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Josh Kaufman wins 'The Voice' season 6 for Team Usher

Josh Kaufman
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On May 20 the season finale of "The Voice" season 6 aired on NBC and the winner was announced to be Josh Kaufman, who was on Usher's team. This was the first time someone from Team Adam Levine or Team Blake Shelton did not win. For winning the U.S. version of "The Voice," Josh Kaufman gets a recording contract with Universal Music Group, and $100,000. Jake Worthington of Team Blake came in second, and Christina Grimmie of Team Adam came in third.

Along with announcing the winner, the season finale also had performances from a variety of artists. OneRepublic performed "Love Runs Out", Ed Sheeran performed "Sing", Coldplay performed "A Sky Full of Stars", and Justin Moore performed "Lettin' the Night Roll".

The final three contestants also had duets with well known acts. Christina Grimmie and Ed Sheeran performed 'All the Stars," Jake Worthington and Alabama performed "Mountain Man," and Josh Kaufman performed "Get Her Back" with Robin Thicke. Josh Kaufman will perform with The Roots on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on May 21.

Season 7 of "The Voice" will premiere on NBC in the fall of 2014. The coaches will be Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Pharell Williams and Gwen Stefani. Christina Aguilera was set to return next season, but due to her pregnancy she will not make her return until season 8. Let us know if you think the right person won "The Voice" season 6 by leaving a comment on our Facebook page.

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