Everyone copes in different ways!
In an interview with Style Like U, the 31-year-old admitted:
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Now that we're down to the final four contestants, things are heating up, and Monday night, the singers got to perform one last time before the winner is crowned!
Each singer had to perform three times — an original track, a cover song, and a duet with their coach!
While we'll have to wait for Tuesday night to find out the results from this incredible season, last night's best performances (below) are certainly worth a watch!
Ch-ch-check out all the highlights from part one of The Voice's finale (below) and let us know who you're rooting for! And don't forget to catch the finale when it airs at 9 p.m. EST on NBC!
The finale's almost here!
On Tuesday, the hit singing show revealed the top three who were saved by America, as well as the bottom three who would compete for the Instant Save!
After a hard fought battle, it was revealed that
Now that's a cover!
On Tuesday night's episode of The Voice, we sadly had to say goodbye to a couple more contestants as the final eight were revealed — but not before an AH-Mazingly star-studded performance!
You may have heard that Dolly Parton and Pentatonix teamed up earlier this year for a cover of the country star's hit Jolene. Well seeing as how Miley Cyrus has her OWN cover of the jam, the three musical forces decided to team up last night!
Unfortunately, the show wasn't all fun and games as two singers were sent packing. After Monday's show in which Christian Cuevas SLAYED with a Lady GaGa number, Austin Allsup, Courtney Harrell, and Aaron Gibson were all in the bottom three. Right before the Instant Save voting was announced, coach Adam Levine urged voters to save Gibson, saying:
Adam Levine led the performance of Don't Wanna Know before Kendrick joined him on the AMAs stage to finish out the show.
The performance was fine, we guess… but couldn't something stronger have been the closer? Like maybe Closer?
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and let us know what YOU think!
Adam Levine is all about his family! And who can blame him?
For the adorable snap (above), the A-lister wrote:
Since today is election day and there's no room on the TV schedule, The Voice had to cram two nights of acts into one show on Monday!
Not only that, but the competition show opted to do real-time voting which meant same night eliminations for EIGHT singers!!
After all 20 performers sang, America voted on two to save and then each coach chose one person they wanted to keep. The bad news is, with so many performances, quite a few people had to be sent packing, and The Voice fans on Twitter were NOT prepared for it!
While there were PLENTY of wonderful performances, standouts ALWAYS happen and this week that honor belonged to Billy Gilman as he beautifully performed Roy Orbison's Crying — which just so happened to be featured the night before on The Walking Dead — weird.
Wé McDonald was once again a highlight, though she did stumble a little with Stephanie Mills' Home…
Ch-ch-check out last night's highlights from The Voice and find out who got eliminated to see why fans were so angry on Twitter (below)!
This time around, the daytime host called on Adam Levine to help her frighten unsuspecting guests on her Thursday show.
In the clip, Ellen and The Voice coach hid in the women's restroom stall and jumped out at the guests who were just trying to relieve themselves — which, in any other case, would probably be some sort of felony.
But just as predicted by the "research," the scares seemed to make everyone happy — including one elated fan who proclaimed it was her lifelong dream to be scared by the comedian. We're just glad no one peed their pants!
After the fright fest, the Maroon 5 frontman sat down to talk about his new baby, Dusty Rose, revealing that his daughter's "cool" name was thought up by — you guessed it — Ellen!
The rock star thought he came up with the perfect name for his baby girl with Behati Prinsloo, until running it by the talk show host. He explained: