien's take on Adele's Someone Like You since he made it his own. He even stated in a video on The Voice's YouTube Channel that he "felt like that was the first time America got to actually see exactly what kind of artist I wanted to be." His rendition allowed him to chart in the seventh position on the iTunes Top 200 Singles. 

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Third on our list is Team Pharrell contestant DaNica Shirey with her rendition of Whitney Houston's I Have Nothing. Blake Shelton told her, "You killed it!" Levine told her, "This song is not a song you should give to anybody unless they can do what you did up here today."

In the fourth spot is Team Blake's Craig Wayne Boyd with In Pictures, which was such a moving performance. Gwen Stefani even told him, "I am so happy for you, if you win or you don't win...you've already won."

Coming in at no. 5 is Team Adam's Chris Jamison with his Justin Timberlake cover for Cry Me a River. He really impressed his coach with this performance who told him, "Chris, my young Jedi, welcome and congratulations."

In the sixth spot is Damien with his wildcard performance of Bruno Mars' Grenade, which earned him his spot in the final four. It was soulful and Damien brought so much life to the stage as he performed.

Seventh on our list is Team Gwen's Anita Antoinette's rendition of Passenger's Let Her Go. Shelton told her she put a "cool" spin on the song and he "loved" that she was "letting loose a bit more."

McAndrew is on the list again in the no. 8 spot with his rendition of Damien Rice's The Blower's Daughter, which charted in the Top 10 on iTunes. It came in in the second slot! Shelton told him, "I've never heard that song before, and I'm so glad, because that's the version of the song that I want to be my induction to that song."

In the ninth spot is Team Gwen's Ryan Sill with Collide. It kept him around for another week and showed growth in him as a performer. His coach was really proud of him and was really into his performance.

Lastly, in the no. 10 spot is Team Gwen's Taylor John Williams with Royals. He completely transformed Lorde's hit and nailed it. He charted on iTunes in the Top 10 with this performance coming in at no. 6.

Did our 10 best performances of this season of The Voice match up with yours?

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