Oklahoma’s Swon Brothers come up short on ‘The Voice’

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Danielle Bradbery won the Season 4 finale on NBC’s “The Voice.”

Danielle Bradbery, the 16-year-old country-singing beauty, captured the Season 4 crown on “The Voice” Tuesday night.

Michelle Chamuel finished second and the Swon Brothers took third on NBC’s popular singing competition.

Bradbery’s victory came as no surprise. She was considered the competition’s front-runner for most of the season.

Blake Shelton, who coached both Bradbery and the Swon Brothers enjoyed his third straight win on “The Voice.”

Usher mentored Chamuel. This was Usher’s first-year as a coach.

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