First at Four: 'The Voice' finalists talk about their time on the show

First at Four: 'The Voice' finalists talk about their time on the show

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - It is down to the final four.

The two-night season finale of The Voice starts airs at 8 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday.

The finalists are: Adam Wakefield from Team Blake, Alisan Porter from Team Christina, Hannah Huston from Team Pharrell and Laith Al-Saadi from Team Adam.

The four talked to our Ashlea Kosikowski about their time on the show.

"I think the greatest vocal moment was probably in the battle rounds when Bryan Bautista and Malik Heard slayed This is a Man's World," Laith Al-Saadi said. "That was one of the most enjoyable musical moments. But I think for me personally, when I walked in and Adam Levine had a guitar strapped to him. And I realized he was treating me more like a peer that wanted to jam with me. We have now in three of my rehearsals play music together, which was a blast."

"The one that sticks out is all the duets that people did, like this last episode," said Huston. "I thought it was really fun for us to sing with each other. I thought that was really special. And I really did enjoy my last performance. I thought it was really strong moment for me on the show. I felt really comfortable and I thought I had a strong song. It just felt really connected and I had this really cool setup. And I don't know it was just super fun to go close out the show on the top eight semifinals show. I don't know it was just such an honor."

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