The Voice: Gwen Stefani wins season 19 with singer Carter Ruben in star-studded finale on NBC
Show host Carson Daly, 47, announced the results live from Universal Studios Hollywood with a virtual audience due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Gwen’s fiance Blake Shelton, 44, finished in second place with singer Jim Ranger.
Winning coach: Gwen Stefani, shown Monday, won season 19 of The Voice on Tuesday with singer Carter Ruben during a star-studded two-hour finale on NBC
Blake’s singer Ian Flanigan finished in third place, while fourth place went to Kelly Clarkson’s singer Desz.
John Legend’s singer John Holiday, 35, of Rosenberg, Texas, who had been a frontrunner all season, finished in fifth place.
The finale featured several performances from top artists.
Florida Georgia Line and Nelly teamed up for a performance of Lil Bit.
Teen talent: Carter, shown performing Monday, became the youngest male winner of The Voice at age 15
JP Saxe and Julia Michaels, who was an advisor this season on The Voice, also performed If The World Was Ending.
Lewis Capaldi sang Before You Go, while Keith Urban was joined by Pink virtually for their song One Too Many.
Carter at age 15 became the youngest male winner of The Voice.
It was the first win for Gwen, 51, in her fifth season as coach and she beat out her fiance Blake as their singers were in the final two.
First win: It was the first win for Gwen, shown earlier this month with Carter, in her fifth season as coach and she beat her fiance Blake as their singers were in the final two