Going by Twitter reactions, it is clear that X Ambassadors' appearance on the stage was looked forward to the most by fans
Part 2 reveals the twist that Sam Esmail had left breadcrumbs for since Season 1 as the Elliot Alderson who we've come to know is revealed to be the fourth alter, the "Mastermind", who has been in control of the "host" body since the show began
From being a one-chair-turn to winning Season 17, Jake Hoot has come a long way all thanks to his Hooters.
With the famed reality series expected to return in February 2020, a whole new roster of contestants will battle it out for a chance hoping to make it all the way through.
The show has achieved memetic status with its uncanny ability to have predicted some iconic moments in history
The Rottweiler received the second least amount of votes and is the runner up this season.
All jokes aside, Rose Short stands for a beautiful message and that is to never give up
Elaborating more on the experience he gained from ‘The Voice’ Season 17, Ricky told MEAWW that the show provided him a platform to perform songs at a higher level.
Taking to Twitter, some fans shared their disappointment with the series crowning Jake Hoot as the winner, while some are glad that he did win.
Taking to Twitter post the reveal fans are devastated that Katie placed third.
Post their performance, fans took to Twitter revealing how impressed they are with the duet, especially with Ricky nailing the falsetto.
In conversation with MEAWW, Maelyn Jarmon recounted her last performance on ‘The Voice’ Season 16 stage and the emotions she experienced prior to her win.
Either Jake Hoot, Katie Kadan, Rose Short or Ricky Duran will be the one lucky contestant to walk away with $100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group.
The duo performed an impeccable rendition to the Cher classic 'Believe'. Their performance was nothing less than fantastic and left everyone with goosebumps.
The finale event will also feature performances by famed artists including Lady Antebellum, the Black Eyed Peas, Jennifer Hudson, Luke Combs and Dua Lipa.
While fans and viewers are excited to see if their favorite contestant walks away as the winner, they weren't in favor of the series airing a replay of Monday night's performance.
Speaking to MEA WorldWide (MEAWW), Kadan said, “I would love to sit with her (Carole King) on a piano and be like, ‘Help me write songs! And tell me your journey’ -- actually I already know her journey because I have read her book five times. Just love her”
While we have to sit at the edge of our seats to see who will walk away as the winner, here's everything you need to know about what will go down during 'The Voice' season 17 finale results.
After all three performances of Jake in the finale, fans took to Twitter and shared how amazed they were by his performances and that he has what it takes to win this season.
Rose and Gwen's duet was the last duet of the night, and fans claim that it didn't do justice compared to the other three duets.
Making it to the finale, she performed her original song 'All Better' and she blew the roof off with her debut.
Jake was the only finalist this season who wrote his own song. The coaches and audience enjoyed his performance.
Ricky has been a frontrunner since his auditions. For his first performance of the night, Ricky sang his rendition of 'Runnin’ Down a Dream' by Tom Petty.
The final four contestants this season are Katie Kadan from Team Legend, Jake Hoot from Team Kelly, Ricky Duran from Team Blake and Rose Short from Team Gwen.
Taking to Twitter during the 42nd Kennedy Center Honors, fans claimed that watching Linda getting honored was taking them back to their childhood.
In April she had fuelled speculation of The Simpsons being axed. Referring to the Disney-Fox merger she said fans could expect the show to be canceled rather than 'alter its legacy' as a long-running cartoon.
MEAWW caught up with Katie for an interview on 'The Voice' Season 17 red carpet and spoke to her regarding her performance this season, and how her style statements have become a trend.
With the finale set to air on Monday, who do you think has the highest chances of taking home the title this season? Vote in the poll below and let us know.
In an interview with MEAWW, the members of the team said that Kelly has told them that no matter what happens on the show she will have their back
In an exclusive interview with MEA WorldWide (MEAWW), the 18-year-old contestant of Team Legend talks about her musical inspiration, her growth as a singer and having an emotional moment on stage
In an interview with MEAWW, the duo was asked if there is a specific performance they can look back on and think about how nervous it made them feel
In an exclusive interview with MEA WorldWide (MEAWW), the last contestant standing in #TeamGwen talks about how being herself helped her through all the rounds
He also accepted that at first, he kept his blue hair only to get noticed. But, it eventually turned into a banner that he is now carrying to help the people.
Not only did the vocal powerhouse Clarkson encourage and praise Lee throughout, but had also stated during the show that she was eager to collaborate with him.
While some fans called him a hypocrite because he wished the crowd a Merry Christmas after he performed the song 'Hell Right', a few others claimed it wasn't a cuss word and he should not listen to the others.
Rose received the highest number of votes paving her way to the grand finale.
Will Breman from John Legend's team was one of the frontrunners this season, and it was a shock to see him be one of those with the least votes and get eliminated.
Making it all the way to the finale with the highest number of votes was Katie Kadan, Jake Hoot and Ricky Duran.
The three contestants with the highest vote will advance to the finale next week automatically and the two with the least number of votes will be eliminated immediately.
For his solo performance, Will sang his rendition of Bruno Mars' 'Locked Out Of Heaven', and his flirting with Blake didn't go unnoticed.
Kevin Conroy has been embodying the Batman for decades. In his first live-action appearance as the character, he embodies Bruce Wayne's worst nightmare.
John Legend is the only coach, whose team is still consistent, but looks like that might not be for long, especially after his song selection for Marybeth Byrd's semifinal performance.
'The Voice' Season 17 returned live on Monday night for its semi-finals, and this week the Top 8 contestants will each be performing two songs.
The first contestant to perform and kick off the night was Katie Kadan from Team Legend.
What uplifts this episode is Midge running into Lenny Bruce, who is 'living' in Florida, and knows how to show a girl around town.
"In the original comics, Pariah is very much responsible for releasing the Anti-Monitor onto our multiverse and then more bad things happen," showrunner Eric Wallace told the audience at 'The Flash' panel at SDCC
Olivia and Ethan sat down with Kim and Barry to discuss what is going on in their relationship.
Marybeth was always a frontrunner for Team Legend and it was shocking to see her in the bottom three.
Though Hello Sunday duo might be good at what they do, fans claim that they do not deserve to be in the voice, because the series isn't about duos, but solo artists.
'The Voice' is just two weeks away from announcing the title winner of this season, and one contestant who already has a spot saved for him in the semi-finals is Will Breman.