'The Voice' Recap: Josh Kaufman Wins

PHOTO: Josh Kaufman appears on "The Voice," May 20, 2014.Trae Patton/NBCU Photo Bank/Getty Images
Josh Kaufman appears on "The Voice," May 20, 2014.

Josh Kaufman won the sixth season of NBC's The Voice on Tuesday night.

After the results were announced by host Carson Daly, Josh said, "I can't even talk. I'm overwhelmed, I'm surprised, I'm happy."

The artist, who belonged to Usher's team, took the fan vote over the runner-up, Team Blake Shelton's Jake Worthington.

Christina Grimmie, a member of Adam Levine's team, finished third.

Josh, who has a wife and three kids, receives a recording contract. All three finalists were also awarded a Kia car.

'The Voice' Recap: The Finals Begin With Performances from Top Three

This was the first season that did not end with an artist from Adam or Blake's teams winning the competition.

The two-hour finale was heavy on musical performances. Each of the finalists teamed up with an established act. Josh joined Robin Thicke on his new song, "Get Her Back," an ode to his estranged wife, actress Paula Patton. Jake teamed up with Alabama for their hit, "Mountain Music." And Ed Sheeran, a former Voice adviser, welcomed Christina onto the stage for “All of the Stars.”

Josh, Jake and Christina also presented a "bring back" performance, in which they invited previously-eliminated contestants to return to the stage.

Josh joined forces with T.J. Wilkins, Stevie Joe and Sisaundra Lewis for "Am I Wrong," by Nico & Vinz. Jake enlisted Kat Perkins, Kristen Merlin, Audra McLaughlin, Ryan Whyte Maloney and Morgan Wallen for Kenny Chesney's "Summertime." And Christina brought back Tess Boyer, Bria Kelly and Jake Barker for a rendition of Lorde's "Team."

'The Voice' Recap: The Final Three Are Set

We also saw Stevie Joe, Jake Barker, Morgan Wallen, Delvin Choice and Patrick Thomson perform Hall & Oates' "She's Gone." Tess Boyer, Deja Hall, Dani Moz, Madilyn Paige and Melissa Jiménez tackled Rihanna's "Umbrella."

Aside from his collaboration with Christina, Ed Sheeran performed "Sing" solo; Coldplay played "A Sky Full of Stars"; OneRepublic presented "Love Runs Out"; Tim McGraw sang "City Lights"; and Justin Moore delivered a live take on "Lettin' The Night Roll."

Several artists from the current season of "The Voice," as well as a few contestants from past seasons, will go on tour this summer.

Adam and Blake took a moment during Tuesday night's broadcast to say goodbye to their fellow coaches, Usher and Shakira. The latter two will be replaced by Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani for the fall season.