And the winner is... (NBC)
(USA Today) -- The final four on The Voice was a diverse group with solid support from the coaches and America throughout the blind auditions, battle rounds and live performances. On Tuesday night's live finale, only one singer could win the record deal and title of "The Voice."
Was it Juliet Simms, the touring rocker; Jermaine Paul, the former Alicia Keys backup singer; Chris Mann, the classically trained opera singer; or Tony Lucca; the former Mouseketeer-turned-folk rocker? After two hours of performances and video montages, the champion was announced.
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Fourth place was Chris. Third was Tony. Second was Juliet.
The winner of Season 2 of The Voice: Jermaine Paul, for Team Blake Shelton.
With a tear running down his cheek, Jermaine said, "I just wanna say thank you to everybody that voted for me." He thanked specific family members and said, "Nobody but Jesus, man." He closed the show by crying and hugging his family, all while singing I Believe I Can Fly.
A rundown of the performances:
Finalist Jermaine, with Voice castoffs Jamar Rogers, Pip and James Massone in matching gold suits and dance moves, performed The Jackson 5's I Want You Back.
Flo Rida took the stage to sing Whistle and Wild Ones with finalist Juliet singing Sia's part of the second song.
Finalist Chris Mann brought this season's Katrina Parker and Lindsey Pavao back to sing Bittersweet Symphony on a smoky stage.
Hall & Oates sang Rich Girl with finalists Tony, Chris and Jermaine singing backup.
Castoffs Naia Kete, Cheesa, Kim Yarbrough and Sera Hill belted Superstition.
Finalist Juliet sang With a Little Help from My Friends with Erin Willett, RaeLynn and Jamar as balloons fell on the crowd.
Lady Antebellum performed their song Wanted You More.
Finalist Tony brought castoff Jordis Unga onstage to sing Go Your Own Way.
And, finally, Justin Bieber danced and sang in a highly anticipated performance of Boyfriend.
There were a couple of comedy skits/NBC promos, naturally: A Parks & Recreation short featured CeeLo and his spinning chair from the blind auditions. And Kenan Thompson from SNL dressed as CeeLo and petted his own Purrfect the cat.