Danielle Bradbery Wins The Voice

Country music singer Danielle Bradbery is taking home this year's title of "The Voice."
The 16-year old from Cypress, Texas gives coach Blake Shelton his third win in a row on the NBC singing competition series.  Blake had the best chance of scoring a win, since he had two acts in the final three.  With Danielle coming out on top, team Usher's Michelle Chamuel of Amherst, Massachusetts landed in second place.  Blake's duo The Swon Brothers from Muskogee, Oklahoma came in third.  Even though Danielle was declared the winner, all three finalists came away with a new Kia. 

All three finalists appeared on stage during Tuesday night's season finale, but they shared the stage with some major star power.  Even though she took the season off, "Voice" coach Christina Aguilera returned to the "Voice" stage with Pitbull to perform their collaboration "Feel This Moment."  OneRepublic, Bruno Mars, Bob Seger, Cher, Florida Georgia Line and Nelly also performed on NBC's "The Voice."