Season 20 of The Voice has officially wrapped with the crowning of a new champion. Cam Anthony of Team Blake took home the coveted title during Tuesday night’s finale.
The results weren’t a huge surprise as Anthony has been considered a front-runner throughout the season. During his Blind Audition, the 19-year-old from Philadelphia performed Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down” and earned a three-chair turn. Anthony chose Blake Shelton as his coach after Blake promised that he wouldn’t add anyone else to his team who would compete with Anthony’s style musically. And, Blake kept his promised and earned himself his 8th win out of 20 seasons, holding onto his title as winningest coach on The Voice.
Kenzie Wheeler claimed the runner-up spot, giving Cam a run for his money with a beautiful duet with his coach Kelly Clarkson on Keith Whitley’s hit “When You Say Nothing At All.” Wheeler was one of the lucky few to earn a four-chair turn with his Blind Audition with Keith Whitley’s “Don’t Close Your Eyes.”
Team Blake’s Jordan Matthew Young ended his Voice run with an impressive third place finish, followed by Rachel Mac in fourth and Victor Solomon in fifth.
Congratulations to Cam Anthony and his coach Blake Shelton on a well-deserved win!
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