Cassadee Pope, Nicholas David and Terry McDermott sang their hearts out this season, but only one would take home the top prize Tuesday night on The Voice.
Following a star-studded live finale with special appearances by Smokey Robinson, Rihanna, The Killers, Avril Lavigne, Peter Frampton, Bruno Mars and Kelly Clarkson as well performances from contestants past, 23-year-old Cassadee Pope was crowned the winner of season three in the presence of the singer's friends and family.
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"I'm feeling amazing. Thank you to everyone who voted for me," said a shell-shocked Pope after bringing in a second win for Team Blake. Last season, Shelton's mentee Jermaine Paul was also declared a winner.
Terry McDermott, 35, also of Team Blake, placed third and Nicholas David, 31, of Cee Lo Green's team took the third spot.
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Pope's big win brings her $100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group.
Season four will premiere next spring. Shakira and Usher will take a seat alongside Shelton and Levine in Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green's absence. Check out the very first promo here!