NBC's 'The Voice' is done for the season, and to be honest, I'm kind of relieved. Between 'The Voice' and 'American Idol,' I have been watching 5-6 hours of singing shows every week and I am just burnt out. I wasn't as invested in 'The Voice' this season, but I think that might be because of my Maddie Poppe fever. I did keep up with the season, though, and I was excited to see my favorite win last night!

15-year-old Brynn Cartelli was named the champion, making her the youngest winner on the show EVER. It was much deserved, in my opinion. Brynn looks and sounds so much older than she is, and to be that talented at such a young age is incredibly rare. Last night, somebody asked me who I was rooting for and I said Brynn, but honestly, I would've been fine with any of the final four. Britton is completely adorable, Kyla has one of the most insane ranges I've ever heard, and Spensha has this really cool, unique quality to her voice.

I think 'The Voice' should cut down to one season a year and do it opposite 'American Idol,' that way fans of the shows don't have to pick one or the other. If they do go up against each other again, I think I'll choose to watch 'American Idol.' It just seems like they value the individuality of the artists more and give them a bit more freedom to be themselves.

In case you missed the two-night finale, here are a few of my favorite moments: