With 'The Voice' 2013 finals scheduled for June 17, Vegas odds makers wasted little time issuing their predictions for the Tuesday night results show.
Tabbed to take the season 4 title with 2/3 odds is Texas native Danielle Bradbery. The 16-year-old rising country star, who's excelled as a student of Blake Shelton, most recently saw her semifinal renditions of 'Who I Am' and 'Please Remember Me' make the top 10 on the iTunes top 200 chart. Her beyond-her-years mature tone and carriage made her the front-runner for much of the season.
Ready to put up a fight from the two-spot is Michelle Chamuel, who holds 3/2 odds of winning the season. The girl with the thick glasses and the ginormous voice that could probably do justice to just about any song recorded in the '80s is Usher's last hope for victory.
Holding the long-shot position --as usual-- are Team Blake's Swon Brothers with 7/1 odds. The duo had a major breakthrough during the semifinals, scoring top 10 finishes with both 'Danny's Song' and 'Turn the Page' to earn iTunes multipliers for the first time.
So are the predictions correct? Will Danielle Bradbery win 'The Voice' 2013, or is a come-from-behind victory in store?