America voted, the hopes, prayers and support went up and a champion from Cypress was crowned; Danielle Bradbery won the latest installment of NBC’s “The Voice”!
Bradbery who has no formal training as a singer, beat out hundreds of singing hopefuls to take it all during Tuesday’s finale show.
Led by her superstar coach and country crooner Blake Shelton, Bradbery rose to stardom and vocal strength with each practice and performance.
Bradbery who also became the youngest and the first country singer to win, was reportedly born in League City and moved to Cypress.
She has also claimed to sing in front of her mirrors instead of thousands. Bradbery takes home the honor of being crowned season 4’s winner as well as that $100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group.
Tweets for Bradbery covered much of Twitter:
Seriously Danielle Bradbery needs to marry me… — Tyler Jackson (@tylersonofjack) June 19, 2013
From wedding proposals to support for her future musical endeavors, Bradbery received it all! Congratulations Danielle! We knew you could do it!