The Voice results are in for the final time this year. Who won the NBC singing competition and its cash prize, recording contract and instant industry cred?
Only Craig Wayne Boyd (of Team Blake) stood in the way of thee formidable Team Adam Levine proteges: Damien, Matt McAndrew and Chris Jamison.
All of whom brought something unique to the table this season, and America's votes brought them this far. But there can be only one winner, of course.
So who won The Voice Season 7?
Drum roll ... Craig Wayne Boyd!
The 35-year-old country-rock star from Nashville, Tenn., proved that he had the vocal chops as well as the stage presence and won the title Tuesday night.
"There has never been a more deserving person to hold that trophy than Craig Wayne Boyd," proud coach Blake Shelton said as he stood next to Boyd.
Craig is Blake's fourth winner in seven seasons of The Voice. Adam boasts two winners, with last season's champ Josh Kaufman belonging to Team Usher.
Matt McAndrew took second, Chris Jamison third and Damien fourth last night. Were you surprised at the results? And do you think America got it right?
Discuss in the comments below!