Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson Stun With Duet of “O’ Holy Night” on “Voice” Finale [Watch]


As “The Voice” season 15 came to an end Tuesday night (Dec.18), crowning Chevel Shepherd the winner, there was one standout performance by coaches Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson that stopped everyone in their tracks.

In the spirit of the holidays, Kelly and Jennifer joined forces for a stunning rendition of the holiday classic “O’ Holy Night.” Kelly, dressed in a black sparkly gown and Jennifer, in a white flowing dress, used their powerful vocals to belt out the heartwarming hymn.

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In addition to the shining performance, Kelly shined from the coaches seat as she took home the win for a second consecutive year. Team Kelly’s Chevel Shepherd won “The Voice,” making Kelly 2-for-2, winning her first two seasons on the show.

Look out Blake Shelton, she’s coming for ya.

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Winning “The Voice” Coaches 

Season 1 – Adam Levine with Javiar Colon

Season 2 – Blake Shelton with Jermaine Paul

Season 3 – Blake Shelton with Cassadee Pope

Season 4 – Blake Shelton with Danielle Bradbery

Season 5 – Adam Levine with Tessanne Chin

Season 6 – Usher with Josh Kaufman

Season 7 – Blake Shelton with Craig Wayne Boyd

Season 8 – Pharrell Williams with Sawyer Fredericks

Season 9 – Adam Levine with Jordan Smith

Season 10 – Christina Aguilera with Alisan Porter

Season 11 – Blake Shelton with Sundance Head

Season 12 – Alicia Keyes with Chris Blue

Season 13 – Blake Shelton with Chloe Kohanski

Season 14 – Kelly Clarkson with Brynn Cartelli

Season 15 – Kelly Clarkson with Chevel Shepherd

Lisa Konicki
A New Yorker that made her way to the South, Lisa got her love of country music from her dad, who always played the classics. However, her love of fried pickles, a southern staple, came from Blake Shelton, who made her try her very first one. With 20 years experience in the music biz—previously at the helm of Country Weekly Magazine —Lisa loves to de-stress by going to the movies, playing and watching sports or just being outdoors.