'The Voice': Blake Shelton talks Danielle Bradbery's win and what it means for the show

"The Voice" has been the object of criticism in its four-season run for both not launching a superstar on par with "American Idol" and for allowing singers with professional experience to compete. No one is more aware of this than three-time winning coach Blake Shelton.After Danielle Bradbery scored a three-peat for Team Blake on Tuesday (June 18), Shelton spoke with reporters backstage about the 16-year-old singer's win and what it means to boost the show's credibility in the face of its detractors. "'The Voice' gets some criticism in the past for bringing in artists that have had record deals and have been on tours and are professionals," Shelton admits. "They can kiss our a** now because Danielle Bradbery is a kid who -- the biggest audience she ever had was at her Thanksgiving dinner before this competition. We found somebody on this show and luckily she gave us the opportunity."And we saw her grow, and...



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