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Will the winner of this season's The Voice be a little bit country? Or whole lot indie rock?
The three remaining acts on the singing competition made it tough for voters on Monday, each turning out distinctive performances on the show's energetic live final competition, which saw coaches Blake Shelton and Usher take heartfelt meetings with the artists and their families.
Predictions for the winner came directly from the judges themselves, with Adam Levine who quickly called it for Texas teen Danielle Bradbery, the show's youngest competitor. At just 16, she covered hits by a host of Nashville's powerhouse female singers including Patty Loveless, Pam Tillis and Sara Evans.
"I am insanely jealous of Blake for snagging you, from the beginning," Levine teased. "Your voice is so unbelievably powerful and perfect. I think Danielle is the winner of this thing."
After a season filled with unique talent, The Voice wraps up its final night of competition Monday with two country acts squaring off against one inspiring indie rocker.
Will veteran coach Blake Shelton prevail again? Or will newcomer Usher take a win in his first season on the show?
Powerful performances are expected from Oklahoma's Swon Brothers, a duo known for sweet harmonies who last week was inducted into Oklahoma's Music Hall of Fame. But the Team Blake singers must fend off another country challenge from finalist Danielle Bradbery of Texas, the show's youngest contestant at 16, who has shown maturity in performance and praise for her pitch-perfect singing skills.
For all the emotion amid the bloodshed on Sunday night's season premiere of True Blood, there's even more to come on the HBO vampire hit.
Carrie Preston, who plays waitress Arlene Bellefleur, revealed on the Live From the Set lead-in to the episode that "there were real tears" when they filmed this season.
With speculation that Alexander Skarsgard, who plays Viking vampire Eric Northman, is killed off this season, fans are buzzing about an upcoming episode that features a funeral. Carrie added fuel to the speculation fire, saying, "We had this one table read, the first time we were hearing the script out loud, and one of the actors started crying and then everybody joined in. It was a pretty beautiful moment."
Girl Meets World, the highly anticipated spinoff of the hit '90s show Boy Meets World, will premiere next year on the Disney Channel, Disney programming executives announced Monday.
Production on the new show – in which Boy Meets World's Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel reprise their roles as Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence and newcomer Rowan Blanchard plays their 13-year-old daughter, Riley – will begin in Los Angeles this summer.
Tamra Barney and Eddie Judge have tied the knot!
The Real Housewives of Orange County star, 44, said "I do" to Judge on Saturday, a source confirms to PEOPLE.
The couple wed in an afternoon ceremony at the St. Regis Hotel in Monarch Beach, Calif.