Alisan Porter Wins Season 10 Of 'The Voice'
Huffington Post - 9 months
After weeks of blind auditions, battles and live performances, "The Voice" has crowned its Season 10 winner.
Former child star Alisan Porter, who starred as the titular character in 1991's "Curly Sue," was named "The Voice" on Tuesday night, giving her coach, Christina Aguilera, her first win, as well.
Aguilera rushed to the stage to congratulate Porter after host Carson Daly announced her name, and even bowed down to her in front of the live studio audience. All Porter could do was scream, "Oh my God!" (Rightfully so!)
Porter impressed the judges from the beginning, wowing Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Pharrell and Adam Levine with her cover of "Blue Bayou" during her blind audition. Although she had some stiff competition in Adam Wakefield, Hannah Huston and Laith Al-Saadi, Porter was staging her Hollywood comeback since Week 1.
Throughout the competition, she channeled Janis Joplin, covered an Aerosmith power ballad and slayed Demi Lovato's "Stone Cold."
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