‘The Voice’: Did Maelyn Jarmon deserve to win season 16 or was Gyth Rigdon robbed? [POLL]

Maelyn Jarmon won season 16 of “The Voice” on Tuesday over Gyth Rigdon in one of the closest votes in the history of the show. Dexter Roberts came in third while Andrew Sevener was fourth. Did Maelyn deserve to win “The Voice”? Vote in our poll below and then sound off in our comments section with your thoughts on the winner as well as your opinions of host Carson Daly and coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.

Maelyn was the lone woman in the Top 4 and the only artist coached by John. While this EGOT champ had served as a mentor in previous seasons, this was the first time he turned his hand to coaching. The three men still standing were all coached by Blake, who remains in the hunt for that elusive seventh win.

Maelyn came into the results show as the frontrunner, having earned the five-times vote multiplier based on the chart-topping streams on Apple Music of her solo songs from Monday’s finale. Of her three rivals, Gyth and Andrew landed a tune in the top 10 while Dexter was a surprising also-ran.

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Before you vote in our poll for the artist who most deserved to win season 16 of “The Voice” take a minute to review all the songs sung by these talents over the course of the season.

Maelyn Jarmon
Blind Audition: “Fields of Gold”
Battles: “When We Were Young”
Cross Battle: “Mad World”
Top 24: “Fallingwater”
Top 13: “The Scientist”
Top 8: “Stay”
Top 4 cover: “Hallelujah”; Top 4 duet: “Unforgettable”; Top 4 original: “Wait for You”

Gyth Rigdon
Blind Audition: “Drift Away”
Battles: “Drunk Me”
Cross Battle: “Goodbye Time”
Top 24: “I Want to Be Loved Like That”
Top 13: “Nobody But Me”
Top 8: “God Bless the U.S.A.”
Top 4 cover: “Once in a Blue Moon”; Top 4 duet: “Take It Easy”; Top 4 original: “Proof I’ve Always Loved You”

Dexter Roberts
Blind Audition: “Like a Cowboy”
Battles: “Hurricane”
Cross Battle: “Believe”
Top 24: “Ain’t Nothing ’bout You”
Top 13: “Something Like That”
Top 8: “Here Without You”
Top 4 cover: “Anything Goes”; Top 4 duet: “Hard Working Man”; Top 4 original: “Looking Back”)

Andrew Sevener
Blind Audition: “Honky Tonk Women”
Battles: “Tequila”
Cross Battle: “Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde”
Top 24: “Boots On”
Top 13: “She Got the Best of Me”
Top 8: “Long Haired Country Boy”
Top 4 cover: “Lips of an Angel”; Top 4 duet: “All Right Now”; Top 4 original: “Rural Route Raising”)

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