Well, Tuesday night's finale of The Voice ended as it should have -- with hugs and confetti.
No, former Tulsans Jamar Rogers and Adley Stump didn't hoist the crown -- although Rogers appeared well on his way before his departure last week -- but the show still went on. Rogers even joined in on a couple of performances.
Before the show Rogers talked with 2NEWS Anchor Justin Wilfon. He said he has no regrets.
"No, I won, because I overcame some fears and I was able to inspire some people," he said. "My journey is far from over."
Rogers graduated from Booker T. Washington High School. He looks back on his days in Tulsa with fondness.
"I always felt at home in Tulsa. I became a man in Tulsa," said Rogers.
Former contestants Lindsey Paveo, Katrina Parker, Sera Hill, RaeLynn, Kim Yarbrough, Pip, Erin Willett, James Massone, Cheesa and Jordis Unga took the stage during the finale as well to support the four remaining contestants.
Hall and Oates, Flo Rida and Justin Bieber even showed their stuff.
After all the night's theatrics, the time came to announce the winner of the competition.
In fourth, Chris Mann. In third, Tony Lucca. Second, Juliet Simms.
And Jermaine Paul took home the title of The Voice.
The announcement, understandably, brought the crowd to its feet.
Paul played the show out, with a celebratory rendition of "I Believe I Can Fly."
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