Season 3 of The Voice Crowns a Winner

Terry McDermott, Cassadee Pope, Nicholas David, and Carson Daly

Terry McDermott, Cassadee Pope, Nicholas David, and Carson Daly on 'The Voice' (Photo by: Tyler Golden/NBC)

On December 18, 2012 The Voice season three came to an end with the crowning of a new champion. The competition was fierce, with the three finalists – Terry McDermott, Nicholas David, and Cassadee Pope – representing only two of The Voice coaches (Blake Shelton and CeeLoe Green). And when the dust had settled and all the votes had been counted, the winner was announced as…
Spoiler Alert! Here it comes…the name of NBC’s The Voice‘s season three winner is…
Cassadee Pope.
Pope won the grand prize which includes a recording contract with Universal Republic Records. And her win also provided Blake Shelton with his second victory as a Voice coach, a fact I’m sure will be brought up often on season four. And speaking of season 4, the premiere date has been set for March 25, 2013.
Details on Cassadee Pope [Courtesy of NBC]:
Pope, from Los Angeles, is starting out fresh as a solo artist after touring with her pop/rock band, Hey Monday. She plays guitar as well as some bass, drums and violin and prides herself on knowing a “surprising amount of 1980s rock music.” In her spare time, Pope enjoys her hobbies of cooking, hiking and writing. Follow her on Twitter @CassadeePope and on Facebook:

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