Music superstars John Legend, from left, Gwen Stefani, Camila Cabello and Blake Shelton lent their talent and expertise for Season 22 of "The Voice."
Girl Named Tom entered "The Voice" history books on Dec. 14, 2021.
Girl Named Tom was the first act to audition and the first four-chair-turn of the season. Their win marks Kelly Clarkson's fourth win as a "Voice" coach.
Much like the Nina Simone classic Cam Anthony sang during the Knockout round, the 19-year-old is "feeling good" after winning Season 20 of "The Voice" in 2021.
Anthony's win hands Blake Shelton yet another title. The last original coach on the NBC singing competition adds to his record as the winningest coach in the show's history with eight wins under his cowboy belt.
The season 19 finale of "The Voice" ushered in the youngest male winner ever at 15 years old: Carter Rubin, from Team Gwen Stefani.
Carter Rubin's win handed Stefani her first win in her fifth season as a coach.
Jake Hoot was Season 17's winner on "The Voice," earning Kelly Clarkson her third coaching win in four years on the show.