After a memorable second season of NBC's The Voice, filled with inspiring endeavors across the charts, a champion was finally chosen: Jermaine Paul.
The finale featured impressive performances from each remaining player. The final four includes Tony Lucca (representing Team Adam), Jermaine Paul (Team Blake), Juliet Simms (Team Cee Lo) and Chris Mann (Team Christina).
Jermaine kicked things off with "I Want You Back" by The Jackson 5 (with backup by former Voice contestants James Massone, Pip and Jamar Rogers). The performance was followed by Chris Mann singing "Bittersweet Symphony" by The Verve (with backup by Lindsey Pavao and Katrina Parker).
Afterwards, Juliet Simms performed Joel Cocker's incarnation of "With a Little Help from My Friends," written originally by The Beatles (with backup by Erin Willett, RaeLynn and Jamar Rogers). Finally, Tony Lucca gave a rendition of "Go Your Own Way" by Fleetwood Mac (with backup by Jordis Unga).
Celebrity performers included Flo Rida, Lady Antebellum and Justin Bieber.
In the final moments of the broadcast, Jermaine Paul was crowned the champion of The Voice Season 2. Juliet Simms took second place, while Tony Lucca took third and Chris Mann took fourth. Jermaine celebrated with an encore performance of R. Kelly's "I Believe I Can Fly." The talented performer's soulful voice and passionate stage presence is doubtlessly what clinched the win.