The Swon Brothers heard Coach Adam Levine's prediction that Danielle Bradbery will win "The Voice," and backstage they said they are fine with whatever happens.
"Adam has predicted pretty much the whole season that she was gonna win, so you know what, I hate to say it, but he could be right," Colton Swon told AccessHollywood.com's Laura Saltman on Monday night. "Danielle's amazing, Michelle's amazing. I wouldn't mind seeing either one of those girls win. I really wouldn't. At this point we're all gonna be set I think, and have good careers and those girls are so sweet. I'm glad it's someone I'm happy for and they both deserve it."
But, that doesn't mean the boys from Oklahoma have thrown in the towel.
"We want to win," Zach Swon added. "But if we don't, I think that will be OK. It's an honor to lose to either one of those girls."
"This show's all about building a fan base and they put you on the stage and that's who you fall back on after the show," Colton said. "I think we'll be OK just 'cause we've got some great people behind us now."
Being in the "The Voice" final was a big deal to the brotherly duo and they were thankful to have made it to the end.
"We rode this horse all the way to the end," Zach said.
"I cannot believe it," Colton chimed in. "It's done now. ... We can't do anything else. It's a great night, but at the same time, it's sad that it's ending."
During Monday night's show, a clip package revealed that when The Swon Brothers got in trouble during their younger years, they were sent to their rooms. And, as punishment they were told to write a song. Backstage, the two shared what came out of one of those room sessions.
"It was about bullies - a kid at school that got bullied," Zach said of a tune they penned. "It was called 'Billy Boy,' and we had to sing it at a non-bully convention one time."
But, don't expect "Billy Boy" to make it on their album.
"I don't know if it'll make the cut," Colton laughed.
On Tuesday night's show, the siblings will perform with legendary rocker Bob Seger and they told Laura it is a big deal.
"It's gonna be the most epic moment of our lives," Zach said.
"The Voice" continues on Tuesday night at 8/7c on NBC.
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