Wednesday Video Spotlight: Cassadee Pope becomes first female winner of “The Voice,” makes it two in a row for Blake Shelton’s team
Cassadee Pope, who was one of two finalists representing Oklahoma country music superstar Blake Shelton’s team, was named the first female winner of NBC’s hit reality show “The Voice” Tuesday night.
Team Blake actually had two of the three contenders in the finals: Pope and Terry McDermott, who finished second. The third-place finisher, Nicholas David, was representing Cee Lo Green’s team.
That makes two winning seasons in a row for Team Blake, whose Jermaine Paul won Season 2.
Check out last night’s announcement of the winner, along with Blake, Cee Lo and fellow coaches Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine performing Green Day’s “Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)”: