Danielle Bradbery Wins ‘The Voice’ Season 4, Blake Shelton Nabs a Threepeat
It was a threepeat -- and on his birthday! Coach Blake Shelton won his third season in a row of 'The Voice' Tuesday (June 18), as his team member, 16-year-old Danielle Bradbery, nabbed the big win! That's right. Texas girl Bradbery won Season 4. What a birthday present for Papa Bear Blake!
Bradbery was the odds-on favorite, according to the bet-makers in Vegas who predicted she'd notch the win. She beat out Oklahoma duo the Swon Brothers, who were the first pair to make it to the finals in the show's history. The Bros. were also part of Team Blake, and they placed third.
Bradbery beat out quirky singer Michelle Chamuel to take the crown. The young star won America's collective heart with her God-given ability to sing country music and her sweet and wholesome nature. Shelton helped 'usher' -- pun intended, as Chamuel was a Team Usher contestant -- the teen in with smart song choices that helped her beat out her fellow competitors each and every week.
We expect to see and hear a lot more from Bradbery in the future. If she's this talented at 16, imagine her at 20? Or 26? We can't even begin to ...
Congrats again to Danielle Bradbery and Team Blake Shelton on the big win. This likely means that every contestant will want to be picked by Shelton during Season 5's blind auditions.