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Twitter Outraged About & # 39; The Voice & # 39; season 15 winner

Another reality show competition final, another controversial result. This time, the Twitter outrage broke out the crowned winner of "The Voice" Season 15. The Final Four Included Team Blake Shelton's Kirk Jay and Chris Kroeze go up Against Team Kelly Clarkson's Chevel Shepherd and Team Jennifer Hudson's Kennedy Holmes. Adam Levine had no competitors left in the final. Even the winning coach seemed shocked to see that their contestants showed confetti because it did not track most statistics throughout the season and they were not even on the distance odds-on favorite to win the season. Far from it, actually. On Twitter, contempt immediately began when Kennedy was named in fourth, followed by Kirk in third. And then it was 1 6-year-old Chevel who took the title from Chris and they were done. Her coach, Kelly Clarkson, has the dubious honor to win during her first two seasons on the show, but this one has certainly led to a controversy with it. Some fans saw racism tips in the final result, as both were black competitors ended in the third and fourth slots. "Eliminate the Black People First," wrote a user . "You're not smooth, but okay. #TheVoice." Even the "The View" collector Sunny Hostin chimated on Tuesday night with his shock tweeting "Um, I'm confused. Is it possible for Kennedy sugarcane to be in 4th place?" Kennedy had the most explicit support, titled trending high in itself at night and many fans think she should have taken it all. Kirk…

Another reality show competition final, another controversial result. This time, the Twitter outrage broke out the crowned winner of “The Voice” Season 15.

The Final Four Included Team Blake Shelton’s Kirk Jay and Chris Kroeze go up Against Team Kelly Clarkson’s Chevel Shepherd and Team Jennifer Hudson’s Kennedy Holmes. Adam Levine had no competitors left in the final.

Even the winning coach seemed shocked to see that their contestants showed confetti because it did not track most statistics throughout the season and they were not even on the distance odds-on favorite to win the season. Far from it, actually.

On Twitter, contempt immediately began when Kennedy was named in fourth, followed by Kirk in third. And then it was 1

6-year-old Chevel who took the title from Chris and they were done. Her coach, Kelly Clarkson, has the dubious honor to win during her first two seasons on the show, but this one has certainly led to a controversy with it.

Some fans saw racism tips in the final result, as both were black competitors ended in the third and fourth slots. “Eliminate the Black People First,” wrote a user . “You’re not smooth, but okay. #TheVoice.”

Even the “The View” collector Sunny Hostin chimated on Tuesday night with his shock tweeting “Um, I’m confused. Is it possible for Kennedy sugarcane to be in 4th place?”

Kennedy had the most explicit support, titled trending high in itself at night and many fans think she should have taken it all. Kirk also saw some love, but Chris was almost completely overlooked.

“The Voice” held a controversy a few weeks ago when Adam Levine was essentially lobbied for Reagan Strange, a young teenage girl who did not sing to save himself over another of his contestants who had just sung his heart out. And he did it in front of the contestant, De Anders Nico.

The probably weaker singer, Reagan won this voice thanks to his coach’s great help just to be eliminated next week. And while Nico returned to the “The Voice” final, he shared no words with Adam.

However, he spoke with 12NewsNow after the first event and told them: “I just felt like selling him, you know? And I do not just respect it, just to be honest.”

While many online required Adam to resign from the show after the controversial moment, the coach is already logged in for Season 16. It remains to be seen if his actions will have any repercussions when selecting future artists to be on his law.

In the season 15 winner, Chevel’s next challenge sees her being the first “Voice” winner to really break through and become a bona fide superstar when her coach Kelly Clarkson came out of “American Idol”. at least she has someone who may know one thing or two about it in her corner.

Meanwhile, both of them have to deal with a lot of frustration in Twitterverse, some of whom we have collected below:

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