Blake Shelton got a pretty big present for his 37th birthday last night when Team Blake’s Danielle Bradbury won Season 4 of The Voice on NBC. This marks Shelton’s third consecutive win on the show after he won last season with Cassadee Pope and Season 2 with Jermaine Paul. The finalists in the competition were Bradbury and The Swon Brothers, both from Team Blake, as well as Michelle Chamuel from Team Usher. At only 16-years old, Danielle became the youngest contestant to win on The Voice and she will receive a recording contract. After her win, Bradbury was overcome with emotion and said, “I’m so thankful. I’m sorry…I’m speechless.”
The show featured many guest appearances including Pitbull and Christina Aguilera who performed “Feel This Moment”. One Republic joined Michelle Chamuel on stage to sing “Counting Stars”. Florida Georgia Line performed “Cruise” with Nelly. Bob Seger performed “Night Moves” with the Swon Brothers and Bruno Mars performed “Treasure”. Hunter Hayes and Danielle Bradbery performed “I Want Crazy” and Cher performed “Womans World”.