Chloe Kohanksi won season 13 of “The Voice” on Tuesday by edging out Addison Agen in one of the closest votes in the history of the reality competition series. Agen, who was coached by three-time winning coach Adam Levine, had been strongly positioned heading into Tuesday’s finale based on her performances Monday night.
All three of the songs that Aden sung on Monday made the iTunes top 10, thus qualifying for the vote multiplier. She grabbed the top spot with her original single “Tennessee Rain.” Her cover of the Tim McGraw Grammy-winning hit “Humble and Kind” was in fifth place. And her duet with coach Adam Levine on the Oscar-winning “Falling Slowly” took the 10th and final slot.
Kohanski, who became the sixth winner for coach Blake Shelton, only landed two of her three songs in the top 10 on iTunes. She was in second place on the sales chart with the original tune “Wish I Didn’t Love You” and her cover of Kim Carnes‘ 1981 chart-topper “Bette Davis Eyes” came in seventh.
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Below, a listing of the first dozen runners-up, including who bested them.
Season 1: Dia Frampton (lost to Javier Colon).
Season 2: Juliet Simms (lost to Jermaine Paul).
Season 3: Terry McDermott (lost to Cassadee Pope).
Season 4: Michelle Chamuel (lost to Danielle Bradbery).
Season 5 : Jacquie Lee (lost to Tessanne Chin).
Season 6: Jake Worthington (lost to Josh Kaufman).
Season 7: Matt McAndrew (lost to Craig Wayne Boyd).
Season 8: Meghan Linsey (lost to Sawyer Fredericks).
Season 9: Emily Ann Roberts (lost to Jordan Smith).
Season 10: Adam Wakefield (lost to Alisan Porter).
Season 11: Billy Gilman (lost to Sundance Head).
Season 12: Lauren Duski (lost to Chris Blue).