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The Champion of ‘The Voice’ 2024 is Revealed



Asher HaVon, The Voice

After lots of singing and competition, The Voice got to the exciting part, live shows. The Top 20 singers from Teams John Legend, Chance the Rapper, Dan + Shay, and Reba McEntire all got their chance to shine. America got to vote for their favorites for the first time ever.

On Monday night, the Top 5 singers Asher HaVon, Bryan Olesen, Josh Sanders, Karen Waldrup, and Nathan Chester performed in the big finale. While, their performances, everyone was on the edge of their seats waiting for the results.

Finally, the moment arrived. The winner of Season 25 of The Voice was announced at the end of a two hour show filled with amazing performances by stars like The Black Keys, Jelly Roll, Kate Hudson, Keith Urban, Lainey Wilson, Muni Long, and Thomas Rhett.

Adding to the excitement, Season 23 winner Gina Miles came back to The Voice stage. So, she performed her brand new song, “Wicked Game.” It was such a treat to see her again. And that’s not all the talented musicians of the U.S. Army Field Band also made a comeback for the night. Their performance added an extra special touch to the already star packed event.


To make The Voice’s 25th celebration even more memorable, there were surprise video appearances by some of the biggest stars ever on the show. Kelly Clarkson, CeeLo Green, Niall Horan, Jennifer Hudson, Nick Jonas, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani all made special appearances. They shared their favorite memories and also even treated everyone to some of the best coach vocal performances from past seasons.

Plus, there was a touching tribute honoring the incredible journey of The Voice over 25 seasons. It was a heartwarming reminder of the show’s impact and the talent it has brought to the world.

How the night broke down:

To mark its 25th season milestone on NBC, The Voice began the show with a special montage. It featured all the coaches who’ve graced the iconic red swivel chairs throughout the years.


From the original gang of Season 1 with Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, and Cee Lo, to the more recent faces also like Niall Horan from Season 24, it was a nostalgic trip down memory lane.

Then, to kick off the entertainment part of The Voice Season 25 finale, country star Thomas Rhett took the stage. He delivered an electrifying performance of his hit song, “As Beautiful As You.” It set the perfect tone for an evening filled but with music and celebration.

After Thomas Rhett’s lively performance, the excitement continued as country duo Dan + Shay joined forces with Karen Waldrup on Lady A’s upbeat track, “You Look Good.” Their collaboration brought a burst of energy to the stage, captivating the audience with their dynamic performance.

Adding to the fun, the show featured a playful video segment while, coaches John Legend and Chance the Rapper engaged in a friendly keyboard battle. Their antics had everyone laughing as they tried to outdo each other, also followed by an entertaining dance off that showcased their playful camaraderie.


The musical journey continued with Muni Long taking the spotlight to perform her platinum-selling hit, “Made for Me.” Her soulful rendition captivated the audience and showcased her incredible talent, earning cheers and applause from the crowd.

Keeping the momentum going, coach John Legend teamed up with contestant Bryan Olesen for a mesmerizing rendition of “Feeling Good” by Nina Simone. Their powerful performance showcased both John’s mentorship and Bryan’s vocal prowess, leaving the audience in awe of their collaboration.

Continuing the night’s lineup of incredible performances, rock duo The Black Keys took The Voice stage with their electrifying rendition of “Beautiful People (Stay High).” Their energetic performance had the crowd rocking out and added a vibrant energy to the evening.

Next up, country music legend Reba McEntire graced the stage, teaming up with contestant Josh Sanders for a heartfelt duet of her song “Back to God.” Their collaboration was filled with emotion and showcased Josh’s versatility as a performer. While, earning praise from both the audience and Reba herself.


Making her debut appearance on The Voice stage, reigning 2023 CMA Awards. Entertainer of the Year Lainey Wilson delivered a captivating performance of her new single, “Hang Tight Honey.” Her soulful vocals and magnetic stage presence captivated the audience, leaving a lasting impression with her powerful performance.

In an incredibly touching moment, Lainey Wilson received a heartwarming surprise. Reba McEntire, during her time on stage, extended a special invitation to Lainey to join the Grand Ole Opry. One of country music’s most esteemed honors. It was a truly emotional moment that brought tears to Lainey’s eyes. Especially with her family there to witness the milestone.

Adding to the diversity of talent on The Voice stage, actress Kate Hudson made her debut appearance. While, showcasing her musical talents alongside her acting career. She mesmerized the audience with her performance of her new single, “Glorious,” leaving everyone in awe of her musical prowess.

The evening’s fourth coach/artist pairing featured Reba McEntire teaming up with contestant Asher HaVon for a soulful rendition of “On My Own” by Patti LaBelle and Michael McDonald. Their powerful duet showcased their vocal range and chemistry on stage, earning them a standing ovation from the audience.


In a special video appearance, Niall Horan introduced Season 23 winner Gina Miles. As she performed her newly released single, “Wicked Game.” Gina’s soulful rendition captivated the audience also highlighted her incredible talent as a singer.

Wrapping up the coach/artist pairings for the night. John Legend joined contestant Nathan Chester for a breathtaking rendition of the classic “When a Man Loves a Woman” by Percy Sledge. Their emotional performance showcased their vocal prowess and left a lasting impression on the audience.

Finally, Jelly Roll took the stage to debut “I Am Not Okay,” a track from his highly anticipated forthcoming album. His raw and heartfelt performance resonated with the audience, also showcasing his talent as both a rapper and songwriter.

As the anticipation reached its peak, host Carson Daly gathered the five finalists on stage for the moment everyone had been waiting for. With bated breath, the crowd awaited the results. The tension was palpable as Carson began the announcement.


In fifth place was Karen Waldrup, who had captured hearts with her powerful performances throughout the season. Fourth place went to Nathan Chester. While, soulful voice had left a lasting impression on both the audience and the coaches.

The excitement heightened as Carson revealed the third-place finalist, Bryan Olesen. Whose talent and dedication had earned him a spot among the top contenders. With just two contestants left, the tension in the room was almost tangible.

In a thrilling climax, Carson announced the runner-up, Josh Sanders, whose incredible performances had secured him a spot in the finale. The crowd erupted into applause as Josh embraced his fellow contestants, proud of his journey on The Voice.

But the ultimate moment of triumph belonged to Asher HaVon, whose outstanding performances had captured the hearts of millions. As Carson declared Asher the winner of Season 25 of The Voice. Which cheers filled the arena, and confetti rained down in celebration. Also Asher’s coach, Reba, beamed with pride as she congratulated her winning contestant.


With Season 25 coming to a close, fans eagerly anticipated the return of The Voice for Season 26, set to premiere this fall on NBC. For those who couldn’t get enough, the show would be available to stream on Hulu the next day. While, ensuring that the excitement of The Voice would continue long after the finale.

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