Blake Shelton has once again coached two hopefuls into the finale on NBC's "The Voice." The top three were revealed on Tuesday night's show, and Team Blake's Danielle Bradbery and the Swon Brothers are among those moving on. But Shelton isn't willing to take any credit for his singers' success.
Danielle and the Swon Brothers will be facing Team Usher's Michelle Chamuel in vying for the title. They'll each work to impress viewers on next Monday's show, and the winner will be named on Tuesday's finale. The final episode will also feature a number of guest performers, including Florida Georgia Line. The duo will team up with Nelly to perform their collaborative hit "Cruise."
But this isn't the first time two members from Team Shelton have made it to the finale on "The Voice." Season three winner Cassadee Pope as well as runner up Terry McCermott were both on Team Blake. In addition, Shelton has yet to see all of his singers eliminated prior to the finale. He coached season two winner Jermaine Paul to victory, while Team Blake's Dia Frampton took second place on the inaugural season of "The Voice."