Who Will Win Season 16 of ‘The Voice’ Tonight? [VIDEOS]

Get a look behind the scenes for The Voice episode, "Live Finale." Greg Gayne/NBC | 2019 NBCUniversal Media, LLC
Get a look behind the scenes for The Voice episode, “Live Finale.” Pictured (L-R) Gyth Rigdon, Maelyn Jarmon, Dexter Roberts and Andrew Sevener. (Photo credit: Greg Gayne/NBC | 2019 NBCUniversal Media, LLC)

Last night (5/21) the Top 4 performed live on season 16 of The Voice. Each artist sang a cover, a duet with their coach and an original song.

Blake Shelton has three Team Blake members with a chance to win the competition … Gyth Rigdon, Andrew Sevener and Dexter Roberts, Here are their performances…




First time coach on The Voice John Legend has the fourth contestant in the finals Maelyn Jarmon. Below are her performances…


This season The Voice is using Apple Music streams as votes instead of iTune sales. However, let’s look at where the songs were ranked at iTunes at just past 8 AM central time (after voting was over) anyway.

#1 – Maelyn Jarmon “Hallelujah
#4 – Maelyn Jarmon “Wait For You”
#5 – Gyth Rigdon “Proof I’ve Always Loved You”
#8 – Maelyn Jarmon & John Legend “Unforgettable”
#10 – Andrew Sevener “Rual Route Raising”
#12 – Andrew Sevener “Lips Of An Angel”
#13 – Gyth Rigdon “Once In A Blue Moon”
#18 – Dexter Roberts “Looking Back”
#23 – Dexter Roberts “Anything Goes”
#41 – Gyth Rigdon & Blake Shelton “Take It Easy”
#46 – Andrew Sevener & Blake Shelton “All Right Now”
#54 – Dexter Roberts & Blake Shelton “Hard Workin’ Man”

Since there are a few methods of voting, this is just a possible indication of which artists might be front-runners in the voting. Over the past 15 seasons the iTunes rankings have at times matched up with the results and at other times has been completely off. The only way to know 100% how the voting went is to watch the live results show.

Tonight’s season finale of The Voice Season 16 is a special two-hour results show. The show will feature guest performances by many of the biggest names in music including country music icons Travis Tritt and Toby Keith! The live show starts at 8 PM central time (9 PM eastern time) on NBC.

By: Buck Stevens