It’s the final night of competition on “The Voice” where the five finalists will perform for fan votes in hopes of being crowned season 18’s “The Voice” on Tuesday’s final results show.

The finalists will be performing two songs – a cover and a new original single.

But before the competition gets started Micah, CammWess, Thunderstorm, Todd, and Toneisha join forces for a performance of “Shine”.

Getting the competition started off, is Team Legend’s CammWess gives “The Voice” debut performance of the Prince song “Purple Rain”.  CammWess said that Prince was his first concert.  This is the first time that the song has been cleared for a performance on the show.  Kelly called CammWess so gifted.  Saying wow, Nick said that CammWess delivered; adding that he did the song justice.  John agreed that Camm delivered; adding that he has passion and artistry.  John said that CammWess did a beautiful job.

On results night, the singers will be pairing up with their coaches for duets that fans will be able to purchase and download.

Next up is Team Blake’s Todd Tilghmann with “I Can Only Imagine” by MercyMe.  Todd has chosen a very appropriate venue to perform the Christian music song…his church.  John said that it was a wonderful performance.  An emotional Kelly called Todd’s performance moving; adding that she would love to come to his church to hear Todd.  Coach Blake said that it was a good of a vocal he has heard from Todd; adding that he is a “special dude”.

In the first original song performance of the night, Team Kelly’s Micah Iverson performs “Butterflies” which was written by award winning songwriter Shane McAnally.  Nick called Micah fun to watch; adding that he one ups himself with each performance.  Coach Kelly called Micah intensely creative; adding that she could not wait to hear the song on the radio.

Team Nick’s Thunderstorm Artis pairs up with Ryan Tedder for his original composition “Sedona”.  Ryan said that he could listen to Thunderstorm for hours; adding that Thunderstorm is someone he would bet on for decades.  Host Carson Daly called the performance mesmerizing.  John agreed; adding that Thunderstorm has a magical vocal.  Nick called Thunderstorm a true artist; adding that Thunderstorm gave his best performance of the season.

Team Blake’s Toneisha Harris is the last girl standing.  She performs the Journey song “Faithfully”.  Carson called it a great performance.  An excited Kelly said that Toneisha reminds her of Chaka Khan; adding that she loves Toneisha’s voice.  Coach Blake said that Toneisha has changed the game and have the best performance of the season.

Todd returns for his original song.  Todd works with Shane McAnally and Esther Dean on “Long Way Home”.  Shane said that Todd’s song sounds like it has already been a part of his catalog.  Blake called Todd an incredible talent.  Blake noted that Todd can take an original song and breathe life into it.

Team Legend’s CammWess returns to perform his original song “Save it for Tomorrow”.  Camm works with Ryan Tedder on the song.  John called CammWess a great singer; adding that he can hear the song on the radio right now.

Team Kelly’s Micah returns to perform one of Kelly’s favourite songs…and one that has never been cleared for the show – “Chasing Cars” by Snow Patrol.  Micah was the only guy on Kelly’s team.  Kelly called Micah so magical; adding he makes every song look easy and effortless.  She adds that he is better than many people on the radio right now.

Toneisha returns to perform her original single “My Superhero”, a song that is very personal to her – a song about her son.  She works with Shane McAnally on the song.  John noted that everything has happened the way it was supposed to happen; adding that it was beautiful.  Blake said that Toneisha just touched millions of people; adding that it was as good as it gets.

Closing out the night is Thunderstorm Artis with the Louis Armstrong iconic classic “What a Wonderful World”.  Nick said that he is so grateful that Thunderstorm sang the song with such pure artistry and vocal excellence.