Sawyer Fredericks on The Voice: Watch His Performances!

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Sawyer Fredericks has done it, folks.

On a finale of The Voice that included the coaches paying tribute to B.B. King and Christina Aguilera doing amazing impressions of her fellow superstar singers, the most pressing development, of course, was this:

Fredericks overtook finalists Meghan Linsey, Joshua Davis and Koryn Hawthorne to be crowned Season 8 champion.

The folk singer was the youngest contestant of the season, but many still considered him the favorite from the get-go, ever since he first took the stage to sing Soggy Bottom Boys' "I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow" for his blind audition.

Which other covers and performances stood out? Relive some of Sawyer's very best below:

1. Sawyer Fredericks on The Voice

Sawyer Fredericks wins! Sawyer Fredericks wins! This teenager proved time and again throughout The Voice Season 8 that he has serious pipes and a great personality.

2. Sawyer Fredericks - For What It's Worth (The Voice)

Sawyer Fredericks sings his dedication song, "For What It's Worth" by Buffalo Springfield.

3. Sawyer Fredericks - A Thousand Years (The Voice)

Sawyer Fredericks sings the song chosen for him by coach Pharrell, "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri.

4. Sawyer Fredericks - Please (The Voice Finale)

Looking for America's finale votes, Sawyer Fredericks absolutely nails his original song, "Please" on The Voice Season 8.

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