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‘The Voice’ Crowns Season 14 Winner

Chloe Kohanski is no longer NBC’s reigning champ

(Spoiler alert: Please do not read this post if you would rather not know who won Season 14 of NBC’s “The Voice”)

“The Voice” has crowned a champion for Season 14: Congratulations to Brynn Cartelli from Team Kelly!

At just 15, the singer is the youngest winner in the show’s history and will celebrate with $100,000 in prize money and a record deal with Universal Music Group.

The competition cut down to the Final 4 last week, leaving Team Adam out of the running. With both Spensha Baker and Kyla Jade, Blake Shelton had 50 percent of the remaining competitors. Kelly Clarkson had Cartelli in the running, while Alicia Keys repped the lone dude standing, Britton Buchanan.

Next season, Clarkson is returning and so is Season 13 judge Jennifer Hudson. The “Dreamgirls” star effectively replaces Keys in the revolving revolving chair, as Shelton and Adam Levine aren’t going anywhere any time soon.

Hudson and Clarkson are both alums of the Fox-turned-ABC singing competition “American Idol.” Clarkson was the show’s first-ever winner in 2002, and Hudson finished in seventh place on the show’s third season.

Last season’s winner of “The Voice” was Team Blake’s Chloe Kohanski.