Why Team Adam will win The Voice season 13

With "The Voice" season 13 coming to an end tomorrow, Adam Levine is looking to get back into the win column on the NBC singing competition for the first time since "The Voice" season 9. Team Adam's hopes for a "Voice" victory rest on the shoulders of Addison Agen, but she's poised to pull off an upset when the results are revealed on Tuesday night. Here's why Team Adam will win "The Voice" season 13.

1) Addison Agen's staying power

Addison Agen was the first artist to crack the Top 10 on the iTunes Singles Chart back in the opening round of live playoffs. She's also the only artist to have at least one single within the Top 10 throughout the entirety of the live shows. Team Blake's Chloe Kohanski might have come on strong in the last few weeks, but it's Agen who has the edge when it comes to number of Top 10 singles, and since every single that lands within that range earns a major vote multiplier, that should give Agen an extra few votes to surpass any competitors. Let's not forget that she and Brooke Simpson are the only two finalists who were never in danger of being eliminated at all this season.

2) An impressive coach duet

Monday's final "Voice" performance show featured the customary duets between artists and coaches, and Agen and Levine's cover of "Falling Slowly" blew the other duet performances out of the water. You can watch it by playing the video above, and you'll want to watch it more than once. The technical proficiency, and the way Levine has always known how to pull back so it's his finalist who gets the spotlight, shines through. This version may even be better than the original, and it's a strong last impression to leave before "Voice" fans start voting.

3) Adam Levine's popularity

It's no spoiler to say that there are some "The Voice" fans who vote not for the artist, but the coach. Levine has a tremendous fan base, and there will be people who will vote for anyone who's on Team Adam because of him. If Agen needs additional votes to get past someone like Kohanski, Levine's popularity as one of the two original coaches on "The Voice" could make the difference. Not to mention that there's a portion of TV viewers who don't want to see another country artist win, so some people may support Agen for that reason alone. There's several incentives to vote for Team Adam.

"The Voice" finale airs Tuesday at 9 p.m. on NBC. It's also not too late to get your tickets to see Adam Levine and Maroon 5 live at Las Vegas's Mandalay Bay Events Center through AXS:

Dec. 30 - Las Vegas, NV - Mandalay Bay Events Center (Click here for tickets)
Dec. 31 - Las Vegas, NV - Mandalay Bay Events Center (Click here for tickets)

For more on Adam Levine, visit his artist page at AXS.