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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

VOICE 10 Finals: My prediction is for ALISAN PORTER to win, to be televised at 8.10PM

PART 2 RESULTS SHOW TOMORROW OVER AXN, Ch 701. Part 1 of the Finals PERFORMANCE ROUNDS just ended about 2hours ago.

Maybe this post can prove to be a "Spoiler"; I had no choice but Google for a picture and get the FOUR FINALISTS' names RIGHT! I got more than my wish;  Desi is BIAISED perhaps, but I was won over from her own composed song, reinforced by her duet with coach Christina Aguilera, singing

  "You've Got a Friend", 

and a GOoD song choice for her third number, "Somewhere" from West Side Story. 

Another point I so agree with in this extract is the line earning se7en STARS! below:), HIGHLIGHTED IN BLUE, my fave colour, THUS:)~~~~~~~

So from cometh:~~~~~

Who Will Win The Voice? Here's Our Prediction

Who Will Win the Voice Season 10?
From left: Adam Wakefield, Hannah Huston, Laith Al-Saadi and Alisan Porter
Trae Patton/NBC/Getty

05/23/2016 AT 03:45 PM EDT
Season 10 of The Voice has proven to be full of serious talent. From Laith Al-Saadi's roaring, blue-sy melodies to Alisan Porter's unbelievably powerful vocals (which, by the way, never fail to keep us wanting more), some may think the outcome is somewhat up in the air. 

However, there can only be one winner and we've put together a list of why we think Alisan Porter – yes, little miss Curly Sue – will win Season 10 of The Voice come Tuesday.

1. She's overcome tough odds.

The 34-year-old, who has previously opened up about her past struggle with alcoholism, has come a long way since her days as a child star. 

 "I've waited a long time to write about my sobriety: it's a touchy subject," Porter previously told PEOPLE exclusively. "Also, you never know when you're going to wake up and realize the disease won. I've been profoundly affected by so many losses of late and if I can help just one person, one former child actor or especially one mother, this will be worth it." 

After landing a spot on coach Christina Aguilera's team, Porter has remained more than grateful. 

"I've just really enjoyed the process and it's fueled the fire again within me," she told PEOPLE. "Any reservations I had got squashed the second I stepped on stage to do my blind audition, and I just feel super comfortable and excited about going forward."

2. She dominated the first-ever Eagles song in the history of The Voice.

Last week, Porter sang her own rendition of The Eagles' classic "Desperado," making history ... with help from her coach, Aguilera, who pulled a few strings.

"Christina actually was the only person that was able to get the song cleared," Porter told reporters after the show. "Her manager happens to be The Eagles' manager as well. We found the song. It was a struggle, for at least me, to find a song for this week. Finally, we chose it, and we had to get it cleared, and the only person who could do it was Christina."

She added, "I marched in her trailer and said, "Coach, please? Can you make a phone call?' She did, and actually, it was so smooth. I'm so grateful to those guys for letting me sing their song because it really was a special moment for me. I think my favorite – ever." 

3. Getting goosebumps every time she sings has become the new norm.

Whether she's slaying Demi Lovato's "Stone Cold" or jamming out to Aerosmith's "Cryin," every one of her performances ends with a lasting standing ovation. 

In fact, she's so good, she made Aguilera cry during a beautiful rendition of "Let Him Fly," which was dedicated to her ex-boyfriend. 

4. She's a natural when it comes to being a mom and a rock star.

Porter, who has two children – Mason, 3½, and Aria, 2 – with her husband, Brian Autenrieth, has looked to Aguilera for advice on balancing motherhood and work.

"She's been the physical representation of what I want to be when it comes to being a working mom in the music business," Porter previously said

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She added, "That's been my biggest thing, just watching her. I've seen her with her kids a bunch of times; they've been here a bunch of times, and my kids have come. Just knowing that it's possible for me to be able to do that and my kids will be cool, they'll still have time with their mom and all that kind of stuff, is No. 1."

5. The Voice needs a female coach to win. It's time.

*******A female coach has never won in the history of The Voice. This needs to change, and we think the combination of Porter and Aguilera makes it the perfect time for a woman to win the coach bragging rights.

That being said, we understand this is a singing competition and if we had it our way, everyone would be a winner ... because, let's be honest, Laith, Hannah Huston, Alisan and Adam Wakefield are all more than capable of taking home that trophy. Who will it be this season?

The Voice's two-day finale will air Monday and Tuesday (8 p.m. ET) on NBC.
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DESIDERATA: just 21minutes past MIDNIGHT when I writHe best, here's one of my fave Karaoke songs' .....; the sextime I try it, it would be duet wit', who else? Your guess is as GOoD as Desi's....... so presumptiously egoistic,  she will oblige!

WISHING mGf GOoDnight, sing after Desi -- From

You've Got a Friend Lyrics

When you're down and troubled
And you need a helping hand
And nothing, nothing is going right
Close your eyes and think of me
And soon I will be there
To brighten up even your darkest night
You just call out my name
And you know wherever I am
I'll come running, oh yeah baby, to see you again
Winter, spring, summer or fall
All you've got to do is call
And I'll be there, ye, ye, ye
You've got a friend

If the sky above you
Should turn dark and full of clouds
And that old north wind should begin to blow
Keep you head together
And call my name out loud now
Soon you'll hear me knocking at you door
You just call out my name
And you know wherever I am
I'll come running, oh yes I will, to see you again

Winter, spring, summer or fall, ye
All you have to do is call
And I'll be there, ye, ye, yeah
Ain't it good to know that you've got a friend

When people can be so cold
They'll hurt you, and desert you
And take your soul if you let them, oh yeah, don't you let 'em now
You just call out my name
And you know wherever I am
I'll come running to see you again, oh baby, don't you know
Winter, spring, summer or fall
Hey now, all you have to do is call
And I'll be there, yes I will
You've got a friend
You've got a friend, yeah
Ain't it good to know you've got a friend
Ain't it good to know you've got a friend
Oh, ye yeah, you've got a friend
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 Consider this as a NU'E/new post:~~~~~

UPDATEd @7.37AM May 27, 2016:

I am happy that my prediction was correct -- ALISAN PORTER did win, and she and family will improve their daily lives by LEAPS&BOUNDS. I hope she stays rooted on the stage.

Also, I am doubly happy for Alisan's devoted coach,  Chrisina Aguilera, who appeared to be smiling and yelling with jubilation on stage after the results JUMPING with such NaTURAL JOY that she would be treatin' fellow coaches Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Pharrel Williams with an abundance of Love, LovvE and aMore LOVVVe... for being the FIRST FEMALE MENTOR2WIN! Thinking aloud/allowed for her as she is short of breath for WORDS! >>>>>>>"Hey Cowboy, now you can seat on my Lap!"~~~~~~~~YL, Desi, shortest post ever!

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