AceShowbiz - %cBlake Shelton% has affirmed his title as a coach with the most wins on "The Voice". The country crooner led another of his proteges, %cCraig Wayne Boyd%, to win the seventh edition of the singing competition series. Craig, a 35-year-old father from Nashville, Tennessee, beat %cDamien%, %cChris Jamison% and %cMatt McAndrew% who were all from Team %cAdam Levine%.
Matt was declared the runner-up, Chris came in the third place, while Damien who was brought back to the competition through the Wild Card round finished in the fourth place. Craig was showered by confetti as he sang original song "My Baby's Got a Smile On Her Face" with his family joining him on stage.
Before the winner was announced at the last few minutes, audience was treated to performances by A-list stars as well as the Top 20. %cHozier% performed "Take Me to Church", %cBruno Mars% and %cMark Ronson% teamed up for a performance of "Uptown Funk", %cMeghan Trainor% sang "Lips Are Movin", %cJennifer Hudson% joined Damien for a rendition of "It's Your World", %cEd Sheeran% performed "Thinking Out Loud", and %cJessie J% teamed up with Chris Jamison to deliver "Masterpiece".
The coaches including Blake, Adam, %cPharrell Williams% and %cGwen Stefani% got into the holiday spirit as they sang "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" together. %cLynyrd Skynyrd% and %cFall Out Boy% were also among the musical performers that night.