The final four graced the stage of the NBC singing contest series "The Voice" once last time as the season 2 winner was crowned.
With tense moments in the pre-finale show on Monday between coaches Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine, the singing stars were not only in it for their contestants but also bragging rights as Levine aimed to have another contestant win the big prize.
Which contestant earned the record contract and a $100,000 prize? Which coach earned bragging rights? Find out below. Warning: Spoilers ahead!
Jermaine Paul, Blake Shelton's contestant, was crowned the winner of season 2 of "The Voice" on May 8, 2012.
Juliet Simms, Cee Lo Green's contestant, was the runner-up.Tony Lucca, Adam Levine's contestant, placed third in the competition. Chris Mann, Christina Aguilera's contestant ended up in fourth place.
Paul is from upstate New York. The 33-year-old sang R. Kelly's 1996 song "I Believe I Can Fly" and Christian music singer Dave Barnes' 2010 track "God Gave Me You." He and Shelton sang a duet of the 1967 Sam and Dave song "Soul Man."
The show also had several live performances including Justin Bieber singing his new single "Boyfriend," Flo Rida performing "Wild Ones" with finalist Juliet Simms, Lady Antebellum performing "Wanted You More" and Hall & Oates singing their 1976 hit "Rich Girl."