Tessanne Chin, who has never been to a parade of any kind, is certainly making her first one count.
You can't argue with Blake Shelton's logic.
The country singer doesn't see any reason why his friend and fellow Voice coach Adam Levine should have a bachelor party.
PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive, who got engaged to Behati Prinsloo in July, doesn't need to be surrounded by a bunch of scantily clad women, says Shelton, 37.
"That's like bringing sand to the beach," he told E! News. "He is marrying a supermodel for God's sakes. A Victoria's Secret supermodel."
"Do What U Want" is the high point of Lady Gaga's Artpop, a shimmeringly sexy duet that sees Gaga offering up every inch of herself for her lover's pleasure.
There's just one problem: Gaga's duet partner on the song is none other than R. Kelly, whose criminal history with underage girls lends an uncomfortable undercurrent to lines like "Do what you want with my body."
The backup singer has moved to center stage.
"I'm still in shock, to be honest," Tessanne Chin told PEOPLE shortly after winning the fifth season of The Voice Tuesday night. "When [Carson Daly] said my name, I was just completely overcome."
The Jamaican powerhouse also admitted she was in awe after sharing the stage with Céline Dion.
"That, for me, was an out-of-body experience because when you've had that dream for so long and it finally happens, it's unlike anything you can imagine," Chin, 28, said. "Then it's made even better when the person is so warm and so genuine and so sweet … I adore her."
The Voice closed out its fifth season in star-studded fashion Tuesday, but even performances from the likes of Céline Dion and Lady Gaga – who dueted with coach Christina Aguilera for the first time – could not outshine the real star of the night: winner Tessanne Chin.
Tessanne Chin and Will Champlin of Team Adam Levine and Jacquie Lee of Team Christina made the coaches' chairs swivel during their blind auditions, then never failed to out-belt their competitors to win the hearts of their coaches, and the votes of America to earn a spot in the finals.
But only one could walk away with The Voice title.
He's the Sexiest Man Alive, but Adam Levine proved he still knows how to keep things humble.
The Voice coach poked fun at his smoldering title on the finale Tuesday night and happily let his fellow coaches get in on the action during a comical segment before the winner was crowned.
"Adam might be the Sexiest Man Alive, but they don't know him like I know him," declared fellow coach Cee Lo Green as (what else?) "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred played in the background.
"He ain't sexy," Green added with an exuberant laugh.
The final performance show on The Voice featured strong finishes from the final three contenders: Jamaican diva Tessanne Chin, California musical whiz Will Champlin and New Jersey teen sensation Jacquie Lee.
All showed off their evolution as artists, performing three songs during Monday's episode, including duets with their coaches, during which the contestants held their own, and then some, against their celebrity mentors.
A winner will be crowned on the show's finale Tuesday.
Ladies and gentlemen, The Voice officially has its finalists.
After a season filled with epic performances, game-changing steals and tense Twitter saves, a trio of singers proved they have the pipes – and grit – to compete for The Voice crown next week.
So who did America vote through to the finals, and who ended their musical journey?
Tessanne Chin's coach, Adam Levine, alluded to a personal and private burden she'd been carrying this week, but she channeled those raw emotions into her performance on The Voice on Monday, with a searing version of Simon and Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water" that had the audience on its feet cheering.
Pouring out her heart, the Jamaican power vocalist ended her song with a sustained note that showcased her strength and likely cemented her place in the show's final as the last five contestants battled in the live semifinals round.
"That was crazy what just happened," Levine said. "The sheer talent is just … I think that is probably the most flawless and graceful performance I've ever heard on this show."
Team Sexy continued Tuesday – but this week it was a close one.
The Voice results show had a little bit of everything this week: a live performance from an expectant Kelly Clarkson, coaches Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera sporting some funky hats, and nail-biting drama, courtesy of the Twitter instant save, which determined who would be sent home.
The show kicked off with a holiday performance of "Underneath the Christmas Tree" by a still-queasy Clarkson, who didn't move around much onstage, and told host Carson Daly, "I've felt better. I'm looking forward to the second trimester."