WARNING: SPOILERS FROM ‘THE VOICE’ SEASON 4 FINALE
Tuesday, June 18 was the night … the night “The Voice” crowned its season four winner! So, who has “the voice?” Was it the Swon Brothers, Michelle Chamuel or Danielle Bradbery?
“The Voice” season four winner is … Danielle Bradbery!
A two-hour finale, the episode got pumped up real fast with Pitbull and “Voice” coach veteran Christina Aguilera. The pair kicked off the night with their hit song, “Feel This Moment.”
Other professional performances of the evening included Bruno Mars with his song, “treasure,” and Cher’s new single, “Woman’s World.”
One of the most entertaining sets of the finale came from Michelle Chamuel, who sang “Counting Stars” alongside One Republic. The 26-year-old finalist killed it on stage, bringing a ton of energy and getting the crowd into an excited frenzy. Other duets with “Voice” finalists included the Swon Brothers with Bob Seger, and Danielle Bradbery with Hunter Hayes.
With five minutes left in the finale, the singers took the time to thank their coaches for their awesome experience on the competition show.
“Most incredible ride I have ever been on,” Zach Swon told coach Blake Shelton. “Couldn’t have been a better coach in the world. Your friendship means a lot.” Zach’s brother, Colton, echoed his brother’s praise for Blake. “We love you and thank you, man,” said Colton. “You’ve been a big brother to us.”
Danielle Bradbery, who was also on Team Blake, thanked the country singer for being an “amazing coach and an amazing person.” As for Michelle Chamuel on Team Usher, she expressed how grateful she was for his love, support and dedication throughout the season.
With no more time to spare, “Voice” host Carson Daly finally announced the winner of season four. The Swon Brothers came in third place, leaving the two remaining spots torn between Team Blake and Team Usher. The two men held hands as Daly revealed that the winner of “The Voice” was the youngest artist in the competition, 16-year-old Danielle Bradbery.
“I don’t even know right now,” Bradbery said in tearful shock. “I’m so thankful. I’m sorry, I’m speechless.”
Bombarded on stage by the judges and family, Bradbery was supposed to end the evening by singing Sara Evans' “Born To Fly.” However, backup singers had to take over for the newly crowned “Voice” winner when she failed to sing more than the first verse.
You can catch Danielle Bradbery on “The Today Show” on Friday. Were you happy with "The Voice" winner? Let us know in the comments section.