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The Voice crowns Cam Anthony as winner & fans rejoice saying show 'FINALLY got it right for first time in 20 seasons'

THE Voice crowned Cam Anthony as its season 20 winner and fans rejoiced as they claim the show FINALLY got it right for the "first time."

Finalists for Tuesday night’s star-studded episode included Team Kelly's, Kenzie Wheeler, Team Legend's Victor Solomon, Team Nick's Rachel Mac, and Team Blake with both Cam Anthony and Jordan Matthew Young.






Host Carson Daly read the results in order from fifth place to first on a tense TV set. 

Team John’s Victor Solomon was first to be named and looked amazing in a green suit as he came in fifth. 

The fourth-place finisher is Team Nick’s soulful singer Rachel Mac. 

For third-place, singer Jordan Matthew Young from Team Blake was voted into the spot. 

That meant the winner came down to two fan-favorites – Cam and Kenzie. 

Just before the results were read, the two close pals hugged it out on stage and said “I love you brother.” 

Fans were thrilled that the 19-year-old Philadelphia native won the competition – with many saying America “got it right” for the first time. 

“Congrats Cam, Thank you America, the Voice Finale and winner is Cam Anthony finally got it right, as a matter of fact, the last 2 standing Cam & Kenzie we're the 2 that should have been,” one said. 

Another tweeted: “YES CAM!!!! Out of 20 freaking seasons The Voice finally got it right!!!”

“Finally, the correct person won! Cam was phenomenal all season,” a third exclaimed. 

One more insisted: “America finally got it right!! congrats cam!!”

The reality show contestant won big – as they not only have The Voice champ title but walk away with a record deal and $100,000.

Though it was a tight race this year, coaches Blake Shelton, John Legend, Kelly Clarkson and Nick Jonas appeared pleased with the results. 

The two-day, four hour live finale featured performances from music’s biggest acts, including Justin Bieber, Thomas Rhett, Kelsea Ballerini and Snoop Dogg. 

Gwen Stefani also made returned as she sang her new song with Saweetie while Adam Levine made his long-awaited The Voice comeback taking the stage with Maroon 5. 


Last night aired the first episode of the two part season finale of The Voice.

Monday night's episode gave the final five contestants their last chance to perform and win over America.

Viewers were able to vote for their favorite singer up until Tuesday morning to allow the votes to be tallied before the night's live results show.

The first performance of the night came when Team Kelly’s Kenzie Wheeler, belted out “Heartland” by George Strait.

From the beginning of the show, Shelton has said he believes Wheeler will win the show.


Team Legend’s Victor Solomon was next and dedicated his performance of “I Can’t Make You Love Me” by Bonnie Raitt to his girlfriend Ciarra.

Team Blake’s Jordan Matthew Young followed Solomon performing “Key to the Highway” by Big Bill Broonzy.

Next came Team Nick's Rachel Mac who dedicated her song "I Hope You Dance" by Lee Ann Womack to her 11-month-old nephew, Ezra.

Closing out the contestants' solo performances Team Blake's other performer Cam Anthony sang “Stand Up” by Cynthia Erivo.

Blake was overcome by emotions after the powerful performance insisting, “God put this young man here in my life on ‘The Voice’ that may change everything for this show.”

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