'The Voice' Eliminations: This Contestant Is the Season 19 Winner

Carter Rubin was proclaimed the winner of The Voice's 19th Season on Tuesday night.

Along with bragging rights as the champion of the NBC singing competition 15-year-old Rubin also won the $100,000 grand prize, a recording contract with Universal Music Group plus a trip for two to Universal Studios.

Rubin stole the show from the moment he first took the stage with a cover of Lewis Capaldi's hit song "Before You Go" during the blind auditions at the beginning of the season. Coaches John Legend and Gwen Stefani fought to secure the Shoreham, New Yorker to their teams. In the end, it was Stefani who snagged him, and with her guidance, Rubin skated past the battle and knockout rounds, beating out former contestants including Mariah Jackson and Chloé Hogan, respectively.

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"The Voice" contestants (l-r) Larriah Jackson, Payge Turner, Carter Rubin, Joseph Soul and Ben Allen with their coach Gwen Stefani. Trae Patton/NBC

When Rubin moved on to the live shows, where he had to compete against 16 other top performers of the season, he blew coaches and viewers away with his heart-wrenching cover of the Mariah Carey hit, "Hero." His cover of Kermit the Frog's "Rainbow Connection" during the top nine live performances was equally riveting.

However, he truly won fans over with his cover of "The Climb" by Miley Cyrus, which he sang during the final five performances of the season on Monday night. Of all the artists to perform during the top five live show, Rubin's rendition of the Cyrus ballad was watched the most times, receiving more than 262,000 YouTube views at time of post. The performance of his original song, "Up From Here," was just as compelling and gained more than 145,000 YouTube views and tons of praise from all the coaches.

"You are young, but you are a true artist. Your intuition and everything about you is just so beautiful, and you're just getting started," Stefani told Rubin during the season finale show. "You are so special just as a human being. I just loved getting to know you. Thank you for choosing me."

After a night full of performances from the coaches and contestants as well as an array of musicians from Dan and Shay to Pink and Keith Urban, The Voice host Carson Daly finally announced Rubin was the Season 19 winner.

While the teen had one of the most unique voices of the competition—not to mention impressive vocal control and range—he certainly had his work cut out for him. The other contestants to make it to the top five—Desz of Kelly Clarkson's team, John Holiday of Team Legend and Blake Shelton's artists Ian Flanigan and Jim Ranger—were equally talented, and they each delivered sensational covers and original songs during their final performances of the season.

Rubin, who turned 15 not long after his blind audition performance, is the second-youngest person to win The Voice since the show first began in 2011. Brynn Cartelli, who was a member of Team Kelly back on Season 14 of the show, was the youngest person to win the competition at age 15. Chevel Shepard, another Team Kelly winner, was the third-youngest person to be named The Voice champion when she won at age 16 back on Season 15.