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The Voice coach Blake Shelton has always been wildly supportive of the artists on his team, but he puts Danielle Bradbery in another category after her big victory on the season 4 finale Tuesday night.
"I think it's the most important win we have had so far on The Voice because Danielle is the first winner of The Voice that had no professional experience in the past," he told PEOPLE Tuesday, after she beat out her teammates, the Swon Brothers, and Usher's singer, Michelle Chamuel. "Her biggest performances ever were for her family at Thanksgiving."
"People are just wrapped around her finger for a reason," Shelton said, praising her professional debut on the show. "God sprinkled just a little bit more on Danielle Bradbery than he did the rest of us and I'm just glad to call her a friend."
Happy birthday to Blake Shelton!
The Voice coach – whose singer Danielle Bradbery was crowned the winner Tuesday night – has a lot to celebrate as he turns 37 June 18.
"We are going to go to the wrap party [for The Voice] and we are going to blow it out," Shelton told PEOPLE after the big finale, which included performances by Cher and Christina Aguilera. "That means drinking our face off. No sugar coating that."
You've seen the sketti. You redneck-ognize their special brand of Southern cuisine. But you've never had a chance to smell the world Honey Boo Boo and her quirky clan inhabit – until now.
TLC has revealed that the July 17 season premiere episodes of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo will be a "Watch 'n Sniff" event. They even got family matriarch – and onetime Baywatch impersonator – "Mama June" Shannon to explain how it works.
"Get your card. When you see the number on your TV, scratch the corresponding number, take big whiff and see what you smell," she explains in her signature drawl.
If you thought you were the only one who adored Channing Tatum, think again.
PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive can now add a few famous fans to his list of admirers, specifically Miley Cyrus, Matt Damon, Jamie Foxx, Olivia Munn and Gabourey Sidibe, who all appeared in a hilarious video paying tribute to the Magic Mike star on Tuesday's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Cher is back!
Glammed up in a punk-rock look that included a fierce faux-hawk wig, the singer, 67, made her much-anticipated first TV performance in 10 years on Tuesday night's season finale of The Voice, which crowned Danielle Bradbery the winner.
The music icon hit the stage to perform "Woman's World," a throbbing dance tune that is the first single from her upcoming album, Closer to the Truth.
Wearing black boots, a short jeweled jacket covering a halter top with webbed netting exposing a bit of her still-taut midriff, Cher jammed with a host of back-up dancers as judges and the audience welcomed her with loud cheers. Watch the performance below.