[WARNING: The following story reveals the winner of The Voice. Read at your own risk.]
Capping off a record-breaking inaugural run, NBC's The Voice has crowned its first-ever winner.
After 10 weeks of competition, including the blind auditions and battle rounds, the four finalists — Javier Colon, Dia Frampton, Beverly McClellan and Vicci Martinez — took the stage one final time Wednesday night to sing special duets with Stevie Nicks, Miranda Lambert, OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder and Train's Pat Monahan, respectively.
But after all the votes were counted, it was Javier who walked away with the title. In addition to the inaugural crown, Javier also earned a recording a contract and a $100,000 prize, as well as juicy lifetime bragging rights.
Javier narrowly beat out runner-up Dia. Host Carson Daly said the top two vote-getters were separated by only 2 percent of the vote.
"I don't even know where to begin," Javier said after his win. "The three women behind me here are absolutely awesome." He then choked back tears as he thanked his family and all those who voted for him.
Javier shared his victory with coach Adam Levine, who mentored him throughout the season.
Javier's win may have been a bit of a letdown for TVGuide.com voters: Hours before the live finale, 40 percent of voters picked Dia to win.
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