The Voice season 24 crowned Huntley as the winner. The latest season came to an end and finally revealed their winner after the two-part finale.
Huntley’s win marked team Niall's second win in the show, meanwhile Ruby Leigh took the second spot and third place went to Mara Justine.
Jacquie Roar and Lila Forde landed on the fourth and fifth spot, respectively.
During the first half of the finale that was aired on Monday, December 18, the five singers that remained in the game; Huntley (Team Niall), Jacquie Roar (Team Reba), Lila Forde (Team Legend), Mara Justine (Team Niall), and Ruby Leigh (Team Reba) had to perform twice.
Later, part two of the grand finale, along with the contestants' performance, featured a slew of other performances by the judges, coaches and top 12 singers from the season.
After two wins under his belt, Horan has been departing from the singing competition and will not join season 25.
As The Voice season 24 concluded with electrifying performances just now, fans are looking forward to season 25.
The coaches on board for season 25 of The Voice will be Reba McEntire, Chance the Rapper, John Legend and Dan + Shay, the duo will be joining the competition as the first ever joint coaches.
Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney, the vocalist and songwriter behind the Dan + Shay pop duo, will be replacing the former One direction singer, Horan, 30, in the upcoming season.
When the country pop singers were announced as the joint coaches, The Voice shared a glimpse of what the famous red spinning chair would look like.
What’s really fascinating is that instead of “I want you” the text on platform of the chair read as, “We want you.”