Fifteen-year-old Brynn Cartelli is the 14th winner of "The Voice."
The singer from Longmeadow, Massachusetts, coached by Kelly Clarkson, beat out a pool of more seasoned competitors to come out on top Tuesday night.
It came down to the two youngest finalists: Cartelli and Britton Buchanon, 18, coached by Alicia Keys.
After months of fierce competition, only four contestants remained in the finals: Cartelli, Buchanon and Kyla Jade and Spensha Baker, both coached by Blake Shelton.
Baker was the first of the final four eliminated, followed by second runner-up Jade.
On Monday, the final four sang for the reality competition show's top prize. Each hopeful performed a cover song with their coach, and then each debuted an original single.
When it comes down to it, all of these singers deserve praise for their talent and dedication.