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10 Star-Studded Performances From 'The Voice' Season 7 Finale

Country crooner Craig Wayne Boyd is this season's victor and was joined by Bruno Mars & Mark Ronson, Meghan Trainor, Ed Sheeran and more

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Adam Levine & Chris Jamison, "Lost Without U"

Chris Jamison's velvet voice is perfectly suited for smooth R&B, and he and coach Adam Levine teamed up on Robin Thicke's track that's basically bedroom eyes personified.

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Blake Shelton & Craig Wayne Boyd, "Boots On"

Blake Shelton joined Voice protégé Craig Wayne Boyd for a rousing, raucous version of Randy Houser's "Boots On," delivering a decidedly Nashville vibe to the Voice's L.A. set.

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Ed Sheeran, "Thinking Out Loud"

Ed Sheeran is shrugging the goofiness of "Sing" off and the scorned attitude of "Don't" in favor of his softer side, which came out in full effect on the romantic "Thinking Out Loud." Accompanied solely by the moody licks of his electric guitar at first, Sheeran eventually warmed up to a heartfelt belt and the claps keeping time from the crowd surrounding him.

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Fall Out Boy & Matt McAndrew, "Centuries"

Fall Out Boy joined Matt McAndrew for an explosive duet of their sprawling single "Centuries," with Patrick Stump giving the Voice finalist a run for his money at the mic.

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Hozier, "Take Me To Church"

Hozier's "Take Me To Church" has popped up everywhere from Saturday Night Live to Lollapalooza to BBC's Radio 1 Live Lounge courtesy of Ed Sheeran's cover of the tune, and the soaring single went over just as brilliantly on the Voice—twice! The Irish singer/songwriter performed the song at the finale, and Matt McAndrew took it on earlier in the season.

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Jennifer Hudson & Damien, "It's Your World"

J. Hud brought sass and funk to the Voice stage, and Damien did the flirty, beat-heavy part of R. Kelly's proud on each empowering phrase of her hit "It's Your World."

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Jessie J & Chris Jamison, "Masterpiece"

The futuristic flavor of Jessie J's intense track off Sweet Talker worked beautifully as a duet with Chris Jamison, whose falsetto hits the same heights as the trademark sky-high notes of coach Adam Levine.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd & Craig Wayne Boyd, "Sweet Home Alabama"

Talk about a whole lotta country flavor: Voice victor Craig Wayne Boyd walked away the season's champ, but not before he paying respects to Southern country by sitting in with Lynyrd Skynyrd on their iconic anthem "Sweet Home Alabama."

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Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars, "Uptown Funk"

"Uptown Funk" is insanely likeable to begin with, but another performance of the hit with Bruno Mars sporting the sickest set of gold curlers in existence? SO DOWN.

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Meghan Trainor, "Lips Are Movin"

Don't call Meghan Trainor a one-hit wonder, 'cause she's just getting started! The "All About That Bass" performed cheeky new jam "Lips Are Movin" on The Voice alongside a small army of sweet dancers.

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