The Voice US has found this year's winner in Carter Rubin.
Coached by Gwen Stefani, the 15-year-old singer stormed ahead of the other four finalists John Holiday, DeSz, Ian Flanigan and Jim Ranger to get his hands on that life-changing record deal and $100,000.
Congratulations to Carter and Gwen – marking the No Doubt star's first win as a coach.
Meanwhile, it was recently announced that Gwen would be stepping down from the show for the next season, and will be replaced by none other than Nick Jonas (again).
Fellow stars Blake Shelton, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson will remain in their big red chairs, though.
Across the pond, The Voice UK coach Meghan Trainor is also parting from the show due to pregnancy, with Anne-Marie taking her spot on the line-up next to Tom Jones, will.i.am and Olly Murs.
"I'm a bit nervous about it because I just feel like I'm not going to be able to say anything to hurt someone, I'm just going to put everyone through!" she reflected.
"I am going to be really honest but I'm going to be making sure they are alright too... I mean, in this industry you do get mugged off quite a lot. I did say this to the crew, if I was to do it, I want to be majorly involved in the mental health side of things and be involved in the contestants, that whole part of it."
The Voice US airs on NBC. Its UK equivalent is broadcast on ITV.
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