‘The Voice’: How Season 21 Winner Made History

by Hannah Heser
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“The Voice” season 21 has officially came to an end. The group, “Girl Named Tom“, who is a member of Kelly Clarkson’s team takes the winning lead. They have made history with the first group of artists to ever win the competition in its ten-year run.

Now, Kelly Clarkson has won four out of the eight seasons as a vocal coach on the show. This gives her an impressive 50% win rate.

Going into the Finale on The Voice

As the finale arrives, Girl Named Tom has already made history. They are the first trio to make it to the finale and the first artists on the show to have four songs on the iTunes Top 10 at the same time.

Before this band came on the show, only one other group made it to the finale of “The Voice,” the Swon brothers. They are from Blake Shelton’s team on season 4 and placed third in the competition.

While the show was still going on, Kelly Clarkson was focused on Girl Named Tom’s future.

“I’m so happy you picked me as your coach. I love your harmonies. I think you’ve done amazing things that they said on iTunes so far. You have such a huge fan base behind you. Let’s capitalize on that, let’s keep it going, all right? Because I am Team GNT forever,” Kelly tells them.

All the way from Ohio, the siblings stunned the coaches, as well as America with their harmonies. Their songs from “The Voice” performances are currently on Apple Music and Spotify for you to enjoy.

During the finale, they sang Leave Before You Love Me with their talented coach, Kelly. It is a beautiful performance and they all stole the audience’s hearts.

The Other Results of the Show

Afterward, Wendy Moten with Team Blake Shelton takes second place honors. Another contestant with Team Blake, Paris Winningham, takes third, Hailey Mia with Kelly Clarkson takes fourth, and Jershika Maple with John Legend takes fifth.

During this season, each aspiring artist put in a lot of hard work and dedication. Even though not everyone can win the competition, they still won the best experience of their lives. This is the start of something amazing, and it’s all up from here now.

Part 2 of the finale is for pure celebration while the show welcomes a number of celebrities. Ariana Grande, the first-year coach and Kid Cudi perform their song, Just Look Up live for the first time. John Legend also takes the stage with country artist, Carrie Underwood to perform their duet, Hallelujah.

The finale episode also welcomes back some old familiar faces. For example, former coach Alicia Keys appears to sing her new song, Old Memories and Ed Sheeran, this season’s mega mentor returns to the stage with his Shivers single.

No word for season 22 of ‘The Voice’ has been announced yet. But hopefully, the same four coaches will return.

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