"The Voice" 2013 resumes Dec. 2 on NBC as the top six finalists perform not just one but two songs apiece to earn America's votes. A Dec. 2 afternoon update to the iTunes store revealed the names of the songs that the hopefuls will sing.
On the menu for reigning competition favorite Will Champlin of Team Adam Levine are Sam Cooke's 1964 classic "A Change is Gonna Come" and the recent Avicii single "Hey Brother." After scoring the sole iTunes vote multiplier of the week for his Nov. 25 version of Etta James' "At Last," expectations will be high for Champlin during the top six show.
James Wolpert, also representing Team Adam, will croon The White Stripes' "Fell in Love with a Girl" and the 1993 Meat Loaf hit "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)." Wolpert was the first contestant of the season to earn a download vote multiplier with his Nov. 4 imagining of "A Case of You," but has yet to attain the same level of popularity with subsequent offerings.
Team Christina Aguilera's Matthew Schuler, who narrowly escaped elimination during the Nov. 26 results show, will go for a comeback via the powerhouse ballad "When a Man Loves a Woman," and the recent One Direction single "Story of My Life."
Teen Jacquie Lee, Team Christina's other surviving member, will perform "Cry Baby," a 1963 song most notably covered by Janis Joplin. She'll also bravely tackle a song by her mentor in "The Voice Within."
Song choices for the final two hopefuls, Team Adam's Tessanne Chin and Team Blake Shelton's last candidate for the title, Cole Vosbury, include "Redemption Song" and "Unconditionally" for the former, and the James Morrison hit "Better Man" and "Rich Girl" for the latter.
"The Voice" 2013 resumes with the top six performance show Dec. 2 on NBC.