Michelle Chamuel was extremely gracious about her second place finish to Danielle Bradbery on 'The Voice' finale. See what she just tweeted to Danielle and what she said about her plans for the future. We'll admit it, our hearts broke a little when Usher's contestant Michelle Chamuel didn't win The Voice last night. But, we're still really happy for Danielle Bradbery and it looks like Michelle is, too.
A lot of the coaches had commented about how graceful and humble Michelle was, but we got to see it firsthand when it was announced that Danielle was the winner and Michelle couldn't have been more pumped for her fellow contestant.
Michelle immediately gave Danielle a huge hug and threw her arms up in the air, encouraging the audience to continue to scream and yell for Danielle.
In fact, instead of being sad about winning, Michelle seemed just as happy about Danielle's victory as she was!
After the dust had settled last night, Michelle took to her Twitter to again demonstrate her incredible character as she congratulated Danielle AND fellow finalists, the Swon Brothers, writing, "CONGRATS @DBradbery and @TheSwonBrothers! You are hard-working, gracious, caring, and talented finale-mates. So excited for what's to come!"
Not wanting to ignore the many fans that voted for her, Michelle also wrote, "This has been one of the best and most rewarding experiences of my life. From my entire being - thank you for making it possible," and teased that she will be keeping us posted about "new music on the horizon"!
We can't wait to see what she has in store for us!
Do you think Usher will continue to work with Michelle now that the show is over?