“The Voice” season four may already have their winner. Coach Adam Levine has voiced his opinion on who should walk out as the winner, and it is … Danielle Bradbery.

The 16-year-old country crooner from Texas blew viewers away this season with her renditions of Jo Dee Messina’s “Heads Carolina, Tails California” and Pam Tillis’ “Maybe It Was Memphis.” Initially getting three chair turns from Adam Levine, Usher and Blake Shelton in the blind audition, Bradbery has been battling it to the top on Team Blake.

With the finale set to air on Tuesday, June 18, Levine made a bold prediction in Monday night’s show. The Maroon 5 frontman believes that Bradbery has the title of “Voice” winner in the bag.

“The craziest thing about your voice is it’s just so unbelievably perfect and powerful,” he told the blonde teen. “It’s one of the better voices I think I’ve ever heard live … And I’m just gonna go ahead and say, I think Danielle’s [the] winner of this thing.”

Adam Levine’s prediction was shocking for a couple reasons. For one, “Voice” fans and the judges were head over heels for the Swon Brothers after their cover of “Danny Song” on Monday. And second, Shelton is Levine’s biggest rival on the show. Levine’s team may have won season one, but Shelton’s group of singers have swiped the title for the past two seasons.

“Usher, it kills me to have to say that,” Levine said to the other judge after praising Bradbery. “I don’t wanna say it’s Blake.”

Usher praised Bradbery’s Monday night performance as “a special thing.” Bradbery’s coach, Blake Shelton, also expressed his amazement with her performance, telling her that, “I’m one of the millions of people out there that you have wrapped around your finger and I thank God that you came to ‘The Voice’ to debut yourself.”

Danielle Bradbery is up against the Swon Brothers and Michelle Chamuel. Usher has repeatedly said that Chamuel is this season’s winner, and the judges have praised her as a “rock star” and “needed” artist.

Find out who gets crowned the season four winner of “The Voice” when it airs on Tuesday, June 18, on NBC.