In case you didn’t know, Maelyn Jarom is deaf in one ear but still has perfect pitch. Season 16 winner, the most recent got her eardrum damaged during a procedure some years ago. Jarmon’s luck has certainly changed since and when John Legend was chosen to be her mentor, she felt that it was a dream come true.
The Texas native belted the Leonard Cohen classic, “Hallelujah,” Unforgettable by Nat King Cole, and her original song, “Wait for You” for her final songs. Since the win was only a last year, time will tell whether or not she will endure.
Brynn Cartelli - $100,000
Move over Sawyer, Brynn Anne Cartelli is now officially the youngest contestant on The Voice, winning at just 15 years old. The Massachusetts-born singer won the 14th season of the show in 2018 and is already in for a promising career.
During the season's run, she was picked up by Kelly Clarkson who tirelessly trained for her finale songs "Don't Dream It's Over" (Crowded House), "Skyfall" (Adele), and her original song "Walk My Way." No doubt she delivered. Over the last few years, Cartelli has released plenty of singles, including "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." And her debut EP, "Based on a True Story," came out in May 2021.
Alisan Porter - $500,000
Alisan Porter returned to the spotlight and her to her fans when she appeared on the tenth season of The Voice. The former child star of the hit 90s film "Curly Sue" shocked audiences with her breathtaking voice and was picked by Christina Aguilera as her coach. Porter also made history as the first to win under the tutelage of a female coach giving Aguilera her first victory as a coach.
In addition to her vocal success, Alisan has appeared in a string of TV shows and films but, of course, her most memorable role will always be her 1991 classic, Curly Sue alongside Jim Belushi.
Javier Colon - $1.8 Million
Winner of The Voice's very first season in 2011, Javier Colon and his smooth "acoustic soul" stole the hearts of millions of audiences. Colon was a part of EmcQ and The Derek Trucks Band before he hit big as a solo artist. Before The Voice, he was also signed to Capitol Records between 2002 and 2006 under the stage name "Javier."
He was Adam Levine's first pick to mentor. According to the singer, their partnership on the show was the start of a great friendship. The two chat a few times a week on social media.
Tessanne Chin - $200,000
Jamaican soul artist Tessanne Chin grooved her way into the top spot on the fifth season of The Voice. The show's original favorite coach, Adam Levin took the reigns on this one nurturing her tirelessly while she prepared for her winning songs "Love Can Move Mountains" (Celine Dion), "Hold On, I'm A Comin" (Sam & Dave), "Tumbling Down" (Tessanne Chin).
Her competition was not easy either. She beat Jacquie Lee of Team Christina and her breathtaking performance of "I Have Nothing" by the incomparable Whitney Houston. Unfortunately, Chin hasn't released any music since her single "Fire," which came out in 2015.