"The Voice" threw a stars-filled show to mark the end of season 4 on Tuesday, June 18. From veteran singer Cher to rising star Hunter Hayes, all took the stage of the singing competition show while the top 3 contestants, the coaches and viewers were waiting to find out the winner.
Christina Aguilera, who is confirmed to return as a coach along with Cee-Lo Green in season 5, performed "Feel This Moment" with Pitbull. OneRepublic teamed up with Michelle Chamuel for a performance of "Counting Stars", while Florida Georgia Line is joined by Nelly when singing "Cruise".
Bruno Mars made the night merrier with his performance of disco song "Treasure", while The Swon Brothers got a chance to duet with Bob Seger in "Night Moves". Hunter Hayes got help from Danielle Bradbery to deliver his new song "I Want Crazy", and Cher further pumped up the crowd with "Woman's World", before Carson Daly announced the final results.
Danielle Bradbery was declared the winner, marking the third time in a row Team Blake Shelton ruled the competition. It's a perfect gift for the country music crooner who celebrated his 37th birhday that night. Danielle's victory was also quite predictable as she has had some of her songs entering the top 10 of iTunes chart.
The runner-up place went to Michelle Chamuel of Team Usher while Blake's other protege, The Swon Brothers, finished third. Danielle struggled to sing "Born to Fly" as her victory song while overwhelmed with emotion. Shakira hugged the 16-year-old girl, who cried tears of happiness.