Blake Shelton Delivers Final ‘Voice’ Performance, “Lonely Tonight” With Grace West
The tears are flowing as viewers watch Blake Shelton bid farewell to The Voice after 23 seasons.
During Tuesday night’s season finale episode, Blake teamed up with his remaining two contestants to sing together for the last time on The Voice stage. Earlier in the night, Blake and NOIVAS sang Blake’s No. 1 hit “Home.”
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Then Blake took the stage with Grace West to sing “Lonely Tonight,” a Grammy-winning duet Shelton originally performed with Ashley Monroe. The duet marked Blake’s last Voice performance ever.
Grace earned the final spot on Team Blake with her Blind audition cover of Pam Tillis’s “Maybe It Was Memphis.” While Niall Horan and Blake Shelton both turned for the singer, Grace ultimately chose to join Team Blake, rounding out his season 23 team.
Throughout the competition Grace stuck to what she knows best by covering classic country artists such at The Judds (“Love is Alive”), Dolly Parton (“Here You Come Again”), Tammy Wynette (“‘Til I Can Make It On My Own”), and Randy Travis (“I Told You So”).
During the first night of the season finale on Monday (May 22), West sang Reba’s 1991 hit “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia” followed by “She’s Got You” by Patsy Cline.
If online reaction to Grace West’s finale performances is any indication, she may take home the coveted Voice trophy and give Blake Shelton the grand finale he is hoping for.
Watch Blake Shelton and Grace West sing “Lonely Tonight” in the video below.