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Season 5′s winner has been announced on tonight’s finale of The Voice— featuring some truly horrendous group performances, plus guest stars Celine Dion, Paramore, Ne-Yo, and One Republic, plus a stunningly cray collaboration between Christina Aguilera and “the most down-to-earth real person that I’ve ever met in this business,” Lady Gaga! "The Voice" Season 5 trophy is rightly claimed by Jamician singing talent Tessane Chin During the NBC talent competition's Tuesday night finale, Tessanne Chin, the 28-year-old singer fromKingston, Jamaica, won the title for herself and Coach Adam Levine.
Chin, whose parents are musicians and who sang backup for reggae artist Jimmy Cliff, was the only remaining finalist who got all four judges (Levine, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and CeeLo Green) to turn their chairs during the blind audition when she performed Try by Pink. Tessane entered the finale with the grandiloquent version of Whitney Houston number "I have nothing". Tessane belonged to Adam Levine team. The two singers who competed with Tessane in finale were Jacquie Lee and Will Champlin.
All three singers put their best foot forward in the Dec. 16 & 17 finale episodes and in the opinion of the judges as well as "The Voice" fans, Chin clearly conquered the show. Tessane performed for 12 weeks before performing in the show. After winning the trophy, Tessane cried tears of happiness as Jamaica celebrated her victory along with her. One of Tessane's fan revealed to Urban Islandz that he and his friends plan to celebrate Tessane Chin's victory throughout year
“Jamaica is celebrating with the United States as Tessanne wins The Voice!” –Carson Daly. Jacquie Lee (Team Christina) is the runner-up, and Will Champlin (Team Adam) finished in third. Enjoy the Finale performance video below
Season 6 of The Voice returns with a two-night premiere starting Feb. 24 at 8 ET/PT, when Shakira and Usher will rejoin Levine and Shelton as judges.