The grand finale of The Voice Season 17 is over and the winner is announced. But we won’t spoil the moment and tell you who won The Voice 2019 right now. The Voice finale was great with some fun performances to get to the name of the winner. There were a total of four finalists – Rose Short, Ricky Duran, Jake Hoot, and Katie Kadan. This happened for the first time in the last 7 seasons of the show that all the four coaches of The Voice had a singer as a finalist from their team.
Katie Kadan from Chicago who possesses a big deep voice and great personality represented Team John Legend in the finale. From Team Blake Shelton, Ricky Duran, who gets an appraisal for his guitar and heart soothing voice was on the top. Team Kelly Clarkson had Jake Hoot, from Tennessee, who is known for his sentimental songs, low voice, and one of the most-streamed singers of the season with his all performances, and Rose Short from Team Gwen Stefani presented her coach in the grand finale of The Voice Fall 2019.
But before the announcement of the final winner, there were some breaking performances. First, this season’s participants Shan Q, Alex Guthrie, Max Boyle, and Will Breman took the stage to perform “Give Me Some Loving”. Then Lady Antebellum, a country music group took the stage and perform their recent big hit “What If I Never Get Over You”.
Then fun-filled performance from big stars came to get through to the final moment. The Black Eyed Peas performed RITMO (Bad Boys for Life) with J Balvin. Then came the first performance from the finalists. Katie Kadan performed “Believe” by Cher by teaming up with Adam Lambert. Rose Short teamed up with Yolanda Adams and rendered a powerful presentation of “Through The Midst Of It All.” Kat Hammock, Grace Shriver, Marybeth Byrd, and Cali Wilson – former participants of this season performed “Neon Moon” in their gorgeous style.
Following the event, then, Dua Lipa gave an exotic performance of her recent hit song “Don’t Start Now.” Then the third performer from the finalists was from Ricky. He shared the stage with idol Gary Clark Jr. and sang the “Pearl Cadillac.”
The roster of performance also included Maelyn Jarmon, the winner of The Voice (last season). She went on to sing “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and she proved why she won the last season. Jake was the last performing finalist and presented “Over Drinking” with its original singer band Little Big Town.
Lastly, Jennifer Hudson rendered her first television performance of her new song from movie Cats and Luke Combs ended the performance with his song “Even Though I’m Leaving” with all the photos of participants of this season in the background.
At finally, Carson Daly announced and it is JAKE HOOT. Ricky Duran placed as the runner up, Katie got the third and Rose grabbed the fourth place.
Now groove up for The Voice season 18 in 2020. The new attraction of the next season will Nick Jonas who will be joining John Legend, Shelton, and Clarkson as a coach.