Talk about a fairy tale come true: Danielle Bradbery's story sounds so-over-the-top on paper that it's almost cliche. A shy teenage girl with no prior vocal lessons and no stage experience finds herself auditioning for a wildly popular reality talent show, due to her mother signing her up behind her back. Said inexperienced girl goes on to wow the nation, win the whole shebang, and become the youngest-ever champion on NBC's "The Voice."
"It kind of blows my mind too," admits Team Blake's latest pride and joy, with a smile. She explains that she really, honestly never did think she was going to win in the first place. More cliches? Possibly, but in Bradbery's case there's not even a whisper of insincerity in them.Read More »from Danielle Bradbery Talks ‘Voice,’ Coming Out of Her Comfort Zone, And Blake Shelton’s Support