Tessanne Chin, the 28-year-old singer from Kingston, Jamaica, won the title of "The Voice" for herself and Coach Adam Levine.

Chin, whose parents are musicians and who sang backup for reggae artist Jimmy Cliff, was the only remaining finalist who got all four judges (Levine, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and CeeLo Green) to turn their chairs during the blind audition when she performed Try by Pink. Tessanne gave Coach Levine a second champion during the show's run.

Season 6 of The Voice returns with a two-night premiere starting Feb. 24 at 8 PM, when Shakira and Usher will rejoin Levine and Shelton as judges.