Tonight’s episode of ‘The Voice’ (June 4) sent one contestant packing, while the Top 5 moved on. Thankfully, all four coaches – Blake Shelton, Usher, Shakira and Adam Levine – were lucky enough to have at least one singer left in the competition by the end of the night.
Cassadee Pope, the newly crowned winner of season three of 'The Voice,' was on hand at 'The Tonight Show' to talk about the long road she's traveled since auditioning for the show to winning the title.
What's truly left to say about Cassadee Pope's uber successful season on 'The Voice?' Nothing, really. The girl is poised to win it all; she has a crazy amazing fan following that call themselves "Cassettes," has a Twitter fan group in the form of @CassIsBadA-- and she consistently ranks in the Top 10 on the iTunes charts. As Christina Aguilera would say, the girl's a star.
The clear frontrunner of 'The Voice' is none other than Cassadee Pope, former lead singer of the pop-punk band Hey Monday. She was discovered by Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz, and her band found moderate to semi-high amounts of fame, so the girl from Florida has quite the backing, if you catch our drift.
Fan favorite Cassadee Pope performed second tonight on 'The Voice,' and was given a country song to sing for her first performance, by her mentor Blake Shelton. 'Stand' by Rascal Flatts was the song of choice, simply because when she performed with the band on the show last, he thought she did a great job...