A 16-year-old Texan has The Voice.
At least this season she does.
Danielle Bradberry of Cypress Texas, was crowned the winner Tuesday of the singing competition on NBC.
Bradberry hugged second-place winner Michelle Chamuel of Amherst, Mass. when host Carson Daly announced the results. Asked for her reaction as the audience cheered, she seemed too overwhelmed to put a sentence together.
Brothers Zach and Colton Swon, of Muskogee, Okla., finished in third place.
The Voice, a singing competition that uses a quartet of celebrity judges, has become more popular as its nearest competition, American Idol on FOX, heads in the opposite direction.
More than 14 million viewers watched the show in April, around the same number “Idol”
had for its finale.
The two-part “Voice” finale concluded Tuesday night.