Carter Rubin Is “The Voice”
The 15-year-old walked away with the Season 19 crown, giving coach Gwen Stefani her first win. NBC's Mark Barger reports.
(NBC) — “The Voice” has a new champion.
Fifteen-year-old Carter Rubin walked away with the Season 19 crown, beating out Team Blake’s Jim Ranger in the final round.
“My dreams have become a reality and I’m here and I can’t believe I won,” Rubin said after his win.
Gwen Stefani, Rubin’s coach, says the teen’s talent and composure amazed her all season.
In addition to it being Stefani’s first winner, Rubin is also the youngest male winner in the show’s history.