Huntley won ‘The Voice’ Season 24: Finale performance

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The singer from Team Niall, Huntley, and the singer from Team Reba, Ruby Leigh, competed against each other on NBC’s “The Voice” for the title of Season 24 “The Voice.” However, who emerged victorious in the end?Huntley, right, joined musical forces with his coach Horan for an earnest acoustic rendition of “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” by Bob Dylan.

There was a lively rendition of “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” by Brenda Lee that Leigh and her coach Reba McEntire performed on Tuesday night before the winner was announced. They got their Christmas groove on with this rendition. Throughout the course of the season, Leigh, who is 16 years old, has wowed the coaches with her showmanship that is beyond her years. McEntire has admitted that she did not possess the maturity that she does now when she was in her teens.

While this was going on, Huntley collaborated with his coach Niall Horan to perform an authentic acoustic performance of Bob Dylan’s song “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.” An epic rendition of Creed’s “Higher” was performed by Huntley on Monday, which was the final performance of the competition. The coaches praised his performance, which was a rockin’ dose of nostalgia from the late 1990s.

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During a portion that was prerecorded, Horan stated, “Huntley is the kind of guy I’d hang out with anyway.” In response, Huntley responded in a humorous manner, “After our contracts are over, we’re going to go pub golfing.” Also, we are going to have a wonderful time together.
It is now time for the two of them to go out to a pub and celebrate their success. It was determined that the vocalist from Virginia was the victor of the 24th season of “The Voice.”

“(Niall) showed me that I can be myself in this industry,” Huntley said of Horan prior to his victory. “I would like to thank Niall for that.” “I can be my goofy Huntley self, and I love that.”‘Trying to be like’ Lila Forde is what John Legend has said he is doing.
A jazzy rendition of Ella Fitzgerald’s “Sleigh Ride” was performed by Lila Forde, a member of Team Legend, and her coach, John Legend, in order to get into the holiday spirit.They are like two birds of a feather, and Forde and Legend admire each other for their ability to execute while maintaining their “cool under pressure” attitude.

“I see that in you already. “Wow, he really is capable of doing that live,” I thought to myself as I saw your performance onstage. The statement was made by Forde in a program that had been prerecorded, and Legend responded by saying, “You’ve been doing it every week.” I’m making an effort to learn from you.Forde’s composure was put to the test when her journey on “Voice” was unsuccessful in achieving triumph. The singer from Seattle finished in fifth place overall.

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