‘The Voice’ finale: Overwhelming frontrunner Jordan Smith wins 9th season championship

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The ninth season champion of “The Voice” is Jordan Smith based on a popular vote and impressive iTunes sales. He was the overwhelming frontrunner with 2/7 odds, so his victory on Tuesday night was no surprise at all. His coach Adam Levine prevails for the third time in mentoring the winning artist.

Second place went to Emily Ann Roberts for Team Blake Shelton, who also had the third place contestant in Barrett Baber. The fourth place artist was Jeffery Austin for coach Gwen Stefani. Last year’s victorious coach Pharrell Williams had no contenders in the finale this week.

Related: Our predictions on which artist will win ‘The Voice’ this season

The overstuffed live show revealed the results near the end. That followed a long list of famous performers, including Coldplay, Missy Elliott, Sam Hunt, Ricky Skaggs, Usher, Wynonna, and The Weeknd.

Congratulations to our reader Sunhound for being one of 25 people with perfect scores in this week’s contest. All of them predicted the exact order the final four artists would finish and who would be the winning coach. Since Sunhound has the best point score of 92,200 thanks to using his special 500 and 200 point bets wisely, he is at the top of all those perfect readers. If he is eligible as per our contest rules, he will win a $100 Amazon gift certificate.

Check out the overall Season 9 leaderboard to the right. Sunhound is also best for the season with a 75% accuracy rate. That means he also wins an additional $100 gift certificate as the ninth season top scorer. Next in line are Benutty at 73%, Hugo Silva at 72%,  WiltedYouth at 71%, and Shack88fan at 70%.

While this season of “The Voice” is now over, we continue to forecast the nominees of the Oscars and winners of the Golden Globes, Grammys, SAG Awards, and more. Click on any box to bring up that event and get started.

Photo courtesy of NBC.

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