Danielle Bradbery is "The Voice".
The 16-year-old country singer from Cypress, Texas, was named Season 4 winner of the NBC singing competition, winning the viewer vote over the other two finalists: 26-year-old Michelle Chamuel and the Swon Brothers. Chamuel finished second and the Swon Brothers finished third.
The victory by Bradbery is the third in four seasons for a member of coach Blake Shelton's team.
The two-hour finale featured musical stars including Cher, who performed "Woman's World", the first single of her upcoming album of the same name.
Pitbull and Christina Aguilera opened the show with a duet and country's Florida Georgia Line and hip-hop's Nelly performed together. Bruno Mars sang his newest single, "Treasure", which was taped before the recent death of his mother.
The finalists got their chance to perform with the stars, too. Bob Seger, joined by the Swon Brothers, performed his hit "Night Moves". Hunter Hayes and Bradbery sang a duet of "I Want Crazy".