Billy Gilman took on the master Frank Sinatra on Monday’s episode of “The Voice.” It was the live performance finale for Season 11, and Gilman opened the two-hour show with the classic song “My Way”.

Will it be enough for the former child star and his coach Adam Levine to win this season when results are announced on Tuesday? He currently has first place 2/3 odds in our Gold Derby predictions center, leading We` McDonald, Sundance Head, and Josh Gallagher.

He is up against long-time rival Blake Shelton plus rookie coaches Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys this season.

“Regarding Monday’s performance, our writer John Benutty says:”The idea behind taking on Sinatra is that Billy was ‘flipping the coin'” in terms of what he’s presented on the show before.

As the first performance of the night, Billy set the bar really high for everything that came after it.

According to his official NBC bio, “At the age of 12, Billy released his first country album, One Voice, with Sony Records. The title track earned Billy a Grammy Award nomination for Best Male Country Vocal Performance and was on the Billboard Country Top 40 for seven weeks. Billy became the youngest artist to ever have a Top 40 hit and a 2x platinum album.”

Prior to this week’s live show, performances for the year by the Rhode Island native have been “When We Were Young” by Adele, “Man in the Mirror” by Michael Jackson, “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten, “Crying” by Roy Orbison, “The Show Must Go On” by Queen, “All I Ask” by Adele, and “Anyway” by Martina McBride, and “I Surrender” by Celine Dion.

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