Recap: 'The Voice' - Finale Performances

Recap: 'The Voice' - Finale Performances

Things I'm grateful for:

First off, I'm grateful for Ryan McGee's excellent fill-in recapping last Wednesday when I was Elsewhere.

Second off, I'm grateful that tomorrow night's "Voice" finale is only an hour long. I'm perfectly content to watch two hours of "The Voice" tonight, in the first part of the finale, but two hours tomorrow was gonna be too much...

Let's get down to recapping business...

9:00 p.m. ET The show opens with the Coaches performing together. With Queen. Again.  [Technically it's Queen and David Bowie, I get that.] May I point out that the Mentors were unable to sing Freddie Mercury as recently as last month? And guess what? Nothing has changed. It's almost sad watching Adam Levine being destroyed by Mr. Mercury. He's like, "But I can sing HIGH! Why can't I sing this?" At least Blake Shelton gets to sing a baritone arrangement that sounds nothing like Freddie Mercury and therefore can't be ruined. Also harder to emulate than the Mentors seem to think? David Bowie.  Read More...


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