Despite what coach Adam Levine might think, it's still anybody's game on "The Voice," which will crown a winner during its fourth season finale on Tuesday, June 18.
The competition is down to three acts, The Swon Brothers, Danielle Bradbery and Michelle Chamuel. Both Bradbery and The Swon Brothers were coached by Blake Shelton, who won the last two seasons of "The Voice." Chamuel was coached by Usher, one of the new judges for the season.
During last night's performance episode, Adam Levine -- who does not have a contestant in the finals -- picked who he thought would win the competition.
After 16-year-old Bradbery performed "Maybe It Was Memphis," Levine said, "I have always been insanely jealous of Blake for snagging you back in the beginning of this and I still am. I hate you Blake, so much."
"You know Danielle, the crazy thing about your voice is it's just so unbelievably perfect and powerful. It's one of the better voices I think I've ever heard live," he added. "More of the same from me and I'm just gonna go ahead and say, I think Danielle's the winner of this thing."
Levine went on to say, "Usher it kills me to have to say that. I don't want to say it, it's Blake."
Other performances of the night included The Swon Brothers singing a cover of The Eagles' "I Can't Tell You Why" and Michelle Chamuel performing a cover of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble."
Another reason to tune into tonight's finale? Cher will perform her new single "Woman's World" live on the show. The song is the first single off her upcoming album of the same name, which goes on sale on September 24. It will be Cher's first live television performance in over a decade, according to NBC.
The finale of "The Voice" airs on Tuesday, June 18, at 9 p.m. on NBC. Who do you think will win? Vote in our poll below!