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Spoilers ahead for the Season 14 finale of The Voice.
Another season of The Voice has come to an end. Season 14 featured some of the best and brightest singers of the series to date as they tried to make their big break into the music biz with the help of their coaches. Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys, and Kelly Clarkson were the coaches for Season 14, and it's been a wild ride to see them attempt to guide singers toward a Voice victory. The finalists in Season 14 were Spensha Baker from Team Blake, Britton Buchanan from Team Alicia, Brynn Cartelli from Team Kelly, and Kyla Jade from Team Blake. (Yes, Adam Levine was without a contestant in the finale.) Well, the results are in, and we now know who can claim the title of The Voice Season 14 champion: Brynn Cartelli.
The first of the finalists to be eliminated was Spensha Baker, who came in fourth place. Coming in third was Kyla Jade, whose elimination meant that both of the contestants left on Team Blake were out of the running for the top prize. It was down to Britton Buchanan and young Brynn Cartelli. Finally, in the last few minutes of the episode, Brynn Cartelli got the very good news. She is the latest champion of The Voice. Congrats, Brynn!
Of course, given that The Voice finale was a two-hour affair, there was a lot of airtime to kill before host Carson Daly could make the big announcement of the winner. As usual, the show brought back contestants that were eliminated earlier in the season to strut their stuff on the stage once more, along with Season 13 winner Chloe Kohanski. Jennifer Hudson delivered a showstopping performance that undoubtedly delighted longtime Voice fans who have missed her as a coach. The finale also featured appearances and performances from Florence and the Machine, Ryan Adams, Julia Michaels, James Bay, and Kane Brown. The finale was a fun event for viewers who wanted a full experience of music; it was probably less thrilling for viewers who just wanted to know the results. The first elimination didn't occur until only ten minutes were left.
While fans may be bummed that The Voice is done for the time being, there's no need to worry that the show won't be back. NBC has already renewed the series for Season 15, which will premiere in the fall. Blake Shelton and Adam Levine will be back yet again, and fellow Season 14 coach Kelly Clarkson is sticking around as well. The biggest news for Season 15 at this point is that Season 13 coach Jennifer Hudson will return.
Stay tuned to CinemaBlend for the latest in TV and Movies news. Although fans will have to wait until the fall for more of The Voice, there are plenty of viewing options before then. For what will be available on the small screen in the not-too-distant future, check out our summer TV premiere guide. If streaming is more your style, we can help you out with our 2018 Netflix premiere schedule and our 2018 Amazon Prime schedule.