Tuesday night marked the second part of The Voice Season 17 finale, as the winner was finally crowned. The Top 4 all delivered fantastic performances in Monday night’s show, but only one could come out on top.
The two-hour finale also featured several great performances from the Top 4, as well as eliminated contestants from this season, and a number of famous guest stars. Check them out below, and read on to find out who won The Voice Season 17.
WATCH ‘The Voice’ Finale Performances
Alex Guthrie, Will Breman, Max Boyle, and Shane Q
These four contestants who were eliminated earlier in the competition came together to perform a cover of “Gimme Some Lovin'” in matching Blues Brothers-style suits with retro backup dancers.
The famous country group took the stage to perform their song “What If I Never Get Over You.”
The Black Eyed Peas
The group performed their song “RITMO (Bad Boys for Life)” with iLuminate, a group of black light dancers who previously competed on America’s Got Talent.
Katie Kadan & Adam Lambert
The Team Legend contestant paired up with American Idol star Adam Lambert for a performance of Cher’s “Believe.” Adam previously performed the song in honor of Cher for her Kennedy Center Honors ceremony.
Rose Short & Yolanda Adams
The Team Gwen contestant teamed up with gospel singer Yolanda Adams to sing “In the Midst of It All,” which is one of Rose’s favorite songs.
Kat Hammock, Marybeth Byrd, Cali Wilson, Gracee Shriver
These four eliminated contestants from this season teamed up to perform a cover of “Neon Moon” by Brooks & Dunn.
The pop star took the stage to perform her song “Don’t Start Now.” She was surrounded by dancers on roller skates.
Ricky Duran & Gary Clark Jr.
The Team Blake artist joined this singer for a cover of Gary’s song “Pearl Cadillac.” They both played guitar during the performance.
Maelyn Jarmon came back to ‘The Voice’
The Season 16 winner from Team Legend returned to The Voice stage to perform “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” The crowd held up candles during her performance. Maelyn told the contestants to be proud of how far they’ve come.
Jake Hoot & Little Big Town
The Team Kelly contestant teamed up with the country group to perform their song “Over Thinking.”
The former Voice coach took the stage to perform “Memory” from the upcoming film adaptation of the Broadway musical Cats.
Hello Sunday, Myracle Holloway, and Joana Martinez
These previously eliminated contestants came together to perform “Keep Me Hangin’ On.”
The country singer took the stage to perform his song “Even Though I’m Leaving” with a black and white filter.
Who Is ‘The Voice’ Season 17 Winner?
Carson announced the fourth and third place contestants first. Rose Short came in fourth place, and Katie Kadan came in third place. Carson remarked that some people seemed surprised by this outcome.
That left the two male contestants, Ricky Duran and Jake Hoot, as the final two. The Voice Season 17 winner was announced to be … Jake Hoot from Team Kelly!
What do you think about these results? Do you agree with how America voted? Let us know in the comments.