Danielle Bradbery: Signed to Taylor Swift's Record Label!
That was fast.
That was fast.
In a jam-packed finale featuring many of music’s best, including Christina Aguilera, Cher and Bruno Mars, Danielle Bradbery was named The Voice winner.
Before she was crowned, Team Blake’s teen protege got to sing a charming duet with country star Hunter Hayes on his original song “I Want Crazy.”
Don't call it a comeback!
Christina Aguilera returned for The Voice Season 4 finale for a rendition of her hit song “Feel This Moment,” with Pitbull, returning to her rightful place.
Cher, the "goddess of pop" herself, according to Carson Daly, returned to a live stage for the first time in 12 years last night on The Voice season finale.
She performed her new single, "Woman's World." Watch now!
On a night that saw Danielle Bradbery crowned The Voice winner, Bruno Mars treated us to an entertaining performance on the fourth season finale.
Dressed in all-red outfit, the 27-year-old singer had the crowd dance and sing to his "Treasure," a single from his latest album, Unorthodox Jukebox.
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?
The Voice coaches memorably kicked off Season 4 of the NBC smash a few months ago with a rendition of a Beatles classic, "Come Together."
Then last night, on the eve of the finale, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Usher and Shakira came another again on "With a Little Help from My Friends."
Danielle Bradbery, the 16-year-old Texan, has been a fan and coach favorite all season on The Voice. Did she lock up the Season 4 crown last night?
Adam Levine says she did, and just watching the way this artist - whose public debut was The Voice - is so instilled with natural talent, it's hard to argue.