On May 20, Josh Kaufman was declared the winner of The Voice 2014. While 18-year-old Texas country singer Jake Worthington put up a good fight with her stellar performances, in the end Josh was victorious. But, don’t feel bad for Jake. We have a feeling we haven't seen the last of this Team Blake Shelton crooner.
Take a look back at all the performances in Jake’s journey on The Voice.
Blind Audition: Jake Worthington Sings "Don't Close Your Eyes" by Keith Whitley
Battle Rounds, Part 1: Jake Worthington and Lexi Luca Sing "IT Goes Like This" by Thomas Rhett
Battle Rounds, Part 2: Jake Worthington and Tess Boyer Sing "Have a Little Faith in Me" by John Hiatt
Playoffs: Jake Worthington Sings “Anywhere With You” by Jake Owen
Top 12 Live Performances: Jake Worthington Sings "Anymore" by Travis Tritt
Top 10 Live Performances: Jake Worthington Sings "Run" by George Strait
Top 8 Live Quarterfinals: Jake Worthington Sings "Hillbilly Deluxe" by Brooks & Dunn
Top 5 Live Semifinals: Jake Worthington Sings “Good Ol’ Boys” by Waylon Jennings
Top 5 Live Semifinals: Jake Worthington Sings "Heaven" by Bryan Adams
Top 3 Live Finals: Jake Worthington Sings "Don't Close Your Eyes" by Keith Whitley (Encore Performance)
Top 3 Live Finals: Jake Worthington Sings "Right Here Waiting" by Richard Marx
Top 3 Live Finals: Jake Worthington and Blake Shelton Sing “A Country Boy Can Survive” by Hank Williams Jr.
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