Who won 'The Voice'? What to know about 18-year-old winner Gina … – The Cincinnati Enquirer

The fans have spoken, and Gina Miles has been crowned the winner of “The Voice.”
Season 23 of NBC’s singing competition wrapped up with the second part of the season finale Tuesday. Part one of the finale aired Monday night, where the season’s Top 5 performed a ballad and up-tempo song for the coaches and viewers were able to cast their votes.
CeeLo Green, Diplo, Lily Rose, Maroon 5 and Toosii performed during Tuesday’s show. Camila Cabello, Jennifer Hudson, Nick Jonas, John Legend, Gwen Stefani, Usher, Pharrell Williams, Dolly Parton and more also made guest appearances.
Besides the unveiling of the season winner, Tuesday’s finale also marked longtime coach Blake Shelton’s last show.
Here’s what to know about the newest winner of “The Voice.”
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Gina Miles won the show’s 23rd season under coach and mentor Niall Horan.
Gina Miles is an 18-year-old singer from Paxton, Illinois.
She first became interested in music at 14 years old by helping her father, who was a DJ, set up his equipment for performances, according to her “Voice” bio.
Gina Miles is 18 years old, making her the second-youngest finalist on “The Voice” Season 23.
If you missed the live finale on Tuesday, fret not. You will be able to watch it Wednesday on Peacock, NBCUniversal’s streaming service.
Grace West from Team Blake, D. Smooth with Team Kelly, Gina Miles from Team Niall, Sorelle with Team Chance and Noivas from Team Blake made it into the Season 23 Top 5.
Country music veteran Reba McEntire will replace Blake Shelton, who has been on “The Voice” since its beginning, as a coach next season.
Blake Shelton announced Season 23 of “The Voice” would be his last in October.
“Can’t believe it’s been 23 seasons of @nbcthevoice… and especially can’t believe today is my final episode,” he tweeted Tuesday. “It’s bittersweet. When we signed up for season 1, I don’t think any of us knew what this was going to be.. These past 12 years I have made lifelong friends and memories.”
In an interview with People, Shelton suggested he was leaving the show to work on other endeavors and prioritize time with his family. The country star is married to Gwen Stefani and is a stepfather to her three kids.
“It’s time to push some of this [work] stuff out and let more family and personal life in,” he told the magazine.
Reba McEntire, John Legend, Niall Horan and Gwen Stefani will serve as coaches for “The Voice” Season 24, according to the show’s Twitter.
The first season of “The Voice” premiered in 2011.
Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton were the coaches on Season 1 of “The Voice.”


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