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‘The Voice’ finale: And the winner is …

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SPOILER ALERT: The following post contains the results from Tuesday night’s season finale of “The Voice” on NBC:

After all the blind auditions, battle rounds and knockout performances, Season 14 of “The Voice” has come down to this: Four contestants with their eyes on the crown: Team Blake Shelton’s Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker, Team Kelly Clarkson’s Brynn Cartelli, and Team Alicia Keys’ Britton Buchanan.
But only one of them can nab the $100,000 and the contract with Universal Records Group. And so our winner is …
Brynn Cartelli!

@brynncartelli Congratulations on winning @NBCTheVoice you are an Amazing Talent!
— stephanie hall (@stephdhall) May 23, 2018

Youth is certainly served. Brynn, a 14-year-old (Yes, just 14!) from Longmeadow, Massachusetts, beat out runner-up Britton Buchanan for the title.
Brynn’s victory gives her coach, Kelly Clarkson, a win in her very first season on the NBC sining competition.
Kyla Jade took third and Spensha Baker finished fourth.

I was rooting for her since the blinds!! She is so talented!! I’m also obesessed with her new song! Congrats @BrynnCartelli much deserved! #TeamBrynn #TeamKelly
— Magarooski (@Magarooski1124) May 23, 2018

Brynn was chosen by Clarkson during the blind auditions and stayed with her through the whole season. During Monday’s crucial live performances, including one with Clarkson, a cover, and her original song “Walk My Way.”
When voting closed Tuesday, “Walk My Way” was No. 3 on the iTunes chart.
Brynn started singing in home videos at the age of 4 and went on to hone her skills at local coffee shops and her school’s theater program.

Congratulations Brynn Cartelli and @kelly_clarkson on your FIRST WIN as a coach!!!!! That says SOOO much about the type of coach you were and it also just validates your power and awesomeness! @NBCTheVoice PLEASE HIRE HER FULL TIME!!!! #Youknowyouwantto #youknowWEallwantyouto
— Laura Dansby (@Lasquiz) May 23, 2018

Guest performers on Tuesday’s show included Jason Aldean, James Bay, Florence and the Machine, Dua Lipa, Ryan Adams, Kane Brown, Jennifer Hudson, Julia Michaels and Halsey with Big Sean.

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