'The Voice': Blake Shelton taunts Adam Levine, predicts stardom for Chloe Kohanski

Chloe Kohanski

Kohanski is in great company, as the previous two singers with distinction are Season 3 "Voice" victor Cassadee Pope and Season 9 victor Jordan Smith, according to a news release. Shelton and Jennifer Hudson both swooped in to offer Kohanski a spot on their teams, and Kohanski chose Shelton.

Her original coach on the show was fellow Middle Tennessee native Miley Cyrus before getting stolen by Blake Shelton in the knockout rounds.

However, things nearly went very differently - because Kohanski could have been eliminated early on when she was dropped by her coach, Miley Cyrus, during the "knockout" round.

Kohanski, who previously worked at a coffee shop as she embarked on a solo career, now has a recording contract with Universal Music Group. Although she definitely deserved to win the competition, she was still competing with some formidable contestants such as Addison Agen from Team Adam, and Brooke Simpson from Team Miley, as well as her teammate, Red Marlow. For one of Kohanski's performances, she graced the stage along with Billy Idol, who is one of her personal inspirations. Rolling Stone stated that Shelton and Miley Cyrus had a "country-off", wherein Cyrus ended up being the victor of the affair.

She had previously revealed that she feels capable of winning the show, saying back in November: 'It's insane, but I feel like I could win. "People love Chloe", Shelton continued.

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"I do think she has what it takes. I'm very excited that this is just a catapult into what is a very creative process for me".

Kohanski went with Shelton, who called her "the most iconic voice we've ever had on this show".

After named the victor of season 13, the 23-year-old Kochanski told the reporters, "I never had a moment where I thought I have this in the bag".

Kohanski was a firm fan favourite throughout the thirteenth series of The Voice, belting out rock tracks week in, week out. "I truly think Chloe can go on from here and become the first star that we've had come out of this show that can have some hit songs", he said.

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