Season 24 of The Voice Crowns a Remarkable Winner
Another exhilarating season of The Voice has concluded, leaving viewers on the edge of their seats during the live
Another exhilarating season of The Voice has concluded, leaving viewers on the edge of their seats during the live finale on Tuesday night (Dec. 19). The journey unfolded with weeks of blind auditions, intense battle rounds, and last-chance performances, ultimately revealing the show’s newest champion.
The final showdown featured five outstanding contestants: Jacquie Roar, Ruby Leigh, Mara Justine, Huntley, and Lila Forde. Monday’s episode set the stage for their last chance to shine solo with two powerful performances, building anticipation for the grand finale.
On Tuesday, the remaining hopefuls shared the stage with their coaches for unforgettable cover performances. Notably, Huntley and coach Niall Horan delivered a soulful rendition of Bob Dylan’s “Knocking on Heaven’s Door.” The night featured stellar performances from Reba McEntire, John Legend, and guest stars like Earth, Wind & Fire, AJR, and Teddy Swims.
In an unexpected twist, Huntley emerged as the season 24 champion, securing Niall Horan his second consecutive coach win. In a post-win interview with Entertainment Tonight, Huntley expressed his genuine surprise and appreciation for the opportunity. He praised Ruby Leigh’s undeniable talent, emphasizing the competitive spirit between them. Looking ahead, Huntley is eager to pursue a career in music and is fueled by the hunger for success. As he shared, “I just want my career. I’m so hungry for this. Y’all are not getting rid of me!”
The Voice fans can anticipate the return of the show for its 25th season in February, and Huntley’s victory is sure to be remembered as a remarkable chapter in the series’ storied history.Season 24 of The Voice Crowns a Remarkable Winner