Niall Horan’s Lucky Streak
Former One Direction band member Niall Horan is celebrating his success as a coach on “The Voice” for the second time. Horan, known for his music expertise, helped country singer Huntley clinch the title of winner for Season 24. Horan previously surpassed country superstar during Season 23. Last year, he also coached contestant Bryce Leatherwood to victory. Reflecting on his experience, Horan expressed his gratitude for working with incredible judges on the show, describing them as lovely people who genuinely care about the contestants and the overall production.
Huntley’s Standout Performance
Huntley, a talented singer from Virginia and a father of two, captivated the judges with his remarkable voice and stage presence. His cover of “She Talks to Angels” during the blind auditions earned him a four-chair turn and left a lasting impression on viewers. Throughout the season, Huntley displayed consistent excellence, impressing the audience and his coach, Niall Horan. Horan praised Huntley’s unique talent and highlighted the difficulty of maintaining consistent performances on the show.
A Touching Victory
When Huntley’s name was announced as the winner of “The Voice,” he couldn’t believe it. Overwhelmed with shock and joy, Huntley couldn’t help but think of his daughter, Ruby Leigh, who stood by his side throughout the competition. As a proud father, Huntley cherished the moment and acknowledged that his daughter deserved to win just as much as he did.
A Country Legend as a Coach
“The Voice” runner-up, Ruby Leigh, had the privilege of working with country legend Reba McEntire as her music coach. Leigh and McEntire’s collaboration brought a festive spirit to the season finale with their performance of “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” by Brenda Lee. Leigh expressed gratitude for McEntire’s guidance and emphasized how the coach taught her to connect with the songs on a deeper level and engage with the audience.
As Season 24 came to a close, the audience was treated to remarkable performances by the finalists and their coaches. Niall Horan’s success in coaching country singer Huntley showcased his ability to connect with the country crowd. The talented contestants, Huntley and Ruby Leigh, left a lasting impact on viewers and solidified their place in “The Voice” legacy.