The Voice's two-hour season finale aired Tuesday evening, with Michelle Chamuel, Danielle Bradbery, and Zach and Colton Swon all in the running for the coveted crown.
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"I'm so thankful … I'm sorry, I'm speechless," the Cypress, Texas native, 16, said after she won.
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"I feel like I could start off making a single," the country crooner said. "I could start off really small, but then eventually get bigger."
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Danielle, in a subsequent interview, told USA Today she was in a state of shock when her name was announced as the winner.
"It's going to take a while to sink in, but I'm just embracing the moment while it's here."
Chamuel, who was on Usher's team, finished second, and the Swon Brothers, mentored by Shelton, took third place.
Danielle's mentor Blake said her win on the show is just the beginning of what he expects to be a long and lasting country career.
"I see us standing here talking about her 20 years from now," the hunky singer said. "And I wouldn't say that with this confidence about anybody else that's ever been on this show.
"Danielle Bradbery is a gift to the music industry, and definitely a gift to The Voice."
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