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The Voice Season 24 Finale: Recap & Official Spoilers (LIVE UPDATES)
Which of the Top 5 Artists walked away victorious? Tonight, we found out.
The big night happened: the Finale of The Voice Season 24. Yes, after 13 weeks of competitive singing action, we finally found out which Artist won America's vote — and heart.
It wasn't an easy ride. The Season 24 Voice Artists were some of the most talented in show history, which is why during the Playoffs, the Coaches were each allowed to bring back a previously-eliminated Contestant. The crop of singers was just so next-level, many of the ones who went home deserved another chance.
But the rounds ended. We watched every Blind Audition, every Battle, and every Knockout. Only five singers remained in the game: Huntley (Team Niall), Jacquie Roar (Team Reba), Lila Forde (Team Legend), Mara Justine (Team Niall), and Ruby Leigh (Team Reba). The Season 24 Coaches — Niall Horan, Gwen Stefani, Reba McEntire, and John Legend — cheered the Contestants on all season, giving them useful tips along the way. But they couldn't do anything for them during the Finale. They could only hope they gave their Artists the foundation and toolbox to deliver their best performances yet, because that's what it takes to be crowned winner of The Voice.
The Voice Season 24 Finale live updates and spoilers
You didn't want to miss a second of the excitement during The Voice Season 24 Finale Night 2, which kicked off Tuesday, December 19 at 9/8c on NBC. Not only did we learn the winner, we also were treated to some next-level performances from A-list talent, including Keith Urban, Earth, Wind & Fire, and others. If that wasn't enough to entice you to watch, we also saw the Coaches perform duets with their respective Artists, plus an all-Coach performance of a holiday classic: "Let It Snow."
If for some reason you couldn't watch the the Finale for The Voice in real time, we updated this post live with the night's biggest moments. Fans could refresh this page during showtime to stay on top of all the musical goodness.
Happy The Voice Season 24 Finale, everyone!
The Voice winner is announced.
Lila Forde won fifth place in the competition, Jacquie Roar took fourth place, Mara Justine won third place, Ruby Leigh took second place, and Huntley got first.
Huntley is the winner of The Voice Season 24.
A quippy recap of how the Coaches performed this season.
In a very funny, pre-taped video, we recap the Coaches' journey during Season 24. They really made every episode memorable!
Earth, Wind & Fire perform a medley of their greatest hits.
The iconic band wore complementary green outfits and gave an electrifying performance that traversed their catalog. Songs performed included "Boogie Wonderland," "Let's Groove," and, of course, "September."
Ruby Leigh and Reba McEntire get festive singing Brenda Lee's "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree."
The Coach-Artist duo made Lee proud with a seriously jolly rendition of the Christmas anthem. They looked like a total pair in sparkly blue and turquoise outfits.
Tyla sings "Water" and "Truth or Dare."
The South African singer executed some intricate choreography while singing "Truth or Dare" and "Water," the latter track which has gone viral on TikTok. By the end, Tyla was literally rained on to achieve maximum dramatic effect. Bravo!
John Legend and Lila Forde sing "Sleigh Ride" by Ella Fitzgerald.
The Coach and Artist pair went full-on jazz with this performance, singing the iconic tune with an old Hollywood flair. These two could headline their own Vegas residency! We'd go tomorrow!
AJR takes the stage to sing "Yes, I'm a Mess."
The three brothers (Adam, Jack, and Ryan Met) had an eccentric stage design to sing the even more eccentric "Yes, I'm a Mess." It was a cheeky, memorable performance.
Niall Horan and Mara Justine duet "Wasted Time" by The Eagles
The Coach and Artist's voices blended together with soulful energy. Justine wore an all-blue outfit while Horan opted for a black-and-grey number. Where is the joint album?!
Teddy Swims hits The Voice Finale stage to sing "Lose Control."
Surrounded by literal flames and dressed in a crisp white suit, Swims looked (and sounded) like a total rockstar. He's had such a year!
Keith Urban takes the stage to sing "Blue Ain’t Your Color."
The country legend's voice sounded smoother than ever during his performance, which was simple. Accompanied with just one guitar and sparse set dressing, Urban's star power took center stage.
Reba McEntire and Gwen Stefani take their tots and sauce on the road.
In another cheeky pre-taped segment, McEntire and Stefani run a food truck that serves McEntire's signature tater tots. And, unsurprisingly, it's a huge success.
Reba McEntire and her Artist, Jacquie Roar, duet "No One Else on Earth" by Wynonna Judd.
Jacquie Roar wore a seriously cool fringe leather jacket for the performance, while McEntire kept things chic in a sleek black outfit. Their voices were perfect sonic matches.
Dan + Shay literally sit on a house to sing their hit track "Bigger Houses."
The Season 25 Voice Coaches brought the country sweetness with this performance, in which they were sitting on a house. Literally! They stripped down the song so viewers could really pay attention to the touching lyrics.
Niall Horan and John Legend face off in a Christmas-decorating video spoof.
In a hilarious pre-taped segment, Horan and Legend are new neighbors competing for the most-decorated house at Christmastime. Who won? Find out by watching the video, below:
Niall Horan and Huntley duet "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" by Bob Dylan.
Following the aforementioned Coach performance of "Let It Snow," Horan and one of his Artists, Huntley, did a moving performance of the Dylan classic. Each playing the guitar and serving gritty vocals, they certainly made Dylan proud.
The Voice Top 12 reunites to sing "Dance the Night" by Dua Lipa.
Dressed in all pink, the season's top singers delivered some excellent harmonies flanked by silver backup dancers and a sparkled, bedazzled stage.
The Voice Coaches sing "Let It Snow" as a festive quartet.
In a video teasing the Finale released the afternoon of December 19, Reba McEntire, John Legend, Niall Horan, and Gwen Stefani joined forces to sing the holiday classic. Watch, below: