Find out what every winner has been up to since leaving the show.
After spending hours watching each season of The Voice (and re-watching the chill-inducing Blind Auditions), there’s a pretty good chance that you start to feel invested in the performers. While some of them stay incredibly active in the industry and on social media, for others, once the show is over so is their moment in the spotlight.
As such, we scoured the web to find out what all the most popular winners, runners-up, and finalists are up to now. For some, it’s been almost 10 years after their show run. For others, it’s been mere months. Keep reading to learn what your favorite contestants—including Cassadee Pope, Danielle Bradbery, Josh Kaufman, and Craig Wayne Boyd—have been doing since first winning your attention on The Voice. Who knows, by the end of this article you might just find yourself buying tickets for an upcoming tour!
whozit: How much is $100 million to replace the two spy planes, in the grand scheme of things, when compared to the trillion dollars trump's tax cuts added to the national debt, or compared to the billions wasted by the Pentagon each year. Example, the Navy is scrapping its littoral combat ship program after only four of the planned 60 vessels have been delivered. Not needed, says top brass, after how many billions were wasted in design, development and procurement. The excuses to pull further away and isolate ourselves from our European and Pacific allies are absurd and flimsy and will leave the US more exposed by having to solely bear security responsibilities that were once shared More importantly though, the trump administration once again puts allies in a position of having to proceed with a North Atlantic and Western European alliance which does not include the United States. Pulling out of Open Skies can only be viewed as trump walking away from agreements and obligations where he doesn't have the ability to set the agenda or force his will. All one need do is look at the UN-Iran nuclear deal he walked away from because he thought he could bring Iran to its knees all by himself.