The Voice season two finale is only days away, and the stakes could not be higher for the final four: Jermaine Paul, Chris Mann, Juliet Simms and Tony Lucca. Fortunately for us, there’s no pressure – just sheer excitement. And to add more thrill to the anticipated finale, BuddyTV is offering you the chance to win a snazzy Team Adam poster that’s signed by the top 8 Voice contestants from this season! (If you’re not Team Adam, that’s OK – the poster’s still cool, and chances are your favorite singer’s signature will be on there.)

Update: This contest is now over. Congratulations to our winner pavaogirl.

The Prize:
One red-tastic poster of coach Adam Levine, complete with eight splashy signatures (including some possibly illegible but star-quality autographs and one cute marking by “Katrina Parker”). See below:


How to Enter:
It’s super easy: Simply leave a comment below on who YOU think was “The Voice” of this season (it can be any contestant – current or past – who made it onto season two).

Is your favorite contestant still standing on the stage as part of the final four? Or did your heart break a little when Christina sent Jesse Campbell home that fateful night? Or perhaps your favorite was prematurely eliminated in the battle rounds. Whoever it was, leave a comment below (and feel free to justify your answer)!

The contest starts today, May 4 and ends after the finale on Tuesday, May 8 at 11:59pm PST. From all the comments we’ll pick the winner at random, so get commenting to enter now! (Only one entry per person – click here to see the full terms and conditions.)

Then don’t forget to catch the two-part finale on Monday at 8pm and Tuesday at 9pm on NBC, when the ultimate winner of The Voice will be declared! To get pumped, watch this clip of the Elite 8, whose signatures could soon adorn your wall:

(Image, prize and video courtesy of NBC)

Jenn Lee

Staff Writer, BuddyTV

Jenn grew up in Ohio before moving to Seoul, Korea, where she attended international school and failed to learn Korean. From there she went on to earn a BA in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania before settling in Seattle, where she now spends too much time pondering the power of narrative in TV shows and novels. While she loves a good smart comedy (a la Community or Parks and Recreation), her favorite current show is Breaking Bad; all-time mentions include Arrested DevelopmentLost and Friends. When she’s not consuming television or literature, she’s savoring pastries and searching for the city’s ultimate sandwich.