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Girl Named Tom Sounded So Angelic Performing on The Voice Season 22 Finale

Our favorite trio! 

By Christopher Rosa
Season 21 Winner Girl Named Tom Performs "One More Christmas" | NBC's The Voice Live Finale 2022

Girl Named Tom, the only group in The Voice history to win the competition (Season 21), returned to the show's stage on December 13th for a heavenly performance. 

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Siblings Bekah, Joshua, and Caleb Liechty's harmonies were on lock (no surprise) during The Voice Season 22 Live Finale, where they sang "One More Christmas" from their EP of the same name 

Wearing matching champagne-colored outfits, Girl Named Tom performed "One More Christmas" in honor of their father, who passed away earlier this year. Their set was emotional and stunning, accompanied with appropriate fake snow that added to the ambience. At the end, Bekah hit an absolutely angelic high note as her brothers perfectly harmonized in the background. If that doesn't give you chills, nothing will. 

Can't get enough Girl Named Tom? You're in luck! They're finishing the final dates of their winter tour, and tickets are available. See the remaining dates, below. 

December 14, 2022, VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, FL

December 15, 2022, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Hollywood, FL

December 17, 2022, Greensboro Coliseum Complex, Greensboro, NC

December 19, 2022 George Mason University - EagleBank Arena, Fairfax, VA

December 20, 2022, Giant Center, Hershey, PA

December 22, 2022, Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT

Girl Named Tom won The Voice in Season 21 and were proud members of Team Kelly (Clarkson). "We weren't sure reality TV was for us," Caleb told ET in 2021. "But we fell in love with it when we got here. And we really were like, 'OK, we wanna win this thing.'"

And win they did!  "We're speechless," Caleb told ET shortly after learning the news during Season 21. "It's been amazing, the outpouring of love from the fans. That's something we're gonna take with us forever." 

"It's been so special to be able to celebrate the victories together," Joshua added. "We were just holding hands up there, shaking together. I can't imagine being a solo performer on this show and having to go through all that alone."

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