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'The Voice' Finale Live Blog! Who Is the Season 7 Winner?

We are live-blogging “The Voice” finale results episode tonight! The show is sure to be a wild ride as superstars like Ed Sheeran, Hozier, Jennifer Hudson and Bruno Mars take the stage before the Season 7 winner is crowned. 

The four contestants vying for the top spot are Chris Jamison, Damien Lawson and Matt McAndrew from team Adam Levine and Craig Wayne Boyd from Team Blake Shelton. Pharrell and Gwen Stefani no longer have contestants in the race.

Click here for our recap from night one of “The Voice” finale.

SPOILERS AHEAD! Read on to find out who will be crowned the winner!

After the show Blake Shelton and winner Craig Wayne Boyd spoke to the media at a press conference. Blake called the win "mission impossible," considering Adam had three contestants at the finale. "I will rub it in Adam’s face, he may quit the show before I’m done rubbing this in his face," he said, adding, "What’s awesome is that this guy (Craig) owns this trophy."

Craig said, "I really haven’t had time to process it, I think I was just onstage a minute or two ago... I was [emotional when I found out], I probably screamed like a girl. It caught me off guard."

10:56 PM: The winner of "The Voice" is Craig Wayne Boyd from Team Blake! Matt McAndrew from Team Adam is the runner-up!

10:55 PM: The artist in third place is... Chris Jamison from Team Adam!

10:54 PM: Carson announces that the artist in fourth place is... Damien from Team Adam!

10:49 PM: We didn't see this coming... the coaches are performing! Pharrell, Gwen, Adam and Blake take the stage for the holiday favorite "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."

10:43 PM: Duet time! Chris Jamison teams up with Jessie J for "Masterpiece."

10:36 PM: Damien hits the stage with friends Anita Antoinette, DaNica Shirey, and Elyjuh Rene for an energetic performance of Marvin Gaye's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."

10:27 PM: It's time for another bring back performance! Matt McAndrew sings Fleetwood Mac's "Go Your Own Way" with Sugar Jones, Taylor Phelan, Taylor John Williams and  Mia Pfirrman. 

10:22 PM: Next up... Ed Sheeran singing a sweet rendition of "Thinking Out Loud." 

10:16 PM: What a duo! Damien and Jennifer Hudson heat up the stage with "Your World." 

10:07 PM: Meghan Trainor looks festive in a black and gold sparkly dress as she sings her new single "Lips Are Movin."

9:58 PM: It's Craig Wayne Boyd's turn to team up with a star act. The country crooner is singing "Sweet Home Alabama" with Lynyrd Skynyrd and it sounds just like you would expect... awesome.

9:56 PM: The contestants just got their Nissans. Lucky guys!

9:55 PM: It's a look back at the finalists doing a holiday show. How sweet! 

9:49 PM: Time for a little celebrity action! It's Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson performing "Uptown Funk"! Oh, and Bruno is wearing curlers in his hair!

9:44 PM: Wow! The ladies of "The Voice" take over the stage! DaNica Shirey, Sugar Jones, Jean Kelley, Mia Pfirrman and Bryana Salaz make an impressive team singing Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj's "Bang Bang." 

9:38 PM: Like a pro, Matt McAndrew joins Fall Out Boy for their performance of "Centuries."

9:31 PM: Chris Jamison is singing his bring back song with a little help from Luke Wade, Ryan Sills, Taylor Phelan and Ricky Manning. The guys sing a fun rendition of Lloyd's "Dedication to My Ex."  

9:22 PM: Next up is Grammy nominated Hozier with "Take Me to Church." The Irish singer belts out the haunting song with amidst laser lights and lots and lots of fog.

9:13 PM: It's time for the first bring back song! Craig Wayne Boyd chose former contestants DaNica Shirey, Sugar Jones and Taylor Brashears to join him for a rocking rendition of Georgia Satellites' "Keep Your Hands to Yourself."  

9:11 PM: Gwen, who is leaving the show after this season, says the experience was incredible. 

9:05 PM: The top 20 are back and opening the show with Bastille's "Pompeii." 

9 PM: The show kicks off with some big news, the top 4 finalists made history last night! Each of their original songs made the top 10 on iTunes.

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