The Voice cast and crew had to make major changes to end season 18, but they were able to cross in the final weeks of the season with remote episodes that ultimately ended in the crowning of a winner.
Tuesday, Todd Tilghman, 41, a pastor from Meridian, Mississippi, became the winner of the NBC singing contest. He was part of Blake Shelton’s team, and the victory marked the seventh time the country’s superstar has won a season. The last time he won the award was in season 13 when Chloé Kohanski was named the winner. The Voice Crowns Season 18 Champion Remotely Amid COVID-19 Pandemic – Which Celebrity Coach Got The Win?
For the final episodes of the season, the coaches and competitors appeared from a distance from their respective homes. The final candidates still managed to deliver incredible performances, and Tilghman finally won the home vote.
“When my name was called, I lost consciousness,” Tilghman told Shelton after his victory. The singer from God’s Country said that Tilghman was just as talented as the other four finalists, and he thought the thing that put him above it was relativity.