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Watch The Voice Top 5 Artists' Final Breathtaking Performances
Choosing a winner is going to be so difficult.
The Voice Season 23 premiered in March, and it's been a whirlwind few weeks of unbelievable talent. From the Blind Auditions to the Battles, Knockouts, and Playoffs, we've watched this crop of superb singers duke it out for the chance at victory. And now, one of them is about to taste it.
The competition has been narrowed down to the Top 5 Artists, and each of the Coaches (Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, Chance the Rapper, and Niall Horan) has someone represented. From the true-blue country girl Grace West to D. Smooth's singular voice and Gina Miles' pop-ready sensibilities, this Top 5 is incredibly diverse — and incredibly gifted.
For their final performances on May 22, the singers were given two songs: one uptempo and one ballad. After they all wrapped, voting began — and while the window to choose your pick has closed, we still think these performances are worth revisiting. They're some of the most dynamic stage moments in The Voice history.
West showed off her versatility by taking on both a Reba McEntire and Patsy Cline song. (McEntire was just announced as a Coach for Season 24 of The Voice, alongside Niall Horan, Gwen Stefani, and John Legend.)
“I love D. Smooth’s voice because it reminds me of the '90s,” Clarkson said this season. "It just reminds me of those singers that can just really tell you a story and break your heart, do all the things. His voice is incredible.”
Gina Miles is a pop fan, and that was demonstrated with her selection for finale performances. On the uptempo side, she opted for Taylor Swift's blockbuster hit "Style" from her 1989 album. Then, she slowed things down with a Sinéad O'Connor classic.
Sorelle has proven they're capable of singing just about anything, so it's no surprise their finale numbers were wildly different. On one side of the coin they gave their take on Marvin Gaye's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," and on the other they did a Gaga standard from the pop icon's Joanne album.