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Tessanne Chin: 'The Voice' Finale Performances - Watch Now!

Tessanne Chin: 'The Voice' Finale Performances - Watch Now!

Tessanne Chin shows off her vocal prowess during day one of The Voice Season 5 Finale on Monday (December 16) in Universal City, Calif.

The 28-year-old Jamaican singer sang her blind audition song, which was Pink‘s “Try”, Whitney Houston‘s classic hit “I Have Nothing,” and was joined on the stage by mentor Adam Levine for “Let It Be.”

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“Thank you so much for all the love and support on this journey everyone!!! Please vote :) and buy the iTunes!!!” Tessanne tweeted after the show.

WHAT DID YOU THINK of Tessanne Chin’s performances on The Voice?

Tessanne Chin & Adam Levine- ‘Let It Be’

FYI: Tessanne is wearing a Jovani dress.

Click inside to watch Tessanne Chin‘s other performances from the finale

Tessanne Chin – ‘I Have Nothing’

Tessanne Chin – ‘Try’

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  • oneday

    OK. Something really bothers me here. According to Wikipedia, Tessanne has already released a solo album and has 3 hit singles in Jamaica. And she has opened up for Patti LaBelle and some others. So she is a professional. Not really fair for her to compete against the others who are NOT professional as far as I know. Not Tessanne’s fault – it is the fault of The Voice and how it is set up. I know Wikipedia isn’t 100% accurate. Does anyone know if it is in this case? Anyway – JMO!!

  • Me3

    That was gorgeous!!!

  • kate

    @oneday: Well The Voice takes amateurs and people who have had a lot of experience so even if its true its not like its happened before. The Voice has had pros like jermaine paul, Cassadee pope win and also completely undiscovered talent such as Danielle Bradbery…

  • kate

    *not like it hasn’t happened before

  • jenfan

    @oneday: I am Jamaican.. and yes Tessanne has released some songs here but she had like a 1 year run 2 at most…she is trying to make it to the international stage!! And they have had “professionals” on the show before so I don’t see what the big deal is!

  • oneday

    Sorry. Just stating my opinion. Never said it was Tessanne’s “fault” or that she didn’t deserve to win. Just an observation on my part. I felt the same about past contestants that had similar backgrounds.

  • MIKE


  • Taking-A-Break

    IMO, Tessanne is the best of the 3 finalists. She can also sing Katy Perry’s song better than KP does. I don’t know if anybody from this show will ever go really far, however. It seems like you have to have a lot of behind the scenes pull to be successful anymore. How else can you explain all the mediocre “artist” out there that are successful? It surely ain’t because of their talent.

  • http://Facebook Rose

    @oneday: I hope your disagreement was voiced then too. If not, then it’s unfair to Tessanne to be singled out like that because she may win this. America considers itself a world stage and an experienced alien from Venus could come and try out for all I care. If they were as good as Tessanne, then I would vote for them too.

  • William Trotter


    We’ll always see people who are ‘professionals’, but are still fighting to make a name for themselves and make a decent living. Tessanne is only one of many of those. Kat who appeared earlier on the show, Judith Hill who sang with Micheal and even Will who is a professional musician are examples. Besides bringing out new talent, the Voice has provided a platform for talented singers who want more a chance to ‘go for it’. Hope this answers your concern.

  • Tanaka

    If you watched the Voice 4 other seasons you would see that there are several other artiste with very similar backgrounds, some way more advanced than Tessanne’s. It’s not this one season. No exceptions were made for her so it is fair

  • Ella

    Just because it’s happened before doesn’t make it fair or right, they should all have similar experience or none at all. Professional singers should be on a different show altogether.

  • BillyM

    @oneday: The Album she released is an independent album that didnt even chart. Its as much as you or I making one and putting it out there or quite similar to Mixtapes released by underground artistes, getting gigs on shows through the right connections is all she’s had, never been signed or produced by anyone, quite similar to Jacqui who has performed before no matter the size of the audience she is new Jersey’s Freehold singing champion or Will’s youtube channel doing covers of great songs and Touring with rock bands after all he is Bill Champlin’s son. Only edge career wise I’ll give Tess is that she has had the love of the ppl in a tiny island and so while she is popular there doing lots of free shows and making an album and videos on her own looking for an opportunity that shouldnt discredit her its like being popular in Utah. These three finalists are all talented at the end of the day its about who’s best no age, where you from, how long you been trying or who’s kid you are matters. What would you say if EG ( a prolific cartoon voice) had made the finals?

  • Lauren

    @Ella…I totally respect your opinion but I have to disagree. The Voice has always touted itself as a show that remains completely unbiased towards contestants in regards to appearance and previous recording experience. Because of this contestants are judged on one thing, and one thing only…their voice. To understand the concept behind this is to understand the music industry in itself. Many artists release albums but are unable to find that momentum that takes them to the top. These people (like Tesanne, Casadee, Jermaine, etc.) deserve just as much of a chance as anyone else to win the show…as they have AMAZING voices. And it seems you don’t necessarily disagree with that from your previous postings, but rather the fact that it’s an unfair advantage when pitted against contestants with no prior experience. However you have to consider that any fan base they may come in with is likely very low in number, and therefore not much of an advantage in the first place. And you also have to take into account the advantage of contestants without any experience. They have the novelty factor behind them of being completely “undiscovered”…just your average person chasing the “American Dream”. I’d argue that advantage kind of negates any disadvantage they may have against a more experienced contestant. But regardless, if you want a show that showcases only undiscovered talent you can find it in American Idol. They have always presented themselves as a show for the inexperienced and have booted several contestants for previous record deals. Because of this, however, I’d argue the quality of their talent is far inferior and thus the show has become quite boring. Personally I’d rather watch The Voice…a show that pulls talent from all walks of life and all experience levels and allows them to compete solely based on vocal ability. It prevents the show from being an AI clone and allows for a larger, more unique talent base that delivers better performances. I’d also argue that it is the most realistic show in terms of the challenges many of these artists will be forced to face in the music industry. There are always more experienced and more popular performers out there to compete with and the best way for an artist to combat that is by honing their craft and learning to deliver the best performance they can, regardless of how they measure up to those around them. That’s what The Voice does. It takes good vocalists, regardless of appearance, previous experience, etc. and pushes them to be the very best that they can be in order to find the next superstar. That’s what people should be judging these contestants on…who can deliver the best vocals in a performance that will stand up to real industry standards.

  • anna


    hmmm i’m not sure about the aretha franklin part but i know has released albums here (i live in Jamaica btw). Her highest topping song is Hideaway. Pretty song. Give it a listen. And yea, she’s a professional, like almost all of the contestants there. Most of them have prior experience. They’ve said so

  • Pulease

    @Lauren, thank you, I do appreciate your point of view but maybe two different shows would be better for all concerned. Contestants with no experience will have to start from scratch learning techniques and even how to breath and enunciate properly so they are already behind as are their coaches.
    I just don’t think it’s a fair platform for anyone concerned but as things stand I suppose the status quo will prevail.

  • meiii

    tess is the winner in my opinion…

  • lizzie kelly