When Jermaine was announced the winner on May 8 the executives were doing their best to hide the fact that they were totally upset that he came out as the winner — read on to find out why!
Jermaine Paul might want to stop reading right now! The season two finale of The Voice was reportedly a big let down for executives of the show because they wanted Tony Lucca or Juliet Simms to win instead.
Did the feud help Jermaine on Team Blake Shelton win? Here’s what he told Hollywoodlife.com in a post-win interview.
Adam Levine‘s public feud with Christina Aguilera may have helped The Voice‘s ratings, but did it cost them both their chance to win the whole competition? Jermaine Paul ended up taking home the gold for Team Blake Shelton, and we caught up with him to get his thoughts on how the feud impacted his chances. “I don’t pay attention to any of that,” Jermaine told HollywoodLife.com after the finale. “Tony Lucca is an amazing artist, Chris Mann is an amazing artist, and Christina and Adam are both great coaches.”
Do you think the right singer was crowned ‘The Voice’? Find out who won the whole competition & give us your feedback!
After months of intense competition, the final four contestants — Tony Lucca, Juliet Simms, Jermaine Paul and Chris Mann — took to the stage on the May 8 season finale of The Voice, and one of them was officially crowned. So who had the honor of being named “The Voice”? Drumroll please…
The four finalists gave it their all on the first part of the two-night finale of ‘The Voice.’ Who do YOU think should win?
Fighting for a recording contract with Universal Republic, the four remaining contestants — Tony Lucca, Juliet Simms, Chris Mann and Jermaine Paul each delivered three performances on the May 7 episode of The Voice: a song they chose, one of their coach’s hits, and a duet with their coach.