"The Voice" season 5 came to an end on Tuesday night, after almost three months of gruesome competition. The new champion was crowned during a two-hour finale that saw some jaw-dropping performances by some of the biggest names in the music industry.
Tessanne Chin and Will Champlin of Team Adam and Jacquie Lee of Team Christina had made it to the finals after weeks of competition that involved several rounds of live performances and eliminations.
The grand finale kicked off with Celine Dion performed "Love Can Move Mountains" with Tessanne, Jacquie sang "Ain't It Fun" with Paramore, and Will performed "Wake Me Up" with Aloe Blacc.
The night also saw Celine singing "Incredible" with Ne-Yo, while OneRepublic performed "I Lived", and Lady Gaga hit the stage with Christina for a rendition of "Do What U Want". Several eliminated contestants returned to perform several songs, including Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," and Bruno Mars' "Treasure."
Then it was time for host Carson Daly to announce the winner of the season. And the winner was Tessanne, the Jamaican singer of Team Adam. She sang "Tumbling Down," an original song written by Ryan Tedder, after winning the title.
Team Christina's teenage girl Jacquie came second.
Tessanne, who performed "Try" by Pink in the blind audition, raced ahead of others in the final weeks with solid performances of songs like "Redemption Song", and "Bridge Over Troubled Water." She than sang Whitney Houston's "I Have Nothing" on Monday, a day before she was announced the winner.