It all comes down to this…
It’s the grand finale for season 17 of “The Voice” and at the end of the two hour gala event, a new winner will be crowned “The Voice”.
Even as the show began, Ricky Duran held the number one spot on the iTunes overall chart with his original single “A Woman Like Her”. Jake Hoot and coach Kelly Clarkson, Katie Kadan, Jake Hoot with his original single “Better Off Without You”, Jake Hoot’s performance of “Amazed”, and Katie Kadan’s performance of “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” all ranked in the top 10 of the iTunes overall chart. Six more “The Voice” performances charted in the top 40 of the iTunes overall singles chart.
Alex, Will, Max and Shane get the night started off with a rousing rendition of “Give Me Some Lovin’”.
The Grammy Award winning Country music trio Lady Antebellum take the stage to perform their new hit song “What If I Never Get Over You?”
The Black Eyed Peas take the stage with J Balvin with the dance group Illuminate for a performance.
Katie Kaden joins Adam Lambert for a performance of the Cher hit “Believe” and brought the coaches to their feet.
Rose Short joins Gospel legend Yolanda Adams for the Gospel song “In the Midst of it All”.
Kat, Marybeth, Gracee, and Cali joined up for a performance of “Neon Moon”.
Grammy Award winning British artist Dua Lipa takes the stage to perform her latest hit “Don’t Stop Now”.
Ricky Duran takes the stage with his idol, Grammy Award winning Blues artist Gary Clark Jr and brought the house to their feet.
Host Carson Daly announces that “The Voice” is ready to audition the next season of singers and invites singing hopefuls to go on the website to learn how and where to audition.
Season 16 “The Voice” winner Maelynn returns to “The Voice” stage for a performance of the Christmas classic “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”.
Jake Hoot joins the award winning Country music group Little Big Town for a performance of their new single “Over Drinking”.
Award winning performer and former “The Voice” coach Jennifer Hudson takes the stage for the first live performance of “Memory” from the new “Cats” movie.
Hello Sunday, Joana, and Myracle join forces for a performance of “Keep Me Hanging On”.
Country music star Luke Combs takes the stage for a performance of his number hit “Even Though I’m Leaving”.
And finally the time has arrived to reveal the final results of the season…
The singer in fourth place is Rose Short from Team Gwen.
The singer in third place is Katie Kaden of Team Legend.
It’s down to the guys – Ricky and Jake.
And the final results…and winner of season 17 on “The Voice is….
Kelly was the only coach to turn her chair for Jake and earned herself her third “The Voice” win in four seasons.