'The Voice' Announces Season 14 Winner Amid Show Controversy
Brynn Cartelli has official been marked the season 14 winner of The Voice!
This Tuesday, the 15-year-old beauty made history when she took home the prize as the youngest series victor in history!
Cartelli's win was also a victory first-time coach Kelly Clarkson — who earlier this month announced she would be returning for another season of the musical show.
"Kelly behind the scenes is the same way you see her on camera. She is hilarious. She's really real and caring. I've always looked up to her and now that I can get advice from her, it's incredible," Cartelli said after the exciting finale.
"I'm gonna be Brynn's big sis for life. One just because I love her parents. We would totally barbeque. She's kind of stuck with me regardless if she desires it or not," joked a happy Clarkson, 36. "I love being her friend, I love being her mentor and being her cheerleader."
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Clarkson signed a multi-million-dollar contract with The Voice in 2017. While she, in part, owes her fame to American Idol, the blonde bombshell has declared her loyalty to NBC's hit show — after all, American Idol's ratings have only plummeted since its 2018 comeback.
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Of course, The Voice has not been without its own internal drama. As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Christina Aguilera has bashed the show various times, saying is more about appearances than music, and she will never return.
A RadarOnline.com source, however, claimed Aguilera, 37, is only bitter because she was replaced by Miley Cyrus!
What do you think of the season 14 winner and finale? Are you ready for another dramatic season? Sound off below.
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