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The Vocal Victors: A Decade of The Voice Champions (2011-2023)

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The Vocal Victors: A Decade of The Voice Champions (2011-2023) As The Voice Season 24 Reaches Its Climax, Unveiling Past Champions and Their Winning Coaches Across 23 Seasons

The Vocal Victors:

Season 23
Winner: Gina Miles
Winning Coach: Niall Horan
Last season saw 19-year-old Gina Miles winning the competition with her rendition of Sinead O’Connor’s “Nothing Compares 2 U.” This was also coach Niall Horan’s first win.

Season 22
Winner: Bryce Leatherwood
Winning Coach: Blake Shelton
Country singer Bryce Leatherwood won this season with Keith Whitley’s “Don’t Close Your Eyes,” scoring Blake Shelton his ninth and final win.

Season 21
Winner: Girl Named Tom (Bekah, Caleb and Joshua Liechty)
Winning Coach: Kelly Clarkson
This was a landmark win, as it marked the first time a group has won The Voice. Girl Named Tom, consisting of siblings Bekah, Caleb and Joshua Liechty, grabbed the top spot and secured a fourth win for Kelly Clarkson.

Season 20
Winner: Cam Anthony
Winning Coach: Blake Shelton
Cam Anthony won with his rendition of Cynthia Erivo’s “Stand Up.” This brought Blake Shelton his eighth win, as Anthony was initially blocked from joining John Legend’s team by Nick Jonas.

Season 19
Winner: Carter Rubin
Winning Coach: Gwen Stefani
With his rendition of Miley Cyrus’ “The Climb,” Carter Rubin became the youngest male performer to win The Voice at only 15 years old. This was also coach Gwen Stefani’s fist win.

Season 18
Winner: Todd Tilghman
Winning Coach: Blake Shelton
42-year-old Todd Tilghman won The Voice in season 18, making him the oldest performer to win and locking in Blake Shelton’s seventh win.

Season 17
Winner: Jake Hoot
Winning Coach: Kelly Clarkson
Kelly Clarkson grabbed her third win with Jake Hoot in season 17, who performed Lonestar’s “Amazed” as part of the finale.

Season 16
Winner: Maelyn Jarmon
Winning Coach: John Legend
Maelyn Jarmon snagged John Legend his first win in his inaugural season with her performance of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”

Season 15
Winner: Chevel Shepherd
Winning Coach: Kelly Clarkson
16-year-old country singer Chevel Shepherd win this season of The Voice, grabbing a second consecutive win for Kelly Clarkson. This season also saw Kelsea Ballerini mentoring artists who failed to turn chairs in the Comeback Stage.

Season 14
Winner: Brynn Cartelli
Winning Coach: Kelly Clarkson
15-year-old Brynn Cartelli became the youngest winner of The Voice this season, and also brought Kelly Clarkson her first win as coach. Clarkson also brought Cartelli on the road as the opener for her Meaning of Life Tour that year.

Season 13
Winner: Chloe Kohanski
Winning Coach: Blake Shelton
Chloe Kohanski was dropped by coaches a few times during elimination rounds, but Blake Shelton and Jennifer Hudson showed interest in her, and she sided with Shelton. This brought Shelton his sixth win.

Season 12
Winner: Chris Blue
Winning Coach: Alicia Keys
Soulful Chris Blue won this season and brought Alicia Keys her first win, preventing Blake Shelton from getting a consecutive win with his performer Lauren Duski.

Season 11
Winner: Sundance Head
Winning Coach: Blake Shelton
Texas-based artist Sundance Head brought Blake Shelton his first win in four seasons and his fifth overall with a cover of Etta James’ “At Last.”

Season 10
Winner: Alisan Porter
Winning Coach: Christina Aguilera
Former child star Alisan Porter brought Christina Aguilera her first win since she started on The Voice with a rendition of “Somewhere” from West Side Story.

Season 9
Winner: Jordan Smith
Winning Coach: Adam Levine
Gospel singer Jordan Smith brought Adam Levine his third win on The Voice with a rendition of “Climb E’vry Mountain” from The Sound of Music.

Season 8
Winner: Sawyer Fredericks
Winning Coach: Pharrell Williams
16-year-old Sawyer Fredericks grabbed the top spot on this season of The Voice, earning Pharrell Williams his first win.

Season 7
Winner: Craig Wayne Boyd
Winning Coach: Blake Shelton
Country singer Craig Wayne Boyd gave Blake Shelton his fourth win overall, beating out Adam Levine’s singer-songwriter Matt McAndrew.

Season 6
Winner: Josh Kaufman
Winning Coach: Usher
Usher picked up his first win with soul singer Josh Kaufman, after Adam Levine dropped him from his team. Levine’s loss was ultimately Usher’s gain.

Season 5
Winner: Tessanne Chin
Winning Coach: Adam Levine
Jamaican soul singer Tessanne Chin performed Whitney Houston’s “I Have Nothing” to nab the top spot and a second win for Adam Levine.

Season 4
Winner: Danielle Bradbery
Winning Coach: Blake Shelton
Houston-based country singer Danielle Bradbery brought Blake Shelton his third consecutive win on The Voice. At 16 years old, she was the youngest winner at the time.

Season 3
Winner: Cassadee Pope
Winning Coach: Blake Shelton
Former frontwoman of the pop-punk band Hey Monday, Cassadee Pope won season three of The Voice, grabbing a second consecutive win for Blake Shelton.

Season 2
Winner: Jermaine Paul
Winning Coach: Blake Shelton
Jermaine Paul brought Blake Shelton his first win as coach, and would go on to be nominated with Alicia Keys for a Grammy for best performance by a duo or group with vocals.

Season 1
Winner: Javier Colon
Winning Coach: Adam Levine
Adam Levine was the winning coach for the inaugural season of The Voice, with neo-soul singer Javier Colon nabbing the coveted top spot.

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