The second part of the two-episode finale which aired on Tuesday night saw Brynn Cartelli crowned as the winner of ‘’The Voice’’ Season 14.
We have a winner: Brynn Cartelli has been crowned as the Champion of Season 14 of NBC’s singing competition ‘’The Voice’’.
The final part of the two-episode finale aired Tuesday night on NBC where Cartelli was joined by three other finalists. The last round of this year’s competition required each of the finalists to perform a duet with their coach, a solo and an original song.
Cartelli was declared the winner after she received the most number of votes from viewers via text messages, the Internet, telephone, and the iTunes store. With her victory on Tuesday, she has become the youngest ever winner of ‘’The Voice’’.
Among the remaining three finalists, Britton Buchanan won second place, while Kyla Jade grabbed the 3rd spot and Spensha Baker came 4th.
This year’s top four finalists were announced on Monday night in the first part of the two-episode finale. While Buchanan (Team Alicia), Cartelli (Team Kelly) and Jade and Baker (Team Blake) made it to the final round, the contestants of coach Adam Levine were eliminated before the final episode.
Cartelli was declared the winner on Tuesday after all four contestants delivered two hours of grueling non-competition performances. The finalists had to perform not only with former contestants of the show but also with their favorite artists.
While Cartelli performed alongside Julia Michaels a medley of ‘’Issues and Jump’’, runner-up Buchanan teamed with Ryan Adams to perform ‘’To Be Without You’’. It was an interesting combo as both Buchanan and Ryan Adams belong to North Carolina.
Spensha Baker, who finished third on the night, joined her forces with Kane Brown for ‘’What If’’ and Jade performed a duet with Hudson on ‘’I Know Where I’ve Been’’.
The finale featured guest performances from the winner of Season 13 Chloe Kohanski, Dua Lipa, Halsey, Big Sean, Jason Aldean and Florence and the Machine. It also featured a confirmation from Host Carson Daly who announced that Hudson and Clarkson will return as coaches for Season 15, joining Adam Levine and Shelton.