Season 14 of NBC's "The Voice" is in the books.
The show crowned its newest winner Tuesday night and registered a milestone in the process.
It came down to two teenagers, Brynn Cartelli and Britton Buchanan. The 15-year-old from Longmeadow, Massachusetts became the youngest ever winner.
"I finally stopped crying and now, I'm feeling exhausted. But I'm so thankful, and I can't believe that this is real," Cartelli said.
Cartelli put two songs in the top ten of the iTunes chart on Tuesday, and her win rings familiar for coach Kelly Clarkson, the first ever "American Idol" winner.
"She's a phenomenal talent, and I just feel lucky that literally, she was the first time I ever turned my chair," said Clarkson.
Kyla Jade finished third and Spensha Baker finished fourth.