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'The Voice' Winner
Danielle Bradbery's
Top 5 Performances


Season 4 of The Voice has finally crowned their winner —16-year-old country cutie Danielle Bradbery. To celebrate the victor's new claim to fame, we're looking back at some of her most memorable performances.

The Blind Audition: Danielle wowed judges with her performance of Taylor Swift’s “Mean.” Usher, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine all tried to convince her to join their teams, with Usher even promising her a run-in with close pal Justin Bieber. Danielle ultimately sided with Blake saying she’s a “country girl.”

Finale Power: Danielle's rendition of "Maybe It Was Memphis" by Pam Tillis stunned the judges panel during the show's June 17 finale. Though she's not on his team, Adam Levine labeled her as "the one to beat."

A Ballad to Remember: Blake chose the track “Please Remember Me” by Tim McGraw for Danielle’s performance. Usher later described it as "amazeballs.”

Born To Fly: For her finale solo, Danielle belted out "Born to Fly" by Sara Evans on June 17. Coach Blake "thanked God" for bringing her to his team, while Adam joked, "perfection is boring."

Hanging With Hunter: Danielle described her June 18 duet with 21-year-old Hunter Hayes as "amazing." The pair performed his hit single, "I Want Crazy."

Congratulations to Danielle on her win— we can't wait to hear her new music!