Kroeze's grandpa offers simple advice ahead of "The Voice" finale

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LOS ANGELES (WEAU) -- After months of competition, the finale of NBC's "The Voice" begins Monday night.

Barron native Chris Kroeze is one of the four finalists competing to be crowned "The Voice."

On December 11, Kroeze made it to the final four after singing his rendition of "Can't You See."

Kroeze has a lot of family support in Los Angeles for the final two shows.

WEAU's Abigail Hantke is in Los Angeles this week covering the finale.

She spoke with Kroeze's grandpa Sunday night who had some simple advice for his grandson.

"I've told him this many times. Be yourself. Do what you're doing. Be you, and he's good at that. That's the way he is. What you see is what he is. He's not a phony at all. He's a good guy. A real good guy," said Chris Kroeze's grandpa Dan Pond.

Voting opens Monday at 7 p.m. and continues until 6 a.m. Tuesday.
The winner of will be announced Tuesday night.

Tune in to WEAU 13 news Monday and Tuesday for more live coverage from Los Angeles and "The Voice" finale.