Jermaine Paul, Chris Mann, Juliet Simms and Tony Lucca performed for the last time on the stage of “The Voice” last night, say Us Weekly. They were incredibly nervous as host Carson Daly interviewed them before announcing that the winner of the second season of “The Voice” is Jermaine Paul.
Jermaine Paul was overcome by emotions when he found out that the judges decided to name him the winner of the second edition of the talent show, “The Voice”. Minutes earlier, the backup singer for Alicia Keys, declared that winning would mean the world to him. The other three finalists were just as anxious as him to hear the results of the competition. Opera singer Chris Mann told Daly that he has acquired a lot of experience thanks to the show, so he would feel happy regardless of the outcome. Both Simms and Lucca stated in front of the cameras that the show has given them the opportunity to prove that their work wasn’t in vain and to accomplish their childhood dreams.
After the interview, Daly opened the envelope to read the results. There was a lot of tension in the air as the host announced that Chris Mann received the fourth place and Tony Lucca, the third. He further explained that there was a four-point difference between the second and the first contestants. He made a pause and then, announced that Paul was the victor of the second season.
Blake Shelton went on stage to congratulate Paul. He was very exuberant and he could not refrain himself from hugging Paul while repeating him “You did it, you did it!” Paul, too, was overcome by emotions, but he managed to thank his family and friends for the support they have shown to him. The winner interpreted the same song from Monday, R. Kelly’s “I Believe I Can Fly”, as the show was coming to an end. Paul invited his wife on stage and danced with her throughout the entire performance.