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NBC's The Voice season 10 finale was a definitely a terrific one. There were star performances from Zayn Malik, Ariana Grande, Sia, Little Big Town, and coaches Christina Aguilera Blake Shelton, and the winner of the show's tenth season was crowned.
Team Xtina's finalist Alisan Porter was crowned the winner of The Voice of season 10. Fourth place went to Team Adam's own Laith Al-Saadi, third place went to Team Pharrell's Hannah Houston, and second place was Team Blake's Adam Wakefield.
Porter's win goes down in history as coach Christina Aguilera's first seasonal win, as well as it being the first seasonal win for a female coach, as former coaches Shakira and Gwen Stefani have not achieved the feat.
As a married mother of two and stepmom to one, Alisan proudly says that her family is "everything," but her current life is a far cry from a career in Hollywood that began nearly 30 years ago. When she was just two, Alisan started auditioning for commercials, and in the span of just two years, she was booking national commercials and was even featured on Star Search. With this exposure, she was put on the radar of every casting agency in Hollywood and soon began booking film roles - most notably the title role in the John Hughes film Curly Sue, starring Jim Belushi, and Parenthood, alongside Steve Martin. As a young adult, Alisan struggled with drugs and alcohol. Now eight years clean, she is proud to share her story of overcoming addiction and ready to give stardom one more shot on The Voice.
Watch Alisan Porter's perform "Somewhere" by Barbra Streisand below: