‘The Voice’ Season 25 Crowns Winner On NBC

This article contains details of the winner of The Voice Season 25.

Another season of The Voice comes to an end, and America will once again crown a new winner.

John Legend, Dan + Shay, and Reba McEntire are all represented in the Season 25 finale, with Chance the Rapper losing his last two acts the previous week.

The five finalists vying for the crown are Nathan Chester (Team Legend), Josh Sanders (Team Reba), Asher HaVon (Team Reba), Bryan Olesen (Team Legend), and Karen Waldrup (Team Dan + Shay).

Ahead of the grand finale, the finalists performed solos for two solos each. Chester performed “It’s Your Thing” and “A Son for You,” Sanders sang “Boots On” and “Go Rest High on That Mountain,” HaVon took on “Last Dance” and “I Will Always Love You,” Olesen presented “Freedom! ’90” and “Beautiful Things,” and Waldrup did “I’m Alright” and “What Hurts the Most.”

On finale night, the finalists dueted with their coaches. Waldrup took the stage first with Dan + Shay to sing “You Look Good.” Olesen performed “Feeling Good” with Legend. HaVon and Sanders dueted with McEntire and performed “On My Own” and “Back to God,” respectively. Chester was the last to perform and took the stage with Legend for “When a Man Loves a Woman.”

Read more here from Deadline.