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After weeks of blind auditions, battle rounds, knockouts, and countless group sing-a-longs, The Voice has finally crowned its winner. Tessanne Chin, Jacquie Lee, and Will Champlin all took the stage in the final moments of the two-hour season finale to find out which one of them would be named "The Voice."

After all of the votes were counted, only one contestant emerged victorious. The new reigning champ is *spoiler alert* Team Adam contestant Tessanne Chin!

The Jamaican beauty was always considered a frontrunner in the competition behind fellow finalist Jacquie Lee, but really flexed her vocal prowess the last few weeks of the competition. On Monday night's penultimate episode, Chin performed the late Whitney Houston's "I Have Nothing" that brought the in-studio audience to its feet. Heading into the finale it was her battle to lose (at least, according to Twitter).

So what's next for Chin? Hopefully, a successful music career. The Voice has yet to produce a real star in the vein of American Idol's Carrie Underwood or Kelly Clarkson. However, this season, OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder, who wrote Chin's debut single "Tumbling Down," will continue to write and producer tracks for the winner. Tedder's a proven hit-maker, which bodes well for Chin's chances at making it big.