The voice has crowned its season 24 champion!
After an impressive season, which featured the most four-chair turns in the show's history, a winner was chosen through fan votes.
And that winner is… hunley!
The rocker father of two became his coach, Niall Horanback-to-back champion in just his second season on the show, taking home the crown after a series of impressive performances.
After landing a four-chair turn during the blind auditions for his cover of “She Talks to Angels,” there was no rest for the talented performer, who won his battle with Hootie and the Blowfish's “Hold My Hand” and his knockout with “Dead or Alive” by Bon Jovi.
After his playoff performance of David Kushner's “Daylight,” it was a no-brainer for Niall, who chose him as the first singer to move on to live shows.
“Huntley has a very individual tone of voice,” the proud coach said during his Playoff cuts. “He's a machine on stage, an incredible performer. There aren't many voices like his and there's a real place for him in our industry.”
ET spoke with the coaches on the red carpet ahead of this season's first live show, and they all marveled at the variety of talent they've seen on the show this year.
“The talent this year has been across the board – all our teams are pretty crazy,” praised Niall. “The voices I have this year are some of the best singers I've ever heard.”
John Legend agreed, saying, “The depth of talent this season is better than I've seen on this show since I've been here.”
“This is my eighth season and I've never seen this level of quality across the board,” he continued. “I'm very impressed with our artists this year.”
“I have some amazing singers, and I think it's going to come down to at this point people starting to fall in love with not just the voice, but the person,” Gwen Stefani shared. “It's ridiculous this season. I know we say that every season and it always feels that way, but this one has a particularly difficult task.”
“I really couldn't tell you (who might win),” Reba agreed.
The voice returns for season 25 in February 2024.
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