'The Voice': What's next for Chloe Kohanski and Red Marlow?

Chloe Kohanski

Chloe Kohanski

According to reports, Kohanski looked stunned as she was announced to be the victor for season 13 of "The Voice".

As Chloe Kohanski won The Voice USA final, mentor Blake Shelton became the most successful judge ever with a sixth win.

Cyrus made a huge mistake, however, when she chose to let Kohanski go during the Knockout Rounds and keep contestant Ashland Craft.

And that's more hard than you might think, even though all of the show's winners receive a recording contract with Universal Music Group.

And for those wondering, Shelton had one message for his Voice frenemy, fellow coach Adam Levine, who had just suffered a loss. "It is one thing for me to think that, but an overwhelming response from social media and just people and friends and families who text me".

Continuing the competition with Team Blake, Kohanski delivered an impressive interpretation of Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time" during the playoffs, which earned her a spot in the Top 12.

Kohanski stated in the press conference following the competition that she certainly did not expect to take home the grand prize. Rolling Stone stated that Shelton and Miley Cyrus had a "country-off", wherein Cyrus ended up being the victor of the affair.

"I don't know that Adam's really on the radar anymore", Shelton continued, poker-faced.

Chloe also wants "to plan a tour and I'm thinking about visuals for that as well. I'm very excited that this is just a catapult into what is a very creative process for me".

SEE 'The Voice' finale: Who had the best cover song - Addison Agen, Chloe Kohanski, Red Marlow or Brooke Simpson? Fans, however, primarily favored Kohanski for her renditions of 80's and 90's rock classics that greatly emphasize her vocal range. "I truly think Chloe can go on from here and become the first star that we've had come out of this show that can have some hit songs", he said.

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