It was a nail-biter, but only one of the Final Four—contestants Britton Buchanan (Team Alicia), Brynn Cartelli (Team Kelly), Spensha Baker and Kyla Jade (both Team Blake)—could claim the mighty mantle of The Voice tonight (Tuesday, May 22).

Following night one of Season 14's electrifying two-night finale on Monday (May 21), 14-year-old Brynn Cartelli took home the title, earning Coach Kelly Clarkson her first Voice victory and winning $100,000, plus a life-changing record deal with Universal Music Group.

Cartelli, who debuted their original song, "Walk My Way," on Monday, was the youngest contestant in Voice history. During the season finale, she performed "Issues" and "Jump" alongside Julia Michaels.

The other three finalists had the chance to perform with the season's previous contestants as well as some big names. Spensha Baker teamed up with Kane Brown on his song, "What Ifs." Ryan Adams and Britton Buchanan performed "To Be Without You," and Kyla Jade teamed up with The Voice judge Jennifer Hudson to perform "I Know Where I've Been" from Hairspray.

The star-studded finale also saw performances from a number of special guests. Dua Lipa performed her single, "IDGAF," while Florence + the Machine performed their new track, "Hunger." Alicia Keys teamed up with James Bay on his single, "Us," and Halsey and Big Sean performed their collab, "Alone." Season 13 winner Chloe Kohanski also performed her new single, "Come This Far." Finally, Jason Aldean performed "Drowns the Whiskey."

NBC renewed The Voice for a fifteenth season on May 10.