Team Christina’s Alisan Porter Wins “The Voice,” Adam Wakefield Takes Second, Hannah Third

In the final minutes of Tuesday’s two-hour results show, NBC’s “The Voice” revealed Team Christina’s Alisan Porter as its tenth winner.

It marked the first time that a contestant from a female-coached team emerged victorious.

Porter, whose Monday night setlist included original single “Down That Road,” “Somewhere,” and “You’ve Got A Friend (with Christina Aguilera),” received more votes than fellow finalists Adam Wakefield, Hannah Huston, and Laith al-Saadi.

Wakefield, a member of Team Blake, took second place. Team Pharrell’s Huston was the third place finisher, while Team Adam’s al-Saadi landed in fourth.

NBC’s “The Voice” is back this fall with returning coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine and new coaches Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys.

Written by Brian Cantor

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