It all came down to this on NBC's The Voice. Four talented singers remained heading into the Season 10 finale, but only one could be named ...
Well, The Voice.
Heading into The Voice final four performances Monday night, it felt like it could be anyone's game to win one for their superstar coach.
After watching Christina's protege Alisan Porter's performance of "Somewhere," however, it was hard not to think of her as the favorite.
Would Adam Wakefield (Team Blake), Laith Al-Saadi (Team Adam) or Hannah Huston (Team Pharrell) pull an upset and take the title?
Let's find out!
After battling through perhaps the most competitive season ever, the singer crowned the winner of The Voice on Tuesday night was ...
Yes, the protege of Christina Aguilera also made her mentor the first female coach to have a winner in the history of the NBC competition.
"Tonight is a true victory for women" Aguilera said later, referencing that very fact, though the night belonged to Alisan first and foremost.
No small feat, with Cee Lo, Ariana Grande, Sia, Little Big Town, Jennifer Nettles, Alison Krauss, Joe Walsh and Zayn Malik in the house.
"I have retired from Curly Sue I am now the girl who won The Voice! I've waited 30 something years..." Alisan, who starred in that film, said.
The newly crowned star won the hearts of fans and coaches alike during the blind auditions with her take on Roy Orbison's "Blue Bayou."
A standing ovation by Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams, Adam Levine, and Christina Aguilera greeted the 34-year-old, who picked Christina.
Amazingly, she only improved from then on, and the mother of two, who has battled alcohol abuse, was humbled from the very beginning.
"It's amazing and every day I work hard to keep moving forward, and I just feel very blessed to be here and be doing what I love," she said.
The singer she adores her coach because "she was 100 percent real with me at all times. I'm proud of everybody. I'm proud of the season."
"I think it was such a strong season of incredible performances. I'm just grateful to be a part of it. The ride doesn't end here."
The Voice results from the Season 10 finale:
Fourth place: Laith Al-Saadi.
Third place: Hannah Huston.
Second place: Adam Wakefield
First place: Alisan Porter