On Dec. 2, "The Voice" 2013 presented two hours of talent. The top six sang two songs each, with those songs spoiled by the NBC talent show's Twitter account.
Jacquie Lee took on a daring song when she prepared to sing "The Voice Within." After all, this is Christina Aguilera's tune and this is also a tune that requires vocal abilities that must possess skills beyond compare. But this singer is up to the challenge, and gives a performance everyone is sure to remember.
Meanwhile, Matthew Schuler was soulful as he performed "When a Man Loves a Woman." This was a big deal for the enduring singer who can pull of this song and just about any other, too.
And then, after two hours of performances, it was time for the last song of the evening on "The Voice" top six. That song was Meat Loaf's anthem called "Everything for Love."
The familiar tune was covered by James Wolpert as he took on the money spot and closed out the show. Sadly, the crooner was not able to reach 100 percent of his ability due to the fact that he was a bit sick.
Still, after James sang, Cee Lo insisted that Wolpert was on point in a big way, especially with regard to this singer's obvious cool factor. Call that charisma if you're looking for another way to describe what James Wolpert brings to his fans via this NBC TV talent show.
And so, after "The Voice" 2013 top six gave it their all, pundits were left wondering who will go home after the votes are counted.
The answer to that is: Who knows? Tuesday's "The Voice" results show will tell the tale. Stay tuned.