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'The Voice' 2014 finale song spoilers: Who's singing what?

Team Usher's Josh Kaufman is one of the three finalists competing for 'The Voice' 2014 title.
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"The Voice" 2014 continues May 19 on NBC as the top three finalists hit the stage to make their final bids for America's votes and the coveted season six title. Just hours before the exciting live broadcast, an afternoon update to the iTunes store revealed the names of the three songs that each talented aspiring singer will perform.

Team Adam Levine's Christina Grimmie, who earned her finale berth as the lucky recipient of the season's last Twitter instant save on May 13, is the lone female performer in the mix. The 20-year old New Jersey resident is slated to reprise her March 31 rendition of Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball," and will also go old school with her spin on the Elvis Presley mega classic "Can't Help Falling in Love." She'll complete her trio of performances by singing Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" with Levine.

Josh Kaufman, the last remaining member of Team Usher, will look to continue his dominance of the iTunes chart with his three finale offerings. He'll reprise the Stevie Wonder hit "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours," which he sang during the Feb. 24 show, and is also scheduled to offer up his take on Adele's "Set Fire to the Rain." The coach's duet will feature Kaufman joining forces with R&B star Usher to sing The Police's famed stalker song "Every Breath You Take."

Rounding out the top three is aspiring country crooner Jake Worthington, who represents Blake Shelton's last chance at taking another title. Worthington, 18, will reprise Keith Whitley's "Don't Close Your Eyes," which he originally performed on Feb. 24. He'll also look to capitalize on his May 12 success with Bryan Adams' "Heaven" by tackling a like-hit in Richard Marx's "Right Here Waiting." He'll complete his trifecta of finale performances in fitting fashion by singing a duet of Hank Williams, Jr.'s "A Country Boy Can Survive" alongside Shelton.

"The Voice" 2014 concludes May 20 with a star-studded roster of guest performers that includes Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, OneRepublic, and Tim McGraw. Tune in to see their performances and find out which hopeful takes the win.

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