'The Voice' Season 4 Winner Is...Danielle Bradbery!

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'The Voice' winner is Danielle Bradbery. Michelle Chamuel came in second and the Swon Brothers came in third. The winner was announced during the live season finale. This season, we've watched as Michelle Chamuel, Danielle Bradbery and the Swon Brothers were saved by the judges week after week.

Then, when it came time for America to choose who got to continue in the competition, the three of them continued to rise above the rest.

Now that all has been said and done, America finally had to decide not who would make it to the next show, but who would be the sole winner of season four of The Voice.

So, at the end of the two hour live finale, which one was left standing?

Before the winner was announced, the contestants took the stage one last time. Michelle Chamuel performed with One Republic, while the Swon Brothers performed with Bob Seger and Danielle Bradbery performed with Hunter Hayes (which set the Twitterverse on fire!)

We also got to see performances from Bruno Mars, Christina Aguilera and Pitbull, Cher and Florida Georgia Line as well as songs from some of the former contestants who came back for the big night.

Then, it was finally time to announce the winner... and Danielle Bradbery was crowned The Voice season four champion, which means the 16-year old just scored herself a recording contract AND a $100,000 cash prize!

This is the third consecutive win for coach Blake Shelton who won with Cassadee Pope last year and Jermaine Paul the year before.

Congratulations to Blake and Danielle on their big win!

Were you surprised by the results?



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