SPOILER ALERT: The following post contains the results from Tuesday night’s Season 16 finale of “The Voice” on NBC:
Two nights after “American Idol” crowned its champion, “The Voice” wrapped up the show’s 16th season by unveiling its top singing sensation.
And the honor went to Maelyn Jarmon, who beat out Gyth Rigdon.
Dexter Roberts took third, while Andrew Sevener wound up fourth.
@maelynmusic CONGRATULATIONS MAELYN! Well deserved and earned. Thank you for gracing us with your BEAUTIFUL VOICE. YOU ARE THE VOICE!!
— Amber Elbert Mosley (@PaigEddieMosley) May 22, 2019
The finale was heavily weighted toward the country genre with three of the four singers — Gyth Rigdon, Dexter Roberts or Andrew Sevener — under the watch of coach Blake Shelton. Maelyn Jarmon was partnered with John Legend, while coaches Adam Levin and Kelly Clarkson were both out of the running.
On Monday night, the four finalists had three chances to make a last impression on voters, performing covers and original tunes, as well as duet with their coaches.
Tuesday’s two-hour finale featured performances by Taylor Swift, BTS, Jonas Brothers, Halsey, Khalid, OneRepublic, Travis Tritt, Hootie & the Blowfish and others.
(More to come)
Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment