The voice has crowned its 14th season!
After the star-studded finale on Tuesday – with performances by last season's winner, Chloe Kohanski, as well as Ryan Adams, Florence & The Machine, Dua Lipa, Kane Brown, James Bay and more – presenter Carson Daly announced the 15-year-old Brynn Cartelli, the recent finalist of Voice story, as a winner!
"I know she just turned 15 a few weeks ago, but what's cool for me is that we have a daughter who is 17 and she's much older than her actual age – she is very smart, very funny, very grown up – and Brynn is very similar to that, "Cartelli coach Kelly Clarkson told reporters after the show on Monday, where the couple performed a duet with Crowded House" Do not Dream It's Over ". "She's a very old soul, so I think that's one thing she has goes for it."
The young singer Clarkson has made a winner during her first coaching season on The Voice also starred in Adele's James Bond hit "Skyfall" on Monday and appeared on Tuesday with Julia Michaels "Issues" and "Jump" and their original radio-based song "Walk My Way".
"My advice is to make this first single so solid that it will be that bridge until the next project or their full album," Clarkson Cartelli added. "The crazy thing about Brynn is even being in the studio with her and talking about videos or her project ̵
Clarkson, however, was less sure if his colleague Blake Shelton would pay the bet they had made first, season of The vote. Earlier this year, friends and fellow artists bet that if Clarkson's artist had won, Shelton would have to call her "Queen Kelly Clarkson."
"Oh girl, do not think I'm not waiting, I have not checked my phone, but I'm holding him," Clarkson told ET at the press conference after Cartelli's victory. "Alicia and I were so funny in the end, we were like … no matter, one woman [coach] comes out here as the winner, and it was really Alicia and me just to beat the cowboy, so, success!"  So how long will Shelton have to call her "Queen Kelly"?
"All next season, I think," Clarkson said, laughing. "I'm just kidding, he will not even say it, he will not follow."
Earlier this month, Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson revealed that they will return to the spinning chairs in Season 15, while Levine recently opened ET on how long he'll be on the show – and what mentors aspiring artists taught him have over parenting.
"You realize that you have things that you can share with others," he reflects. "It's not as paternal as, you realize your whole life, that you've lived to this point, you have things to think about, and you help people who come along, that's cool, and I think that helps certainly." with parenting, somehow.
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