After a season of countless unforgettable performances, it all came down to one final results show on The Voice. Who was named the winner of Season 4?
Would it be The Swon Brothers, the Oklahoma country crooners on Team Blake Shelton, who shocked everybody by even making it to the finals?
Could indie-rock leaning Michelle Chamuel make Usher a winner against Blake's two proteges, continuing the show's tradition of unorthodox champs?
Or would it be Danielle Bradbery, the terrific Texas teen who many felt was the favorite from the start, due to her electric talent and magnetic likability?
Clearly, the final three performers, like the singing competition overall, offers an embarrassment of riches and something to suit everyone's tastes.
But there can be only one champion, and after millions and millions of votes cast, that person (or persons) has been revealed. The moment of truth:
The winner of The Voice Season 4 is ...
"I'm so thankful," said an overwhelmed-looking Bradbery, just 16, after her win as her eyes brimmed with tears. "I'm sorry, I'm speechless."
This is the third win in a row for Shelton, who also mentored Jermaine Paul and Cassadee Pope, and who celebrated his 37th birthday Tuesday.
Michelle Chamuel took second and the Swon Brothers third in what was a fantastic season for the artists, coaches and overall show camaraderie.
Do you agree with the way it turned out?
What do you think of The Voice finale results? Did Danielle deserve to win? Or was she second to one of the other standouts in your mind? Vote: