We have a winner!
Yes, Season 4 of The Voice has come to a close. Michelle Chamuel, Danielle Bradbery, and The Swon Brothers sang their little hearts out to force judges Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Usher, and Shakira to turn their chairs around over 28 episodes. But there can be only one winner. And that winner is...
Yep, the country crooner sang Patty Loveless, Pam Tillis, and Sara Evans in the finale to enter the hearts of heartland viewers and win it all. Chamuel, whose tastes were all over the musical map, singing everything from Taylor Swift to U2, came in second. And The Swon Brothers, who are maybe now realizing just how uncool The Eagles and Kenny Loggins — artists they covered during the finale — really are.
Happy with the results?
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"I was rehearsing for our Wembley Stadium show in London and we had a rehearsal space booked in this warehouse... in L.A. and I am literally singing Trouble... and Usher just walks in and he's like, 'We're shooting The Voice over there and my girl is doing your song'. It's a million to one... and I was just like, 'I don't have hair and makeup or anything but I'll do it'." Taylor Swift on her recent big surprise on The Voice in America, when she turned up unannounced as reality TV sensation Michelle Chamuel was prepping for her performance of the country singer's tune Trouble.
Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance on the U.S. version of TV talent show The Voice on Monday (03Jun13). The singer cleared her busy schedule to visit contestant Michelle Chamuel during a rehearsal session as she was performing Swift's hit song I Knew You Were Trouble.