Three members of the The Voice Top 4, Vicci Martinez, Javier Colon and Dia Frampton took a minute out of their hectic schedules to chat with the Today Show this morning.

The trio talk about the journey so far on the Voice, and how much they all LOVE each other! Asking Dia who she’d like to win other than herself? C’mon. Like she was gonna answer that…

The finalists are gearing up for this week’s  finale episodes, airing Tuesday and Wednesday at 9 pm on NBC

The other member of the Top 4, Beverly McClellan was “caught up in a late night recording session” and couldn’t make the interview.

Watch below

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  • t2

    I guess, Mark Burnett (the debil), has said that when the show comes back it will have a full schedule (versus the shorter schedule they have had this year.) I never thought I would say this, but I like that they are getting rid of multiple people every week — it makes it less personal and I don’t get as bored with the people who stick around.

    For instance, right now I think I could listen to Vicci sing all year long, but…. in reality, if she was on American Idol and I had to listen to her for 12-14 weeks in a row, I’d be pretty bored.

    Also, this way, if there are people you think are deadly dull to begin with (hello Dia), then you have other people to offset that and only have to bear with listening to them for a short period of time.

    And yes, I have used my own version of “shorten the life-span of American idol” by turning off the tv after all of the people I like are gone.

  • rkt

    These artists are way better than idol. Adam also tweeted that there will be a summer tour with semi finalists. Can’t wait!

  • Nina1

    For instance, right now I think I could listen to Vicci sing all year long, but…. in reality, if she was on American Idol and I had to listen to her for 12-14 weeks in a row, I’d be pretty bored.

    Yah, I get pretty twitchy with Idol, too, and if I hadn’t latched on to Haley after Lauren Turner left, I might not have watched at all. If you are not a particular fan of someone, there is little point in watching Idol. I don’t think the singers on The Voice are dramatically better; I think we are not given the time Idol gives to find picayune things to criticize or get on our nerves. It is tough to entertain people for 12-13 weeks and it gets a little grim. I like the format of The Voice for now; it is just fun music and good entertainers without the psychological sludge.