Published: Fri, May 24, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

The Voice Season 16 Crowns a victor

The Voice Season 16 Crowns a victor

Maelyn Jarmon, the New York City waitress with flawless pitch, despite being deaf in one ear, ended her fairy-tale run Tuesday night by being crowned victor of season 16 of The Voice.

The top four finalists of The Voice ended up being Andrew Sevener (Team Blake), Gyth Rigdon (Team Blake), Dexter Roberts (Team Blake) and Maelyn Jarmon (Team John). Maelyn, a 26-year-old from Frisco, TX who was a member of The Voice coach John Legend's team, was declared the victor of The Voice's sixteenth season during the live two-hour finale broadcast on NBC.

Adam Levine has said on the show that Maelyn Jarmon should win. She's a natural born talent who always love music, but at just 2 years old, she had tubes inserted into her ears to treat recurring ear infections.

"That song was really challenging and you handled it so well", Legend said. I told Maelyn that I saw her as the Daenerys of the competition as she was the only female in this year's finale and was squaring off against three male members of Team Blake and we chatted about whether this was an advantage or disadvantage.

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"You ever see that movie The X-Men, where there's these two guys that are friends, but they're also trying to kill each other?" says Blake, but unfortunately that's where his X-Men knowledge stops when Marfuggi asks which coach is Professor X and which one is Magneto. "When I wrote it my wife and I were just starting to date and it just flew onto the paper", Rigdon revealed. It took me a minute-I'm not going to lie. "You could win this thing!", Shelton exclaimed.

"That was insane. I don't know how it will be impossible for you not to win the show".

Jarmon closed the show with a lovely version of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah", and Legend on his feet cheering her. Afterward, Adam described Maelyn as an "angel from heaven".

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