After an unforgettable season marked by standout performers, it all came down to the final results show and America's votes. Who would be crowned The Voice winner here in Season 4?
Would it be The Swon Brothers, the country crooning duo on Team Blake?
Could indie-rock leaning Michelle Chamuel, of the first-ever Team Usher?
Or Danielle Bradbery, the Texas teen whose appeal seems magnetic?
There could be no wrong choice, but the results are in ...
Danielle Bradbery has won The Voice Season 4!!
"I'm so thankful," said the overwhelmed-looking Texan, just 16 years of age and having never performed in public before this show, after her win as her eyes filled up with tears.
"I'm sorry, I'm speechless," she added.
This is the third win in a row for Shelton, who also mentored Jermaine Paul and Cassadee Pope in Seasons 2 and 3, respectively, and who celebrated his 37th birthday Tuesday.
Michelle Chamuel, who many thought of as a dark horse, took second and the Swon Brothers third, predictably, in what was a fantastic season for all of these artists, coaches.
The show's camaraderie between coaches and artists remains off the charts, as does its popularity with fans. Will Danielle help expand its audience as a breakout solo star?
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