Chloe Kohanski Wins ‘The Voice’ Season 13

Team Blake claimed the prize in the NBC singing competition’s Tuesday live finale

The Voice - Season 13
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(Spoiler alert: Please do not read on if you haven’t watched Monday’s finale of “The Voice”)

NBC’s “The Voice” crowned it’s newest champion Tuesday night as Season 13 of the hit singing competition came to a close. The winner: Team Blake’s Chloe Kohanski.

Kohanski was one of four finalists at the top of the finale, alongside Addison Agen from Team Adam, fellow Team Blake member Red Marlow, and Brooke Simpson from Team Miley.

Each of the final eight contestants teamed up with established acts for a duet during the live episode, giving the Top 4 one last shot to perform before a winner was named. Agen performed “Don’t Know Why” with Norah Jones, Kohanski performed “White Wedding” with Billy Idol, Marlow performed “When I Call Your Name” with Vince Gill, and Simpson performed “Titanium” with Sia.

Here’s Kohanski’s performance alongside Idol.

Kelly Clarkson, who will join Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys as a judge for Season 14 next year, also took to the stage to perform the song “Medicine” off her most recent studio album, “Meaning of Life.”

Other performances included Demi Lovato doing the title track off her 2017 album “Tell Me You Love Me,” Pharrell Williams’s rock band N.E.R.D. performing their comeback single “Lemon,” Charlie Puth’s new single “How Long,” and a Christmas-themed solo performance from Sia.