Blake Shelton Coaches 3rd Straight ‘The Voice’ Champ as Danielle Bradbery Wins Season 4
16-year old country singer and Cypress, Texas native Danielle Bradbery gave Blake Shelton his third straight coaching victory on the NBC TV Show 'The Voice'. Shelton, who had two acts in the top three, coached Bradbery to the crown over Team Usher representative Michelle Chamuel and the Swon Brothers, who finished 2nd and 3rd, respectively.
Bradbery was voted the winner of Season 4 on the strength of her final performances on Monday night (6/17), which included a duet with Shelton to Patty Loveless' 'Timber I'm Falling In Love', a version of Pam Tillis' 'Maybe it Was Memphis', and wrapping up by doing a fantastic version of Sara Evans' 'Born to Fly'. Watch it here:
Christina Aguilera, who took Season 4 off but will return to coaching duties for Season 5 after a season away, performed her hit 'Feel This Moment' with rapper Pitbull to open the show. Pop star Bruno Mars also entertained for the finale, singing his latest hit single, 'Treasure'. Music legend Cher proved she still has the ability to wow a crowd as she world premiered her new single 'A Woman's World', closing out the performances by non-contestants.
Florida-Georga Line did the crossover R&B version of their hit song 'Cruise' with Nelly, but the country music highlight of the night, Bradbery joined Hunter Hayes to sing his song 'I Want Crazy'. Check it out here: