Blake Shelton and Toneisha Harris Sing Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Don’t Stop’ On ‘The Voice’ Finale
Blake Shelton and his Team Blake contestant Toneisha Harris joined forces on The Voice finale on Tuesday (May 19) to…
Toneisha Harris and Blake Shelton; Photo via The Voice
Blake Shelton and his Team Blake contestant Toneisha Harris joined forces on The Voice finale on Tuesday (May 19) to sing one of Fleetwood Mac’s biggest hits.
Shelton and Harris sang the 1977 Fleetwood Mac song “Don’t Stop” from the band’s wildly successful album, Rumours. Click below to watch their performance.
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Shelton is the only coach going into The Voice finale with two contestants vying for the winning title: Harris and Todd Tilghman.
All of the artist/coach duets are available to stream with proceeds benefitting Feeding America.
The Voice finale made history as the show aired 21 streams of live video from various locations around the country.
The season 18 winner will be crowned at the conclusion of the live, two-hour finale. Toneisha Harris and Todd Tilghman from Team Blake, Micah Iverson from Team Kelly, CammWess from Team Legend and Thunderstorm Artis from Team Nick are vying for the coveted title.
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