On Tuesday night of May 23, 2018, the singing competition show, "The Voice," announced Brynn Cartelli as the season 14 winner. Cartelli became the youngest contestant to ever win the show at the age of 15. She was 14 when she auditioned for the show, but turned 15 back in April. Cartelli, a high school student from Massachusetts, became Kelly Clarkson's first contestant to join her team, as a coach on "The Voice" for the first time.

The season 14 finale show

The two-hour finale show was packed with performances by various contestants, as well as guest appearances by a variety of different artists.

Several of the featured stars in the finale show included Jason Aldean, Ryan Adams, Dua Lipa, Halsey with Big Sean, Florence and the Machine, and season 13 winner Chloe Kohanski.

The four finalists even got to perform with each of their favorite artists. It was reported by USA Today, winner Brynn Cartelli performed a medley of "Issues" and "Jump" with Julia Michaels, who wrote "Walk My Way," the original dance-pop song the high schooler performed Monday night.' Runner-up Britton Buchanan sang "To Be Without You" with North Carolina singer Ryan Adams. Kyla Jade the third place soulful gospel singer performed Queen Latifah's version of "I Know Where I've Been" with Jennifer Hudson, who according to USA Today encouraged her to be a contestant on the voice.

The fourth place country singer contestant Spensha Baker sang the duet single "What If" with country star Kane Brown.

Brynn Cartelli's journey on 'The Voice'

Brynn Cartelli proved she was a voice to be reckoned with, when she beautifully sang "Beneath Your Beautiful," causing Kelly Clarkson to turn her chair for the first time.

Blake Shelton pushed his button moments before Brynn finished her performance. Clarkson began to speak first and even sang, "I can win with you," not realizing she was truly foreshadowing the finale. When Shelton asked Cartelli who she was, and where she was from, Cartelli shocked them all by saying she was only 14-years old.

"You sound like a 36-year old who's been through it," was Adam Levine's response to Cartelli's age. After some bickering between Clarkson and Shelton, Cartelli decided to pick Clarkson.

Cartelli proved she was a powerhouse when she performed Taylor Swift's song "...Ready For It?" with contestant Dylan Hartigan in the epic battle round. After moving onto the next round, Cartelli showed her diversity by singing the ballad "Here Comes Goodbye" by the country music group Rascal Flatts. Cartelli further demonstrated her talents by showcasing her instrumental abilities on the piano at the beginning of her performance of "Unstoppable." She played with the emotions of the audience during her hauntingly emotional performance of "Fix You." During her finale performance of "Skyfall," Cartelli demonstrated her amazing range as she sang the difficult Adele ballad.

However, after Cartelli's incredible performances, and her big win on "The Voice," what does her future look like? It was reported by The Washington Post, that there are plenty of contestants who have struggled to establish music careers after being on the show. Yet, according to The Washington Post, they believe "Her coronation song, "Walk My Way" sounds like a track that could easily become a 2018 song of the summer contender, and it’s dropping at the perfect time.'

"Walk My Way" is an original song written by Julia Michaels, Nick Monson, and Justin Tranter, for one of Cartelli's final performances on the show. The pop song does have a catchy beat and was written by well-known names in the music industry.

Walk My Way" is something you would hear on the radio right now,” Cartelli explained Monday night after she sang it for the first time. “Just knowing that this is something current, this is something that people are going to be able to jam out to with their friends — it makes me pumped up to sing it.” It was reported by The Washington Post that after the show's finale Cartelli's song, "Walk My Way" became number one on iTunes. Whatever happens, Kelly Clarkson has reassured Cartelli that she has her full support.