'The Voice' Finale Recap: Season 6 Winner Named
Who took the title: Jake Worthington, Josh Kaufman or Christina Grimmie? And did Adam Levine or Blake Shelton win again, or did Usher nab a championship?
After weeks of competition, the sixth season of The Voice was trimmed down to Blake Shelton's country teen Jake Worthington, Usher's soul man Josh Kaufman and Adam Levine's YouTube star Christina Grimmie.
All three comeback kids performed their last competition songs on Monday night, and the winner was named on Tuesday -- without any kind of Twitter vote.
Before facing their fate, each of the top 3 finalists touted two performances: a duet with a special guest and a "bring back" performance some of the season's favorite contenders.
Worthington took the stage with Alabama for "Mountain Music," and sang Kenny Chesney's "Summertime" with Kat Perkins, Audra McLaughlin, Kristen Merlin, Ryan Whyte Maloney and Morgan Wallen.
Grimmie performed with Ed Sheeran for a stripped-down rendition of "All of the Lights," and reunited with Bria Kelly, Tess Boyer and Jake Barker for Lorde's "Team."
Kaufman sang "Get Her Back" with Robin Thicke and brought back TJ Wilkins, Stevie Jo and Sisaundra Lewis for "Am I Wrong" by Nico & Vinz.
Top 20 male singers Wallen, Jo, Barker, Delvin Choice and Patrick Thomson also sang Hall & Oates' "She's Gone," and female finalists Boyer, Dani Moz, Deja Hall, Madilyn Paige and Melissa Jimenez sang Rihanna's "Umbrella."
Even more so, the star-studded episode began with in-house songwriter Ryan Tedder's OneRepublic single "Love Runs Out." Justin Moore also stopped by to sing "Lettin' the Night Roll,' Tim McGraw touted "City Lights," Coldplay introduced their new single "With a Sky Full of Stars," and Sheeran performed "Sing."
After last words from the top three singers, the season six winner was finally named: Kaufman. Worthington came in second place, and Grimmie came in third. Kaufman's victory means that Usher nabbed his first Voice coach victory as well.
What do you think of the season six championship? Who should've won instead? Sound off in the comments below.
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