Tuesday night wrapped up the fourth season of the hit series The Voice. The competition came down to three finalists, The Swon Brothers who were coached by Usher, Michelle Chamuel, and Danielle Bradbery who both represented Team Blake (Shelton).
The result wasn’t much of a surprise as the 16 year-old sensation, Danielle Bradbery finished in first place. Team Usher’s Michelle Chamuel was the runner up while The Swon Brothers took third place.
Bradbery was incredibly emotional after the announcement was made that she was the winner. She literally was speechless. The Texas-native now has a recording contract with Universal Music Group after her victory.
Bradbery decided to sing the song “All-American Girl” by Carrie Underwood, who happens to be one of Danielle’s primary influences. Bradbery displayed her powerful voice and was accompanied by Amber Carrington, Sarah Simmons, and Caroline Glaser.
Danielle’s second song was a duet with Hunter Hayes called “I Want Crazy” by Taylor Swift. Although the song is similar to others that she has sung, she rocked the building. Her soft, delicate voice
Before the competition, Bradbery had never sung in front of a large audience. She is also the youngest person to win the competition. Although Danielle doesn’t have the same stage presence that Michelle Chamuel has, this show is called “The Voice” and the contestant with the best, most consistent voice won.