The Voice winner is... Danielle Bradbery!

The Voice winner was revealed during the results show of the live finale aired on NBC at 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday June 18. Danielle Bradbery was crowned as Season 4 champion.

The other finalists were the Swon Brothers from Team Blake, and Michelle Chamuel from Team Usher.

At the performance night, the Swon Brothers gave their last shot with the Eagles’ “I Can’t Tell You Why,” Michelle sang “Why” from Scottish singer Annie Lennox, while Danielle chose “Born To Fly” from country artist Sara Evans as her final song.

According to Deadline Hollywood, Monday night’s performance finale drew 12.3 million viewers overall for a No. 1 finish for the network. While the show did rise in terms of ratings, one of its mentors also became one of the the most popular topics in the trending box following his remarks about the possible outcome of the contest.

The Voice coach Adam Levine predicted that the 16-year-old teen country singer will win the competition. The Maroon 5 lead vocalist also said he thinks that Blake Shelton will be this season’s winning coach.

Well everyone surely had their own guesses, but it’s America who ultimately decided. The votes were counted and the wait was finally over after Danielle Bradbery was announced as this year’s The Voice winner.