Danielle Bradbery, Michelle Chamuel or the Swon Brothers: That is the $100,000 question!
The Voice's fourth season came to a dramatic conclusion on Tuesday night, which also served as Usher and Shakira's final appearance on the series for a bit as they are sitting season five out to make room for returning judges Christina Aguilera and CeeLo Green.
But did Usher leave a winner with Michelle? Or did Blake Shelton emerge triumphant for the third season in a row with either Danielle or the Swon Brothers?
Danielle, the youngest artist in the competition at 16, was named the winner of The Voice's fourth season. "I'm so thankful. I'm speechless," the country singer said after her named was called.
Yes, this is Blake's third winner in four seasons! "You are an amazing coach and an amazing person, I love you coach," Danielle told the country crooner. Usher's contestant Michelle came in second, while the Swon Brothers finished in third place.
The final three contestants shared the stage with some of the biggest names in music: Daniell performed with Hunter Hayes, aka the male version of Taylor Swift , Michelle dueted with OneRepublic on "Counting Stars" and the Swon Brothers tackled "Night Moves" with Bob Seger.
The two-hour broadcast also featured a slew of non-contestant performances, including Aguilera returning to The Voice stage to perform "Feel This Moment" with Pitbull, Bruno Mars, who sang his new hit song "Treasure," as well as Cher, who debuted her new single "Woman's World" while rocking one crazy hairstyle. We expect nothing less from the icon!
The finale also served as Blake's birthday party, with Shakira presenting a cake she baked for him! Aw, see you in season six, girl!
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