'That's my anthem!' Miley Cyrus gushes as Billy Gilman sings favourite song My Way on The Voice finals

Miley Cyrus went wild on The Voice on Monday when one of the contestants sang her favorite song My Way by Frank Sinatra.

Billy Gilman, 28, belted out the 1969 hit as the two-night finale kicked off for the NBC singing competition show.

'You just sang my favourite song in the entire world,' yelled Miley, 24, afterwards.  

Favorite song: Miley Cyrus praised Billy Gilman on Monday during The Voice finals after he performed her favorite song My Way by Frank Sinatra

'It resonated not only with you but with me and my team…we're walking around with so much pride and joy..thank you for doing that song, that's my anthem,' continued the Wrecking Ball singer, who was wearing a florescent 70s print dress, with a netted face veil.

Billy's coach, Adam Levine, 37, had called the track hyper-masculine. 

 'He's doing this hyper-masculine song and it's the first time he's done that,' said the Maroon 5 frontman.

'How do you not feel like, regardless of the outcome, you've just won The Voice right now?' added Adam enthusiastically.

His way: Billy belted out My Way to start the two-hour show

Loving it: Miley got on her feet during Billy's performance

Standing ovation: Adam Levine, Miley, Alicia Keys and Blake Shelton gave Billy a standing ovation

Getting emotional: Billy poured himself into the song

Billy's performance was part of The Voice's two-hour, two-part final. Each finalist had performed three songs. One cover, one duet with their coach and one original single.

Next up was Pennsylvania man Josh Gallagher who is also on Team Adam.

His original single was a country ballad called Pick Any Small Town.

Proud coach: Adam Levine beamed after Billy's stellar performance

Big hug: Billy and Adam hugged after he started the two-hour show with a bang

Original song: Josh Gallagher performed his original country ballad Pick Any Small Town 

'Such a cool song…I can totally relate to that song' Blake Shelton told the 25-year-old country singer.

Alicia Keys then hit the stage with 17-year-old Wé McDonald for Stevie Wonder's version of Ave Maria.

Bearded Texan Sundance Head had written a song for 'the love of his life' after a bad argument.

Powerful performance: Wé McDonald and Alicia Keys took on Stevie Wonder's version of Ave Maria

'I had to let her know that I couldn't live without her,' he said earnestly.

The 37-year-old crooner, who will perform with KISS tomorrow, had named the track Darlin' Don't Go.

'It's beyond me how this guy has not been discovered before,' Blake said afterwards.

Love song: Sundance Head for his original song performed Darlin' Don't Go

Hard to believe: Blake said he couldn't believe Sundance wasn't discovered earlier

Los Angeles native Adam and Billy, from Rhode Island, later teamed up for a rendition of the Everly Brothers' Bye Bye Love.

Wé's new single Wishes was written by Harold Lilly, who has previously penned songs for the likes of Luther Vandross, Trey Songz, and Zayn Malik.

'I can't even express how proud I am,' said Alicia, calling the teenager 'the truth' with 'unlimited potential'.

High praise: Wé was told by Alicia that she has 'unlimited potential'

So proud: Alicia could not hide her pride and smiled as Wé performed

Fun tune: Billy and coach Adam teamed up for spirited rendition of Bye Bye Love

Josh Gallagher and Adam then bonded over Smooth by Santana.

They were followed by Sundance and Blake, who paid tribute to Sundance's father with a duet of Treat Her Right by Roy Head.

Josh, 25, then did John Mellencamp's 1982 hit Jack And Diane.

Father's song: Sundance and Blake got together for Treat Her Right by Roy Head

Rocking out: Josh rocked out to Jack And Diane by John Mellencamp

'Yo dude, that song and you are meant to go together,' Adam told his student.

Sundance's cover was a spin of Etta James' At Last, with a string orchestral backing.

'So good, we're freaking out here,' said Miley while Blake called him a 'classic, iconic vocalist'.

Orchestral backing: Sundance had orchestral backing for his cover of At Last

The host: Carson Daly kept the two-hour show moving

Billy's cover was Because Of Me.

'This song was going to be a Maroon 5 song but we started working on it and I said ''you know, I think Billy would really kill this song'',' said Adam.

'That's the magic…I think this moment is probably one of the most definitive moments of your career,' praised Adam later.

Definitive moment: Billy was told by Adam that he had reached a peak moment in his career

Wé closed the night by belting out Don't Rain On My Parade by Barbra Streisand.

Alicia couldn't stop screaming.

'To me this song shows everybody, who ever, ever didn't understand who you are, how diverse you are, how unique you are, how special you are, it gives everybody a chance to know that nothing can stop you,' she extolled.

The Voice winner will be announced on Tuesday on NBC after the public vote.

Super fan: Alicia screamed as Wé belted out Don't Rain On My Parade

Killed it: Wé nailed her version of the Barbra Streisand song



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