On Tuesday's season 15 finale of The Voice, Chevel Shepherd--the 16-year-old singer praised for her classic honky-tonk sound and yodeling talents--was crowned the winner. Shepherd’s win marks the second victory in a row for coach Kelly Clarkson, who won last season with her contestant Brynn Cartelli. Team Blake Shelton’s Chris Kroeze and Kirk Jay finished in second and third place, respectively. Meanwhile, Team Jennifer Hudson’s Kennedy Holmes--the 14-year-old fan-favorite who was the show's youngest contestant ever--finished in fourth place. (None of Adam Levine's contestants made it to the finals.) The episode also allowed each of the finalists to perform onstage with a huge star. Shepherd sang with Dan + Shay and Kroeze performed with the Doobie Brothers. Jay was joined by Rascal Flatts and Holmes teamed up with Kelly Rowland.