Sixteen year old Texas native, Danielle Bradbery, was crowned the winner of season four of NBC's The Voice last night. Tears (and confetti) came pouring down at the announcement of Team Blake's victory. This is coach Blake Shelton's third win on The Voice.
This win was well-deserved! At only sixteen, Bradbery has the voice of an angel with no prior experience before auditioning for The Voice. In fact, her first real performance was at The Voice auditions when she sang Taylor Swift's "Mean" for the four coaches. Since then, with every live performance, Bradbery has won over millions of hearts nationwide with her natural abilities and courage. She's even inspired me and made me look at things a bit differently. Sometimes, true talent shoves the "no experience" label down to a place where it doesn't matter anymore. This girl is right at home up on that stage and there's no way anyone can tell her that her "lack of experience" is going to hold her back!
Team Blake's The Swon Brothers came in at third place while Team Usher's Michelle Chamuel (pictured below with Bradbery) came in second.
Congratulations, Danielle! Here's to a long, successful career in country music! Taylor Swift, watch out! ;)
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