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It's the beginning of the end!

Tonight, the final three contestants of The Voice showed off their amazing pipes in hopes of being crowned the top singer by the voting public. It was a night filled with excitement and nerves as Tessanne Chin, Will Champlin, and Jacquie Lee took the stage for the penultimate episode of season five.

As expected, the competition was fierce between the three finalists, but the remaining coaches, Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera, were locked and loaded, ready to dish out quick-witted comebacks and sassy remarks at a moment's notice. Play nicely, y'all!

The remaining three singers were tasked with not one, but two songs, so this week audiences at home were gifted with 6 amazing renditions of some of the best songs that have ever graced The Voice's stage. Tessanne, Will and Jacquie also sang three fantastic duets with their proud coaches! We picked each performer's best routine and are ready to catch you up on everything you may have missed….

Tessanne Chin (Team Adam) "I Have Nothing"

It takes an incredibly gifted singer to be able to tackle one of Whitney Houston's classic ballads, but Tessanne proved tonight that she has what it take to be the next bit hit. The songstress also shared an adorable duet with her coach Adam Levine singing, The Beatles' "Let It Be." Tessanne also re-sang her Voice audition song, Pink's "Try" and it was even more incredible the second time around.  

Will Champlin (Team Adam) "Tiny Dancer"

After singing a raspy and wonderful cover of Gavin DeGraw's "Not Over You,"Will graced audiences with a beautiful rendition of Bryan Adam's "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You." Will proved that he is definitely still a contender in this fight when he and his Voice coach Adam sang Elton John's "Tiny Dancer." It takes a lot to be able to keep up with the Maroon Five front man and Will definitely succeeded.

Jacquie Lee (Team Christina)

The little girl with the big voice once again blew us away on the Voice stage with her powerful rendition of Dreamgirls' "And I'm Telling You I'm Not Going." Jacquie also kept up with her coach Christina in a very special duet of "We Remain" from The Hunger Games' soundtrack. The teen singer also showed her appreciation to the late Amy Winehouse with a flawless version of, "Back to Black." 

Now that you're all caught up on tonight's amazing performances of The Voice, vote in our poll below for your favorite finalist!


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The season five winner will be crowned in tomorrow night's live eliminations of The Voice airing at 9 p.m. on NBC.

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