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Life after 'The Voice': Where are the winners now?

Wonderwall Logo By Bryanne Salazar of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 24: <p>Since 2011, we've watched some of the most talented undiscovered vocal artists sing their hearts out for the chance to train with a famous musician-turned-coach on "The Voice" -- where they compete to win a grand prize of $100,000 and a music deal with Universal Republic Records. Our favorite singing competition show returns with Season 13 on Sept. 25, 2017, so <a href="http://www.wonderwall.com">Wonderwall.com</a> is celebrating with a look back at all the past winners to see what's happened in their lives and careers since leaving the show... starting with Season 12 winner Chris Blue. During the show's blind auditions, Chris was one of the last contestants selected -- and the only coach to turn around in support of the young singer was <a href="http://www.wonderwall.com/celebrity/profiles/overview/alicia-keys-228.article">Alicia Keys</a>. Their partnership was a success: Chris triumphed and Alicia claimed her first win on the show. The pair ended the season together with a powerful duet performance of "Diamonds and Pearls." Keep reading to find out what's happened with Chris since he emerged victorious in May 2017 -- and where the other winners ended up after getting their big breaks...</p><p><strong>RELATED</strong>: <a href="http://www.wonderwall.com/awards-events/emmys/2017-emmy-awards-whats-buzzing-moments-had-everyone-talking-trending-stories-3009952.gallery">See which moments from the 2017 Emmys had everyone talking</a></p>

Since 2011, we've watched some of the most talented undiscovered vocal artists sing their hearts out for the chance to train with a famous musician-turned-coach on "The Voice" -- where they compete to win a grand prize of $100,000 and a music deal with Universal Republic Records. Our favorite singing competition show returns with Season 13 on Sept. 25, 2017, so Wonderwall.com is celebrating with a look back at all the past winners to see what's happened in their lives and careers since leaving the show... starting with Season 12 winner Chris Blue. During the show's blind auditions, Chris was one of the last contestants selected -- and the only coach to turn around in support of the young singer was Alicia Keys. Their partnership was a success: Chris triumphed and Alicia claimed her first win on the show. The pair ended the season together with a powerful duet performance of "Diamonds and Pearls." Keep reading to find out what's happened with Chris since he emerged victorious in May 2017 -- and where the other winners ended up after getting their big breaks...

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