Javier Colon and Adam Levine Sing Michael Jackson’s ‘Man in the Mirror’ on ‘The Voice’
A hatless Javier Colon took the stage alongside his coach, Adam Levine, to perform the late Michael Jackson's powerful hit 'Man in the Mirror' on tonight's 'The Voice.' When the soulful song came to an end and went to commercial break, there wasn't a dry eye in the room.
Just days after the two-year anniversary of MJ's death, the Maroon 5 frontman and his last standing competitor delivered a smooth-as-butter blend that would have melted even the man in the mirror himself.
The guys didn't need any half-naked dancers or sunglasses to draw viewers into their duet -- they kept things simple with black suits, subtle lighting and perfected harmonies. It was evident that they didn't want to hide their bromance, either. Levine and Colon spent a healthy half of the song singing to one another ... When they weren't serenading the audience, of course.
"It's amazing to be able to collaborate with such an incredible artist and such an incredible guy," Colon said of his coach before taking the stage. "I made the absolute best choice. He got me here!"
Find out who will take home 'The Voice' trophy on the finale results episode, which airs Wednesday, June 29 at 9PM ET on NBC.