After another season of fabulous performances, we will at last find out who won The Voice season 5 tonight! From The Voice spoilers fan polls and predictions we’ve seen all over, it seems almost too obvious who wins The Voice 2013. However, we know there is always a chance for a last minute shocking turn of events. Join us for our live The Voice finale results recap and find out with us who will be crowned the winner!
Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee, and Will Champlin are all hoping to walk away as the top contender when the final The Voice results are announced this evening. We have to wonder, however, if two of the finalists don’t already pretty much know they are probably out of the running. Going into The Voice 2013 finale tonight, all the odds are in favor of Tessanne Chin being the winner by a wide margin.
Will all the fan polls be right about who won The Voice Season 5? For the past few weeks it seems like all the talk is about Tessanne Chin as the person who wins The Voice 2013. Right now, it is looking very strongly like The Voice spoilers predictions across the web agree that it would be a huge shock if Tessanne lost out to Jacquie Lee or Will Champlin. But is it really already a given about who will win The Voice season 5 finale tonight?
Based on The Voice season 5 spoilers polls and predictions, Tessanne Chin seems to have overwhelming support from the viewers for the win tonight. In most polls, Tessanne’s second place rival, Jacquie Lee, is at 10 percentage points or more behind her. Will Champlin appears to be totally out of the running by a wide margin. However, we would like to note strongly here that fan polls and blogger predictions have been wrong before, even when the winner seems like an obvious bet.
Predicting who won The Voice season 5 seems like such a no brainer that we’re almost convinced the voters will decide to revolt at the last minute. No matter how obvious it seems that Tessanne Chin should be the contestant who will win The Voice 2013, we never discount the tendency of reality TV voters to throw a wrench into the works as the last minute.
Although just about every fan poll out there is calling Tessanne Chin as The Voice season 5 winner right now, we’ve seen that happen before and then gotten a big shock on results night. From American Idol to The X Factor to The Voice, we’ve watched obvious winners suddenly get thrown aside on finale night and end up losing in a shocking defeat.
Were you shocked by who got voted off The Voice 2013 this week? Or did the results turn out exactly like you predicted? We were pretty sure we knew which singers would be the ones who went home on The Voice season 5 this evening, but the voters do love to surprise us! Although we predicted Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee, and Will Champlin would make it to the finale, there were no guarantees until the official The Voice results were announced tonight!
No matter who was eliminated on The Voice 2013 this week, it was going to be a bittersweet night. All of the remaining contestants had admirable qualities, great talent, and legions of fans behind them. However, there can only be one The Voice season 5 winner and only three acts could move on to the finale to determine who it would be. Picking Tessanne Chin as one of the final three was probably the easiest prediction for anyone to make after her amazing performances the past few weeks. Figuring out who the other two in the finale would be was a touch more difficult.
We’re down to the Top 5 and anxious to find out who got voted off The Voice 2013 tonight! Which of the five remaining finalists will make the Top 3 for the finale next week? Will it be Tessanne Chin, James Wolpert, Cole Vosbury, or Jacquie Lee who went home on The Voice season 5 this week? Keep on reading for our predictions on The Voice results for the Top 5 elimination tonight!
Last night was a great performance night all around for Tessanne Chin of Team Adam Levine. She pretty much blew away Simon and Garfunkel’s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water” and left Adam almost speechless. Jacquie Lee of Team Christina Aguilera was also a hit with her rendition of “Angel” by Sarah McLachlan. Honestly, we would be shocked if either of these ladies ended up as one of the singers who was eliminated on The Voice 2013 tonight.
You would think if you were as rich and famous as The Voice 2013 judge Adam Levine that you could afford to pay someone to clean up your messes day and night. Apparently, however, Adam Levine and fiancée Behati Prinsloo really couldn’t care less if their living space is a total mess. In fact, the Maroon 5 singer admits they are both pretty much slobs.
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo, a Victoria’s Secret supermodel, got engaged in July and have been shacking up for a while now. In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Adam said Behati is the “greatest ever” and they are totally compatible in some very odd ways. “We’re both super messy,” he said. “It’s really kind of amazing actually. It looks like a tornado hit wherever we hang out.”
We were a bit sad about who was voted off The Voice 2013 last week because we were rather fond of quirky Caroline Pennell. However, we agreed that neither Caroline or Ray Boudreaux were at the same level as some of the other singers still left in the competition. We were far more worried about The Voice results this week with only six contestants left. One of our favorites could have easily fallen out of favor and been the one who went home on The Voice season 5 tonight!
Although we agree that her performance of “Cry Baby” by Janis Joplin last night was absolutely fabulous, 16-year-old Jacquie Lee isn’t one of our top favorites left on The Voice 2013. Despite that, we were glad she really had nothing to worry about tonight after she killed her performances on Monday night. We were pretty sure that Cole Vosbury, who is probably our third favorite singer, wouldn’t be in any danger either from what we saw out there on social media and fan polls. Our main concern was whether our top two favorites, Tessanne Chin or Will Champlin, might somehow fall into the bottom two in The Voice results tonight.