The Voice Season 4 winner has officially been crowned and it's none other than 16-year-old Danielle Bradbery from Team Blake Shelton!

We can't say we're too surprised, considering Danielle's songs were topping the iTunes charts all season long. With memorable performances such as "Maybe It Was Memphis" by Pam Tillis and "Wasted" by Carrie Underwood, Danielle secured a solid fan base early in the competition and gained new loyal listeners as she delivered even stronger performances week after week.

When Danielle's name was announced on June 18 during the live season finale, she could hardly contain her emotion. In fact, she was rendered speechless!

"I don't even know right now. I'm so thankful. I'm sorry, I'm speechless," she said while getting showered in confetti. 

Coach Blake couldn't have been prouder as he ran up to the stage and gave his artist a big ol' grandpa hug.

Fellow finalists The Swon Brothers and Michelle Chamuel were obviously disappointed they didn't win, but looked thrilled for Danielle, who will receive a recording contract with Universal Republic Records.

Do you think Danielle deserved to win The Voice? Click here to watch all of Danielle's performances on The Voice Season 4 and tell us your thoughts below!