Who Will Win The Voice Season 2? (Poll)

The Voice Season 2 Who Will Win? (Poll)

Last Night was the final ‘Live Performances‘ for a chance to be crowned the winner of the “The Voice 2”, a recording contract with Universal Republic and $100,000 prize.

The final four are Team Adam: Mickey Mouse Club former cast member, Tony Lucca, Team Blake: Alicia Keys’s former background singer, Jermaine Paul, Team Christina: Chris Mann and Team Cee Lo: Juliet Simms.

The first performance tonight by Jermaine Paul almost reduced Blake to tears and got a rise out of Christina when he sang, “I Believe I Can Fly” by R. Kelly.- you can watch the video HERE.

Chris Mann sang “You Raise Me Up” by Josh Grobin and the judges were also very impressed with his rendition, the funniest thing was when Cee Lo asked if he would sing at his next wedding, say what? Watch the video HERE, do you think it is ‘wedding’ worthy?

Juliet Simms belted out an awesome rendition of “Free Bird” by Lynyrd Skynyrd and she actually made Cee Lo cry and all of the other judges were extremely impressed. The only girl left in this competition could actually win this thing. Watch her video HERE, do you think she can beat out the boys?

Now Tony Lucca sang the most controversial song of the night, “99 Problems” by Jay-Z. Tony made the song his own setting it to a bluegrass tone, but it didn’t go off that well with the judges. During rehearsals, there was a huge fight between Christina and Adam over this song with Christina being offended because one of the versus says, “I’ve got 99 problems but a bitch ain’t one”. Watch the video HERE, do you think this was a good song choice for Tony, or will this seal his fate and send him home without the grand prize?

It was definitely an interesting night, lots of awesome performances mixed with a little controversy, what more can we ask for? What do you think after tonight’s performances, who do you think will win it all? Take our poll and let us know who you think deserves the recording contract and $100,000.00.


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