Belt it out! The Voice wrapped up its 10th season on Tuesday, May 24, crowning its latest victor at the end of a star-studded finale.
The NBC competition series’ final season 10 episode began with four performers remaining in the hunt for the title: Laith Al-Saadi of Team Adam Levine; Adam Wakefield, from Blake Shelton‘s tutelage; Alisan Porter, from Christina Aguilera‘s team; and Pharrell Williams‘ Hannah Huston.
The episode was loaded with high-wattage guest performers. Little Big Town kicked off the night, followed by former coach CeeLo Green duetting with Huston, Al-Saadi singing with Joe Walsh, Wakefield teaming with Alison Krauss and Porter performing with Jennifer Nettles. Also performing were Sia, Zayn and Ariana Grande.
The winner was Porter, with Wakefield taking second, Huston landing in third and Al-Saadi nabbing fourth. This marked Aguilera’s first win, not to mention the first victory for a female coach on the show.
For Us Weekly‘s exclusive interview with Porter, in which she says she’s “so grateful,” click here.
On Monday’s first part of the finale, each remaining contestant performed a solo song, a duet tune with their coach and an original song. Al-Saadi sang Cream’s “White Room,” “Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End” with Levine and “Morning Light.” Wakefield’s choices were Vince Gill‘s “When I Call Your Name,” “The Conversation” with Shelton and “Lonesome Broken and Blue.” Porter performed West Side Story’s “Somewhere,” “You’ve Got a Friend” with Aguilera and “Down That Road,” while Huston’s tunes were The Police’s “Every Breath You Take,” “Brand New” with Williams and “I Call the Shots.”
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