Trent Harmon: 5 Things to Know About the 'American Idol'

Harmon is the show's last winner.

April 08, 2016, 10:25 AM

— -- The final winner of "American Idol" was announced last night and it's Trent Harmon.

After the legendary win, Harmon took to Instagram to address his fans.

"I worked hard, but ya'll did this," he said in a video posted online. "All I did was show up and sing ... and I love you."

Here are 5 things to know about the grateful winner, who is the very last "American Idol."

1 - Check Out His First Single "Falling"

"Falling" is the young singer's first official tune and it's already in the top 10 on iTunes. "Idol" judge Keith Urban actually co-wrote the song with the star, so that's a big plus.

Here's the "Idol" version.

2 - He's From the South

Harmon, 25, is from Amory, Mississippi, and he first became interested in music at age 5, according to the American Idol Wikia. He attended the University of Arkansas at Monticello and tried out for other singing shows before hitting it big on "Idol."

3 - His Fellow Contestant Dalton Is His "Best Friend"

Contestants get close on "Idol," but Trent and Dalton Rapattoni really epitomize camaraderie. They post tons of pictures together and one is even captioned, "That's my best friend."

Harmon also supported the heck out of Rapattoni, even though he needed America's vote as well.

"Thankful for this crazy, crazy, man's friendship."

4 - He's Passionate About His Faith

This past Easter, Harmon shared a photo from church and wrote, "Happy Easter, y'all. Have fun today; remember your purpose, where you've been, who's you are and where you want to go."

He even shares inspiring quotes from others.

"Hope you guys are having a very solid Tuesday. Luh you bunches," he wrote last month.

5 - He's a Solid Sports Fan

Fans have sent him lots of St. Louis Cardinals gear and his reaction was, "Holy cow, you guys!!"

He also posted a lot of pics enjoying NASCAR.

He is also set to sing the National Anthem this weekend for the Manny Pacquiao fight.

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