After countless performances and weeks of fierce competition, 16-year-old Texas country singer Danielle Bradbery was named the winner of "The Voice" Tuesday.
Bradbery was the youngest artist on the show this season and had never performed in front of a large audience before her audition.
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Aside from the honor of being named the voice, Bradbery scored a recording contract with Universal Republic Records.
The grand champion joined us live from Los Angeles Wednesday after not having slept since the finale.
Check out the attached video for a sleepy but excited Bradbery.
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