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HOLLYWOOD, California (NBC) — America’s “Voice” has been heard, and NBC’s singing competition series crowned a new champion last night.
It came down to a pop rocker from Massachusetts and a country siren from Texas.
In the end Danielle Bradbery took home the top prize.
The 16-year-old had rarely performed in public before her “Voice” audition.
Bradbery became the show’s youngest winner.
“We were both shaking and when they called my name I just wanted to drop to the floor. I did not know what to do. It’s amazing,” she said after her win.
Runner-up Michelle Chamuel was just as impressed by the winner.
“She is so gifted, so talented, so kind. I’m really excited to see what she does,” Chamuel said.
Opportunities likely await Chamuel, along with third place finishers The Swon Brothers.
The finalists all won cars, even though Bradbery doesn’t have her driver’s license Yet.
She says she plans to take care of that soon, now that she’s finished with “The Voice”.