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The Voice's Season 16 winner Maelyn Jarmon had a lot to be stressed about over the past couple months as each passing week could've meant the end of her run on the program. While she may have had some stress related to that, Jarmon told CinemaBlend that there was something else stressing her out a lot more: Season 8 of Game of Thrones.
As mentioned, The Voice's Maelyn Jarmon was glued to Game of Thrones like the rest of the world, despite the fact that a vast majority of viewers weren't competing in a life-changing singing competition. Obviously the stressful situation in Westeros didn't get in her head so much that it affected her performances, but the tension of the series apparently cut into some otherwise peaceful downtime she could've otherwise enjoyed.
That's all in the past though, and now Maelyn Jarmon can finally kick back and enjoy the final episode of Game of Thrones, which aired the night before the first night of The Voice's Season 16 finale. When asked to give her thoughts on what she believed happened in the finale, Jarmon revealed what she thought will and won't happen.
At the risk of spoiling Game of Thrones for anyone reading, we'll just let that comment stand as is. It's actually somewhat surprising to me that Maelyn Jarmon didn't pick Sansa, Dany, or Arya, considering winners on The Voice have been women for four seasons straight now. Jarmon, of course, is the latest lady to win it all, and is the first winner under coach John Legend.
So, with all this television talk, is there ever a chance Maelyn Jarmon could appear in a television series like Game of Thrones? Although Jarmon didn't speak to that specifically, she did say she is interested in having a career like coach (and sometimes disagreeable husband) John Legend in which she does a little bit of everything. Releasing albums is one thing, but that's not the only outlet a talented singer can get into professionally.
Maelyn Jarmon sounds like she's trying to join coach John Legend in obtaining EGOT status later in life. That's a lofty ambition, but it's doubtful anyone can argue she can't one day achieve that given her tremendous run on The Voice.