Danielle Bradbery has been named "The Voice."
The 16-year-old country singer from Texas is the winner of the fourth season of NBC's singing competition series.
Bradbery is the youngest winner of "The Voice" and for her efforts, she receives $100,000 and a recording contract.
In second place was Michelle Chamuel; the Swon Brothers finished in third.
And fans of the show don't need to worry; Season 5 of "The Voice" will kick off this fall.
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