The Voice: Will the Swon Brothers, Danielle Bradbery or Michelle Chamuel Win?

Colton Swon, Zach Swon of The Swon Bros, Danielle Bradbery and Michelle Chamuel

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updated 06/17/2013 AT 4:45 PM ET

originally published 06/17/2013 AT 10:00 AM ET

After a season filled with unique talent, The Voice wraps up its final night of competition Monday with two country acts squaring off against one inspiring indie rocker.

Will veteran coach Blake Shelton prevail again? Or will newcomer Usher take a win in his first season on the show?

Powerful performances are expected from Oklahoma’s Swon Brothers, a duo known for sweet harmonies who last week was inducted into Oklahoma’s Music Hall of Fame. But the Team Blake singers must fend off another country challenge from finalist Danielle Bradbery of Texas, the show’s youngest contestant at 16, who has shown maturity in performance and praise for her pitch-perfect singing skills.

Viewers might not rule out Usher’s lone contestant Michelle Chamuel, who has proven a formidable challenger all season long. Her stirring rock vocals, and lovable nerd appeal – digging those black trademark glasses – could give her an edge as both Cher and Christina Aguilera make guest performances on what promises to be an epic final contest.


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