The Voice has been stunning viewers for years with amazing talent from across the United States, crowning 24 winners since it premiered in 2011.
During season 19 of the NBC singing competition series, New York native Carter Rubin blew audiences away with his singing abilities and saw coach Gwen Stefani secure her first win. At just 15 years old, Rubin has a long career ahead of him, undoubtedly, but he didn’t want to wait another second to start living his dream.
“Well, Gwen has encouraged me to start writing some music, and that’s definitely what I plan on doing,” he told TV Insider in
December 2020. “I have some songs in the folder that I want to record. I definitely want to get in the studio and start putting music out there for people to hear, and then, once COVID is over, I want to perform in front of live audiences again.”
Rubin is among the youngest people to ever win The Voice, along with Danielle Bradbery and Brynn Cartelli. Bradbery won in 2013 while Cartelli took top spot in the competition in 2018.
Keep scrolling to see who else has won The Voice through the years and what they’re up to today: