It's a big night for NBC's “The Voice” as the top 5 will have one final opportunity to win America's votes to get them to next week's finale for a chance at that winning title. Where do the coaches stand for tonight's semi-finals? Both Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera each have one remaining artist on their team competing tonight. Cee-Lo Green's contestant's have all gone home, which leaves Adam Levine with the sole coach to have all three of his artists still in the game. Mathematically, at least one member of Team Adam will be competing in “The Voice” finale.
Levine says to have his entire team go this far in the competition is exciting but also adds an extra level of pressure to stay on top.
“It's crazy. I'm just kind of shock about it all, really. I thought there was a chance it would happen, but to actually have kind of gotten there it feels like uh oh pressure reversed,” said Levine in an interview after last week's live results show. “Now it's all on us to come through and put on amazing performances. The performances have to be that much more amazing now because having three people sounds like the greatest situation, but at the same time, it's hard, and they all have to be incredible. One has to be better than the next.”'
The singers bringing Team Adam to the finale are Tessanne Chin, James Wolpert, and Will Champlin.
When asked who he thinks would be the most challenging to compete with between Shelton and Aguilera's contestants, Cole Vosbury and Jacquie Lee, Levine says at this point he sees all five artists as potential winners.
“Every single one of these five are serious contenders. I might have three out of five, but that doesn't mean anything. We see week to week things change so drastically. And the crazy thing there is not a front-runner that is so in the green zone of being ahead. It's not like there is one clear winner. Anyone can take this so it's really up to us; our game-playing skills and ingenuity to try to get the best out of these guys as singers. That's what you gotta do.”
The Voice semi-finals air live Monday at 8pm est and Tuesday at 9pm est on NBC. (Check local listings)