Chalk up another win for Team Blake. During last night’s finale of the fourth season of The Voice, it was an artist on Blake’s team, Danielle Bradbery, who walked away the winner. This marked Blake’s third win in a row on the show.
The 16-year-old country singer performed Hunter Hayes‘ latest single “I Want Crazy” alongside Hayes himself. Afterwards, she thanked her coach for all his help.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the best @blakeshelton Team Blake is like a family and we love ya coach!!!! Thank you for everything!!
— Danielle Bradbery (@DBradbery) June 18, 2013
Shelton (who turned 37 yesterday) shared his excitement as well. His, of course, had a few more expletives.
The finale also included a slew of high-profile performances from artists such as Cher (her first time performing in five years), Florida Georgia Line with Nelly, Bob Seger, OneRepublic, Bruno Mars, and Pitbull with Christina Aguilera (who’s returning to her judge’s chair next season).
It was Cher’s performance in particular that proved to be one of the night’s focal points. She debuted her new single, “Woman’s World,” off her upcoming album Closer To The Truth (out September 24). The upcoming release will be her first in 12 years.