Girl power! On Tuesday night, Christina Aguilera made history on The Voice when her contestant Alisan Porter was crowned the winner, making Xtina the first female coach to win the hit NBC competition series.
Aguilera celebrated the milestone on Snapchat, posting a funny video with fellow coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.
“I won, I won! I beat the boys!” Aguilera cheered as Levine and Shelton looked upset. “Woo!”
But she wasn’t all about rubbing her victory in the boys’ faces. She then turned to each of them saying, “I love you, I love you!”
Porter, who is best-known for her role in Curly Sue, was an early frontrunner for this season. The former child star took to Twitter shortly after her win, writing, “YOU. GUYS. I WON THE VOICE!!!!!!!!! Thank you from the deepest part of my heart. Everyone who voted and supported me!”
In addition to the win, Aguilera also had a big night performing a duet with Ariana Grande to the singer’s hit “Dangerous Woman.”
The pop divas even posed backstage together for a duck face selfie.
“Over the [moon emoji], beyond excited to be sharing the stage w @xtina on @NBCTheVoice tonight. Someone please collect me off the floor when we’re done,” Grande tweeted.