The Voice Season 22 winner, Bryce Leatherwood performed his new single “The Finger” on the first night of The Voice’s Season 24 finale on Monday, December 18.
After a fun journey filled with surprises, steals, and saves, the 24th season of NBC’s The Voice has officially come to an end.
It has been a riveting competition, with each powerhouse artist giving their all in the intense race for victory. This season also marked a historic red chair remix, being the first after Blake Shelton bid a heartfelt departure to the series.
While fans eagerly await the announcement of the winner of the coveted title of The Voice champion, the season’s final episode was set to feature not only the last performances of the Top 5 contestants but also a star-studded lineup of performers, including former champ Bryce Leatherwood.
Leatherwood took to his Instagram page on Friday (Dec. 15) to announce the exciting news.
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Bryce Leatherwood was named the winner of Season 22 of The Voice
Leatherwood emerged as one of the three finalists from Team Blake in Season 22. Shelton secured his ninth and final Voice win with Leatherwood. Today, he holds the record for the most wins of any coach on the show.
“I am lost for words…this experience has been one that I will cherish for the rest of my life. The incredible people I have met along this journey have made this all worth it. To my family, the people of Georgia, and for my fans watching around the world, THIS IS FOR YALL! God is good.”
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Bryce Leatherwood returns to The Voice stage to perform “The Finger”
Leatherwood released his first official track, “The Finger,” in October after teasing new music throughout the year. The mid-tempo jam is a playful send-off to an ex-girlfriend who Leatherwood is realizing has moved on for good.
In the fun, explosive chorus, Leatherwood sings, “Yeah, he got her hand to hold on the long ride; I got a cloud of dust and the taillights. He’s got his best days comin’, mine ain’t comin’ back.”