'The Voice' Winner Has Already Been Chosen (VIDEOS)

The Voice finalists

I'll be straight with you: I have almost never committed myself to watching a TV show every week on the same night ever ... until this season of The Voice. Maybe it's the fact that I could stare at Usher for hours and never get bored. Maybe it's because I like the banter that goes on between Blake Shelton and Adam Levine. But one thing's for sure: I've been hooked. Tonight, The Voice will crown their season 3 winner, and with three talented acts left in the game -- Danielle Bradbery, Michelle Chamuel, and The Swon Brothers -- it's anyone's game.

OK ... so I lied. Not about watching The Voice religiously, that's true. But it's not anyone's game. In fact, I think there is such a clear winner of this thing that I'll give up eating ice cream cones completely if I'm wrong. It's hot out there people, that's a big sacrifice.

Let's talk The Voice winner, shall we?


Danielle Bradbery, I'm calling it. The 16-year-old country artist from Texas has legitimately never had a vocal lesson ever, but has perfect pitch. But don't let my words alone convince you. Let's watch her three top performances (if you ask me).

"Maybe It Was Memphis" by Pam Tillis:

 "Heads Carolina, Tails California" by Jo Dee Messina:

 "Mean" by Taylor Swift:

Like, come on, for 16 years old? This girl is amazing. AMAZING! Now I know, I know -- if you haven't been following along at home, you're interested to see what this girl is up against. First, the other competitor that I could possibly see winning the show from Team Usher, Michelle:

And lastly, the country duo The Swon Brothers from Team Blake:

Like I said, they're all good. But at the end of the day, you just don't hear pitch like Danielle's ... ever. She's charming, endearing, and has a fantastic smile. Besides, on last night's part one of the two-part season finale, coach Adam Levine even predicted that Danielle was gonna take it home. Bring it on, NBC!

Oh, and by the way, if she does win -- I'm buying a pint. Maybe two.

Who are you rooting for to win The Voice?


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