Season 11 of The Voice crowned a new winner at the end of Tuesday's finale, and a familiar Voice coach has taken home yet another win.
After a star-studded night of amazing performances -- including Ariana Grande and Stevie Wonder, Sting, The Weeknd, John Legend, Kelly Clarkson, KISS and more -- the final four took the stage together, but only one could be declared the winner.
After host Carson Daly revealed that Josh Gallagher, of Team Adam, and We McDonald, of Team Alicia, had placed 4th and 3rd respectively, it all came down to country crooner Sundance Head, of Team Blake, and Billy Gilman, Team Adam's other hopeful.
Ultimately, Head took home the win, marking Shelton's fifth win as coach. He closed out the show by singing his original tune, "Darlin' Don't Go," as his friends and family came on stage to celebrate.
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"I know you don't have to do that. You do this for a job. But you really are such genuine person and I thank the Lord that he put you in my life," Head shared.
The evening kicked off with a performance by Wonder and Grande, who sang their collaboration "Faith," off the soundtrack for the animated comedy Sing, followed McDonald's impassioned duet with Legend. The two performed Legend's latest single, "Love Me Now," off his recently released album, Darkness and Light.
Sting was up next, wowing the crowd with his new single "I Can't Stop Thinking About You," before Gallagher took the stage alongside Cam, where the two sang her recent track "Burning House."
Head then performed alongside KISS, which felt like a special moment for the talented country crooner, and was almost as powerful as Gilman's duet with Kelly Clarkson. Together, the Voice hopeful and the GRAMMY winner performed the song "It's Quiet Uptown," from the beloved musical Hamilton.