Adam Levine felt like the Universe paused for a second with his three protégés in The Voice

1:00 PM EST 12/21/2014 by Kara Michelle, Celebeat Reporter

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Adam Levine is on cloud nine as three of his performers are in the top finalists of The Voice.

The Moves Like Jagger singer was practically ecstatic with pleasure as he watched his contestants sing their final pieces for the coveted title.

The Maroon 5 frontman was the happiest coach in the world, ever. He claimed to be close to tears and felt like the universe paused for a second.

Matt McAndrew, whom the singer considered as his protégé gave a blasting performance and it caused the most uproar. He sung his self-written track "Wasted Love."

"My friend, I'm happy to say you have a hit on your hands," Levine told the Philadelphia native before he performed onstage. "It's one of the best songs I have ever heard...in my life...I'm such a big fan of this guy and he's not even done winning yet," Levine gushed, according to Daily Mail.

Fellow coach, Pharrell Williams called McAndrew "a leader and a teacher", while Gwen Stefani mentions she was inspired to write some new lyrics on her own.

Blake Shelton was the only coach, apart from Levine, who has a finalist in the running with country singer and long-haired Craig Wayne Boyd.

The night started with Damien Lawson from Louisiana belting with Song For You. Levine described his performance as pure and emotional.

Then it came to Chris Jamison, from team Adam, who sung Robin Thicke's "Lost Without U."

The winner will be announced Tuesday night.

Meanwhile, Levine has partnered with Nissan and NBC Universal to promote "Red Thumb Day" - inspired by "Red Thumb Reminder," a program created by Steve Babcock of EVB advertising. Marking your thumb serves as an important reminder to not text and drive. This awareness follows the U.S. Department of Transportation's statistics that involves auto crashes caused by texting while driving.

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