Danielle Bradbery, of Cypress, wins 'The Voice!'

Hometown girl, 16, was the youngest artist in the competition

The Season 4 winner of NBC's 'The Voice' was revealed Tuesday night.

In an exciting moment for all of Houston, hometown girl Danielle Bradbery beat out The Swon Brothers and first runner-up, Michelle Chamuel.

At just 16, Danielle, who's from the Cypress area, was the youngest artist in the competition. She came to the show never having a vocal lesson and had never really performed in front of an audience before her audition.

Danielle wins a recording deal with Universal Republic Records.

"I feel amazing," said Bradbery. "Holding this beautiful thing is an honor. I'm so speechless."

On a star-studded night that included performances from hit artists Pit Bull, Christina Aguilera, and the timeless Cher -- Danielle was able to show off that voice that won so many hearts over the past few months.

And in the end it was her night to shine. The young girl who described herself as once too shy to sing in front of large audiences -- has now taken the country by storm. She's now looking for some rest.

"Hopefully I can go home and reunite with my bed," Bradbery told Local 2. "But I am hoping to make a song, make a CD, and all that good stuff."

More than 1,500 people, including family and friends from Cypress, packed into the Community of Faith Church in Hockley to root on Danielle.

Her watch party looked more like a Hollywood movie premiere with cotton candy, popcorn and Danielle on the big screen.

Her adoring fans say she has star power.

"She's perfect. Her voice is perfect," said one fan.

All around town, people and businesses have been showing their respect for Danielle. A frozen yogurt shop on Highway 290 even named a flavor after her.

Banana yogurt with chocolate chips is her favorite combo and workers at Orange Leaf say it's pretty popular.

Her family and friends had also faithfully gathered for weeks at the Wings, Pizza and Things Sports Bar and Grill in Clear Lake to cheer for Danielle. On Tuesday night, it paid off.

The crowd was fired up. She had an aunt, grandmother and a lot of other relatives in the crowd.  Now they say they are looking forward to a homecoming celebration very soon.

But they'll have to wait a few days. On Wednesday, Danielle is scheduled to appear on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and "Access Hollywood." On Thursday, she heads to New York for an interview on "The TODAY Show."

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