The Voice Season 5 (2013) Winner: Will Tessanne Chin Take Home the Trophy in Midst of Personal Issues-3 Reasons She Should Win

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By jaskiran kaur | December 16, 2013 7:53 PM EST

The Voice Season 5 (2013) has reached its climax. In few hours NBC's reality singing competition show will air its top 3 performance in finals round episode. Based on these performances The Voice viewers will vote for their favorite performer and help their preference win the show. The top 3 finalists competing in the show finale are: Tessanne Chin and Will Champlin of Team Adam and Jacquie Lee of Team Christina. Who do you think will be the winner of The Voice Season 5 (2013)?

Will Tessanne Chin Win The Voice Season 5 (2013)?

Jamaican singer Tessanne Chin reached the number one spot of the iTunes chart with her top 3 performance in The Voice Season 5 (2013) Semifinals. She performed on "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and left Coach Adam speechless with her emotional performance.

It is reported that Tessanne Chin was facing some personal issues that led her to get so emotional onstage while performing. According to Urbanislandz, Tessanne's friend had passed away which overwhelmed her during the performance. The reports by the Web site revealed that a source close to The Voice finalist revealed that she is definitely going through personal problems. "She is going through something but she is doing okay, Tessanne has a strong personality, she is so pure and she will make it through," said the source as reported by Urbanislandz.com.

Even though Tessanne Chin of Team Adam is going through personal problems, polls are in favor of her as The Voice Season 5 (2013) winner. According to a poll conducted by E News, 43% Americans believe that Tessanne Chin will win the show. Also, Yet another poll by entertainment Web site Wetpaint, reveals that 49% of the participants voted for Tessanne as The Voice 2013 winner. Also, reports have revealed that Coach Blake believes that the show will be won by the first ever Jamaican participant Tessane Chin.

3 Reasons Why Tessanne Chin of Team Adam Should Win The Voice Season 5 (2013)

Tessanne is one of the most favorite contenders of The Voice Season 5 (2013) trophy. Following are the reasons why she should win the show:

1.    Tessanne Chin has music running in her blood. She has been learning music since she was very young and has been a performer since she was just six. She comes from a family of musicians. Her mother was a singer and trumpeter in the same band in which her father was a drummer. Her sister is a singer and her cousin is a vocalist and guitarist in a band called Grassroutes

2.  Tessanne Chin is experienced as a singer and performer. She is already a recording artist and has an album in her name titled "In Between Words."

3.  Judges admire Tessanne Chin's singing. While Coach Blake Shelton has declared her to be the winner of The Voice Season 5 (2013), she is much loved by the other coaches, too. During her last performance on "Bridge Over Troubled Water" Coach Adam said: "I don't even know what to say. That's crazy what just happened. I've never been speechless on the show before. I think that that's probably the most flawless and graceful performance I've ever heard on this show."

The Voice Season 5 (2013) Finals Round/ Finale in Week 7 of Live Shows will commence on Dec. 16, 2013 and the show's winner will be announced on Dec. 17, 2013. The results episode will be a gala event as Lady Gaga, Celine Dion, R. Kelly will be performing alongside, the top 3 finalists Tessanne Chin, Will Champlin and Jacquie Lee.

For more news on The Voice Season 5 (2013) read below:

The Voice Season 5 (2013) Finale Spoilers: All You Need To Know About Finals Round Episodes in Week 7 of Live Shows

The Voice Season 5 2013: Meet the Top 3 Finalists for Grand Finale Week 7 [LISTEN BEST OF PERFORMANCES]

The Voice Season 5 (2013) Winner Predictions: Find Out Who Will Win According to the Polls and Betting Odds

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