The Voice has named its Season 4 winner! Check out all the highlights that include the crowning moment, plus stunning performances from Cher, Florida Georgia Line, Nelly, Christina Aguilera and more!
The New Season 4 Champion
As Michele Chamuel, Danielle Bradbery and The Swon Brothers stand by nervously, Carson announces the winner of The Voice Season 4.
Cher: “Woman’s World”
Cher returns to the live stage for the first time in 12 years, performing “Woman’s World.”
Pitbull and Christina Aguilera: “Feel This Moment”
Christina returns to the Voice stage to team up with Pitbull on “Feel This Moment.”
Florida Georgia Line and Nelly: “Cruise”
Florida Georgia Line and Nelly fire up the crowd with a rousing take on “Cruise.”
Bruno Mars: “Treasure”
Bruno Mars takes The Voice stage to perform his latest, “Treasure.”
Amber, Holly, Justin and The Swon Brothers: “Stars Tonight”
Zach and Colton reunite with Amber Carrington, Holly Tucker and Justin Rivers to sing “Stars Tonight.”
Michelle Chamuel and OneRepublic: “Counting Stars”
Michelle connects with Ryan Tedder and OneRepublic on their latest, “Counting Stars.”
Josiah, Vedo, Kris, Garret and Holly: “Ain’t Too Proud to Be”
Josiah Hawley, Vedo, Kris Thomas and Garrett Gardner are joined by Holly Tucker on sax for a rollicking version of “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg.
Danielle, Amber, Sarah and Caroline: “All-American Girl”
Danielle Bradbery joins Amber Carrington, Sarah Simmons and Caroline Glaser on “All-American Girl.”
The Swon Brothers and Bob Seger: “Night Moves”
Zach and Colton join one of their heroes, Bob Seger, on his classic “Night Moves.”
Cathia, Sasha and Judith: “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It)”
Cathia, Sasha Allen and Judith Hill team up for a memorable take on En Vogue’s “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It).”
Danielle Bradbery and Hunter Hayes: “I Want Crazy”
Danielle joins Hunter Hayes on his “I Want Crazy.”
Michelle, Vedo, Cathia and Josiah: “We Can Work It Out”
Finalist Michelle Chamuel is joined by Vedo, Cathia and Josiah Hawley on The Beatles’ “We Can Work It Out.”
Blake OutUshers Usher
Blake Shelton takes a page from Usher’s playbook and writes one of his own.
Bro-mance On the Rocks?
Through four seasons, Blake and Adam’s friendship has been tested but remains true.