“The Voice” Crowns Its Winner

Who has "The Voice"? After weeks of fierce competition, it's all come down to this.

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THE VOICE -- Live Finale -- Pictured: (l-r) Javier Colon, Dia Frampton, Carson Daly -- Photo by: Lewis Jacobs/NBC
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Javier Colon celebrates his "Voice" victory, as runner-up Dia Frampton smiles at him. “I don’t even know where to begin,” Colon said after learning his fate. He thanked his competitors and “everyone at home for believing in me.”
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Vicci Martinez performed "Drops of Jupiter" with Train frontman Pat Monahan.
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Javier Colon performed "Landslide" opposite Stevie Nicks. Critiquing the performance, Adam Levine said, “That’s the coolest thing you’ve ever done other then have kids and get married, probably. That’s one of the most beautiful duets I’ve ever heard in my life.”
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Javier Colon is the winner of the inaugural season of "The Voice." Host Carson Daly said Javier was separated from runner-up Dia Frampton by less than two percent of the vote.
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Dia Frampton had jumped to the top of iTunes with her original song "Inventing Shadows," while Javier's "Stitch by Stitch" went No. 2. Beverly McClellan and Vicci Martinez rounded out the top four.
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Vicci Martinez performed "Drops of Jupiter" on "The Voice" finale with Train's Pat Monahan.
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“The Voice” final four took to the stage Tuesday for one last night performance round.
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Coaches Adam, Cee Lo, Christina and Blake got the show started by performing a version of Queen’s “Under Pressure.”
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Host Carson Daly turned to Beverly to ask how she was handling “the pressure.” The four finalists were each tasked with performing one original tune and a duet with their celebrity coach, though only iTunes downloads of original songs counts for votes. Click through to see how they fared.
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Cee Lo continued his quest to flesh out Vicci Martinez's inner-"warrior" with the pair easily scoring the most memorable performance of their night, singing Pat Benetar's "Love Is A Battlefield." Cee Lo sported a neon pink Mohawk and studded jacket-armor, as well as a team of children dancers doing acrobatics.
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Javier Colon: Coaches have praised Javier's smooth voice all season, but the musician scored an arguably stronger endorsement from Justin Bieber, when he needed it most. The Biebs tweeted his support just hours before Javier's final performances.
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Dia Frampton: Blake and Cee Lo predicted Dia's original tune, "Inventing Shadows," will dominate the charts. After the performance, Adam and Christina mostly sidestepped comments on Dia's vocals. They complained instead about the mime dancers in silhouette behind her performance.
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Vicci also channeled the ‘80s with her original song, the power ballad “Afraid to Sleep.” “You insist on being a big deal. Now you are a big deal,” Blake told her after the show.
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Beverly bounded across the stage to her original tune “Lovesick.”n“You killed it,” Cee Lo said in response. Blake added that, “if music was crack, you would have a serious problem.”
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In a surprise move, though, the first song Beverly performed was a seated duet with Christina to “Beautiful,” the pop star’s classic ballad.
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Taking a leaf out of "Glee's" book, the top 8 will be going on tour, with six dates confirmed already in cities like New York, Boston, and Chicago. Only one of the performers will be named “The Voice” when the finals return Wednesday at 8 p.m on NBC.
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Last week Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine used his power to boost contestant Javier Colon to the finals by giving him 65 out of 100 points. Click through to see all of this season's exciting moments.
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The Final Four: Vicci Martinez, Javier Colon, Dia Frampton and Beverly McClellan have made it this far, but only one can win "The Voice." Here, Christina Aguilera and Carson Daly embrace McClellan.
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Dia Frampton: Blake Shelton give his protege a big ol' hug as she moves on to the next round after beating Xenia by 12 points. Frampton was rendered speechless by the news with tears streaming down her face.
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The semi-finalists pose with celebrity judges Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine.
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Christina’s likened judging Frenchie Davis and Beverly McClellen to "apples and oranges," in explaining why both deserved to split her 100 points. But America gave the edge to Beverly, who beat Frenchie by 14 points.
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Team Christina: Frenchie Davis opened the semi-finals show with a soulful rendition of Madonna’s “Like a Prayer.” The R&B singer and former contestant on the second season of "American Idol" was disqualified from "Idol" due to topless photos taken early in her career, but got a second shot at the spotlight on "The Voice."
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Team Christina: Beverly McClellan sang B.B. King’s “The Thrill is Gone” – to show her softer side. Cee Lo said he loved the tattooed rocker because “if someone didn’t allow you to be yourself, you’d kick their ass.”
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Team Adam: Crowd pleaser Javier Colon sang “Fix You” by Coldplay during the semi-finals. For the first time in the competition, he removed his signature cap to reveal fellow contestants Frenchie and Beverly aren't the only ones with shaved heads.“I wanted to show folks a different side of me,” Javier said. Adam called his protégé the "real deal."
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Team Adam: Casey Weston sang “I Will Always Love You.” Before the gig, Adam Levine told Casey he wanted her to interpret the tune somewhere between Dolly Parton and Whitney Houston’s versions. He was shown trying to rein in the "stubborn" singer during rehearsals, but said the performance “proved that our arguments paid off.”
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Team Blake: Xenia sang "The Man Who Can't Be Moved" by The Script for the semi-finals. Xtina called Xenia one of her favorites and said she was “baffled” by the shy 16-year-old's on-stage maturity. Blake Shelton said he anticipated one day hearing her voice on the radio. “I'm glad that I knew you when,” he said.
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Team Blake: Dia Frampton won over judges earlier this season with a haunting piano performance of Kanye West’s “Heartless.” Adam praised the singer for again taking a risk by choosing REM’s “Losing My Religion” for the semi-finals.
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Team Cee Lo: Cee Lo exercised his coach's vote to save Nakia, whom he called his “brother from another mother.” Nakia sang Adam Lambert’s “Whataya Want from Me!” in the semi-finals. Adam Levine said that even though he didn’t know the song, Nakia had “forced” him to like it and it was probably better than the original.
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Team Cee Lo: Vicci Martinez scored the most viewer votes to earn her spot in the semi-finals. She closed the show with a percussion heavy version of “Dog Days are Over” by Florence and the Machine, garnering praise from all of the judges, but especially Cee Lo, who said he was on the edge of his seat during her performance.
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EMPTY_CAPTION"The Voice" judges Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera performed their new single, “Moves Like Jagger” during the semi-finals, dispelling rumors that the two stars clashed on and off set.
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EMPTY_CAPTION"The Voice" celebrity judges Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera and Cee-Lo. Cee-Lo said the judges have a "friendly" rivalry, but called Adam the most competitive judge. "We got a lot of love for each other though, so it's all out of love," Adam said in response.
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The stakes at "The Voice" got higher as the competition rounded down to the final eight. In a live, two-hour super-episode, Beverly McClellan of Team Xtina won with the highest number of votes with her edgy, androgynous style. "You've set your own for this show," Christina praised.
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Cee-Lo Green went back--way back--when selecting a song for sisters Tori and Taylor Thompson. He recommended a 1940s Andrew Sisters oldie, "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy." The girls were cute but got cut in favor of Vicci Martinez and Nakia.
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Javier Colon sang "Angel" by Sarah McLachlan during "The Voice's" live show and blew away the judges. Mentor Adam called it "absolutely perfect" and Christina said, "You really made it your own," admitting she was jealous he wasn't on her team.
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Christina Aguilera and her team of contestants performed a divalicious rendition of "Lady Marmalade," which Xtina originally recorded in 2001 with Mia, Pink and Lil' Kim for the "Moulin Rouge" film soundtrack.
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Celebrity judges performed a medley of classic Queen songs, including "We Are The Champions," to show the contestants how it’s done. Adam Levine was joined by Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and later Christina Aguilera for the spectacular performance.
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Team Cee Lo's Curtis Grimes and Emily Valentine sang Lady Antebellum’s “Need You Now" in "The Voice" battle round, sealing the song with a passionate kiss. Blake joked that Cee Lo had told the pair to “duet – not do it.” Cee Lo chose Curtis to advance that night, but later cut the country boy for teammate Nakia.
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Team Adam's Jeff Jenkins and Casey Desmond sang Elton John’s “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me" during the battle round. Adam said there was something “mindblowing” about Jeff and advanced him, but surprisingly, Adam later chose Casey Weston over Jeff in the semifinals.
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