The final three took the stage for The Voice Season 4 Finale but in the end Blake Shelton’s contestant Danielle Bradbery was named The Voice, making it Blake’s third win as a judge!
The night opened with judges Shakira, Blake Shelton, Usher, and Adam Levine performing The Beatles With a Little Help From My Friends. The coaches also joined the Top 16 for Home by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes.
As for the contestants, The Swon Brothers- Zach & Colton- sang “defining moment” choice Danny’s Song by Loggins and Messina, followed by Celebrity by Brad Paisely, and the Eagles’ Seven Bridges Road. Michelle Chamuel reprised her performance of Taylor Swift’s I Knew You Were Trouble, dueted with coach Usher to U2’s One, and chose Why by Annie Lennox for her new selection accompanied by a pre-recorded version of herself in a mirror that was not to miss! Danielle Bradbery’s “defining moment” was an even better version of Maybe it was Memphis by Pam Tillis. She than sang Timber I’m Falling in Love with her coach Blake Shelton and finished off the night with a pitch perfect Born to Fly by Sara Evans.
The guest performances were equally exciting and included former judge (who is returning next season) Christina Aguilera alongside Pitbull (to “Feel This Moment”), Bruno Mars (“Treasure”), Florida Georgia Line with Nelly (“Cruise”), Hunter Hayes (“I Want Crazy”), and Bob Seger (“Night Moves”). But the stand out performance of the night was Cher, in her first televised moment on stage in over a decade! She sang her newest single “Women’s World,” off her upcoming album of the same name.
We caught up with the coaches, contestants, performers, and of course this year’s winner Danielle Bradbery on the red carpet after the show. Check out our video to learn what these stars thought of the final performances!