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Jordan Smith is The Voice 2015 Finale Winner

Jordan Smith is The Voice 2015 Finale WinnerThe trailer of the latest installment in the long-running sci-fi has been officially released by Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions. Star Trek Beyond, showing in 2016 is just in time for the 50th anniversary celebration of the film franchise. The first Star Trek episode, “The Man Trap” was broadcasted on television in September 8, 1966. In the latest Star Trek film, fans will witness the return of John Cho, Anton Yelchin, Simon Pegg, Karl Urban, Zoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto, and Chris Pine in the Star Trek Beyond. Joe Taslim, Sofia Boutella and Edris Elba will be playing new roles for the film as well.

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Jordan Smith is The Voice 2015 Finale Winner

The finale show for NBC’s The Voice happened Tuesday night and Jordan Smith is The Voice 2015 finale winner. He gave an inspiring rendition of Climb Every Mountain from the movie The Sound of Music. Celebrities who were present in the curtain call for season 9 of The Voice include The Weeknd in their performance of “The Hills,” “Earned It” and “Can’t Feel My Face”, Missy Elliott who sang “WTF (Where They From)” with celebrity coach Pharrell and Justin Bieber who performed his latest hit “Sorry”. Coldplay also performed “Adventure of a Lifetime,” and country music star Sam Hunt belted out “Break Up in a Small Town”.

22-year-old Smith has given stunning performances throughout the season and some of his covers include Sia’s “Chandelier”, Adele’s “Set Fire to the Rain”, and Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”. Jordan Smith performed “Somebody to Love” by Queen in the semi-final and his mentor Adam Levine of Maroon 5 described it as “one of the best things I’ve ever seen in my entire life.” Levine has also called Jordan “the most important person who’s ever been on this show” during the early part of the season.

Jordan Smith is from Harlan, Kentucky and he grew up singing with musicians. In the second inauguration of President Obama at the Christian college Lee University, Jordan had the chance to perform as a member of the “Lee singers”.

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