A 37-year-old Texas native named Sundance Head walked away the winner of The Voice's eleventh season last night (December 13), but it was pop big shots Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Bruno Mars who might have stolen the show.

Clarkson, who's been on a teary Hamilton Mixtape tour of sorts, performed a duet of "It's Quiet Uptown" with eventual second-place finisher Billy Gilman.

Mars, who assumed the NBC show's stage solo, got the crowd on its feet with a memorable delivery of the hit "24K Magic."

Legend joined third-place finisher We McDonald, new coach Alicia Keys' top protege, for a take on Legend's latest, "Love Me Now."

Head told Us Weekly after the crowning that competing on The Voice amounted to an evolution he never saw coming.

"The show changed me," Head tells Us. "One thing it did teach me was how much I love and respect my wife and also my family, and how much they really mean to me. I mean, of course you love your kids, but I hadn’t been away from my children for four months before, and it was really hard, and it got really difficult up to, you know, even this week."

Did you catch the show, and think Head was the rightful winner? Share your thoughts on the latest Voice champion in the comments.

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