AceShowbiz - All those practices and performances culminated in the Finale Part 2 of "The Voice" season 15, which aired on Tuesday night, December 18. On Monday night, the remaining contestants, Chris Kroeze and Kirk Jay of Team Blake Shelton, Chevel Shepherd of Team Kelly Clarkson and Kennedy Holmes of Team Jennifer Hudson, had performed in hopes of getting people's votes to win the competition.
The final results show opened with a duet from Kennedy and Kelly Rowland, who sang the latter's hit "When Love Takes Over". Adam Levine, who watched the finale from the sidelines after his last two contestants were eliminated last week, said he was blown away by Kennedy's performance of "Confident" on Monday night, but he couldn't pick a winner.
Marshmello and Bastille were among the musical performers that night, singing their hit "Happier". Kirk's dream came true when he teamed up with the group who inspired him to sing country music, Rascall Flatts, for a rendition of "Back to Life".
Eliminated contestants, DeAndre Nico, MaKenzie Thomas, Patrique Fortson and Kymberli Joye returned to the stage to collaborate on "Declaration (This is It!)". Next, Chris was joined by The Doobie Brothers to sing "Long Train Runnin' " which Chris had performed earlier this season.
Season 14's winner Brynn Cartelli returned to the show to sing her new single "Last Night's Mascara", followed by a performance of "Hey Look Ma, I Made It" by Panic At the Disco. More eliminated contestants, Abby Cates, Reagan Strange and Sarah Grace, teamed up to perform Lady GaGa's hit "Million Reason".
John Legend and jazz superstar Esperanza Spalding spread holiday spirit with a performance of "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas", before coaches Jennifer and Kelly joined forces for the Christmas classic "O Holy Night". Chevel later joined Dan + Shay to perform the group's hit "Speechless".
After performances by Dierks Bentley and Halsey, the results were finally announced. Kennedy Holmes finished in the fourth place and Kirk Jay was in the third place, leaving Chris Kroeze and Chevel Shepherd vying for the winning title. Chevel eventually took the crown, bringing a back-to-back win for Kelly Clarkson.
The 16-year-old girl from Farmington, New Mexico impressed everyone since the beginning of the show with her sweet charm and a Dolly Parton-style twang. She won $100,000 and a recording contract with Universal Music Group.