The star-studded finale of 'The Voice'
Season 14 wrap-up
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Brynn Cartelli, the youngest competitor in 'The Voice' history, won the competition. Making a celebratory night for first-season judge Kelly Clarkson. Britton Buchanan, who worked with Alicia Keys, came in second. Kyla Jade on Blake Shelton's team was awarded the bronze, and Spensha Baker (also Team Blake) came in fourth.
The epic performance by guest musicians included Dua Lipa hitting the stage to perform 'IDGAF,' and country star Kane Brown performing 'What Ifs.' Then Alicia Keys and James Bay treated the audience to a duet of 'Us.' Chloe Kohanski, the winner of 'The Voice' season 13, rocked the stage with her new single 'Come This Far.' Following this torrent of stardom, Florence + The Machine came out to tear the house down with 'Hunger.' The audience didn't think there could possibly be anymore, until Halsey and Big Sean performed 'Alone,' and Jason Aldean gave an emotional performance of his song, 'Drown the Whiskey.' In the end, none other than iconic singer Jennifer Hudson came out to reunite with her former backup singer and current contestant, Kyla Jade, to perform 'I Know Where I’ve Been.'
It was an epic night and the perfect end to a great season of 'The Voice.' All of the finalists were gifted Toyota cars, and even Jimmy Fallon made a surprise cameo. Fans are already counting down to season 15.
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