A 15-yea-old from Shoreham, N.Y., final night won a recording contract as the winner of season 19 of “The Voice” on NBC.
The final 5 contestants were the winner – Carter Rubin, together with Jim Ranger, John Vacation, Dez, and Ian Flanigan.
Based on NBC, “Carter Rubin grew up in a musical family and was impressed by his grandfather, a guitarist and backup vocalist for Jay and the People.
Carter loves singing and playing music, particularly along with his older brother, Jack, who has autism. They carry out collectively at their household’s autism basis, which surprises households with journeys to amusement parks. Outside of the inspiration, Carter additionally performs in his college’s musicals and numerous group occasions.”
Fifth place went to Vacation, fourth to Dez, third to Flanigan, and second to Ranger.
“The Voice” is hosted by Carson Daly. Coaches are Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, John Legend, and Kelly Clarkson.
Rubin was on Workforce Gwen. This was Stefani’s first win as a coach on “The Voice.”