The Voice Final Three React To Their Finale Performances

The final three contestants took the stage to battle it out on “The Voice” on Monday night.

Access Hollywood caught up with Jacquie Lee, Tessanne Chin and Will Champlin after the show to find out how they felt about their performances, starting with Team Christina’s young ingenue.

“It’s an amazing feeling to be where I am right now,” Jacquie told AccessHollywood.com’s Laura Saltman after the big show on Monday. “I’m really, really, really, really, really excited to move forward, ‘cause, I mean, my future at this point looks really, really awesome!”

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The 16-year-old with a big voice said she wants to win not only for herself, but for her coach.

“I want to win the show, I want to give Christina that victory too and she’s been so kind to me,” she said. “I know we’re gonna keep in touch after the show, whatever happens. I couldn’t be more proud of Tessane and Will, so if any of them win over me, I could not be happier that it’s one of them.”

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Tessanne (Team Adam) said she’s relieved to have the final performance behind her.

“I feel like I’ve left it there and I gave my best, and my biggest thing is just wanting to do my best,” she said. “I have no regrets… I really gave my best tonight, and that’s that.”

As for going first, Tessanne said she was OK with leading the pack of competitors.

“It’s all about what you can leave in that moment, and what people remember in that moment – I can’t control anything else,” she said. “So hopefully I gave a performance that will be remembered past the end of the show.”

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As for Team Adam’s remaining male finalist, Will Champlin said he’s relieved the judged performances are behind him and is looking forward to Tuesday night’s fun.

“I think tomorrow’s gonna be a great day,” he told Laura. “I’m looking forward to jamming with my friends.”

The doting father and aspiring artist said he’s definitely noticed a change in himself during his time on the show – mainly his appearance.

“I feel like I look in the mirror and I look like Elvis. I’ve got the Elvis Levine hair,” he joked, referencing the ‘do of his coach, Adam. “You can hashtag that!”

“The Voice” winner will be crowned tonight at 9/8c on NBC.

-- Erin O’Sullivan

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