"The Voice" Season 12 winner is Chris Blue who beat Lauren Duski, Jesse Larson, and Aliyah Moulden in the finale and also made his coach Alicia Keys a first-time winner in the reality show. The finale was entertaining but the show stealer happened to be Luis Fonsi who regaled everyone singing "Despacito" with Daddy Yankee and Mark Isaiah.

"The Voice" Season 12 finale is over with Chris Blue emerging as the winner of the season and also bringing glory for his coach Alicia Keys, as her team won the show for the first time. According to Buddy TV, the finale saw many performances on stage but the one collaboration that stole the spotlight was Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee performing to their hit "Despacito" with contestant Mark Isaiah who got a chance to entertain the audiences as well as his coach Adam Levine.

Chris Blue, "The Voice" Season 12 winner performed with Usher, the former coach of the reality show. The duo sang "Everybody Hurts" and paid tribute to the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack. The other finalists Lauren Duski performed the duet "Better Man" with Little Big Town and Jesse Larson united with Cee Lo Green to sing "Shining Star." Aliyah Moulden performed "Scars to your Beautiful" with Alessia Cara.

Coming back to Luis Fonsi, the Puerto Rican singer had said that "The Voice" Season 12 finale was a special night, claimed E! News. In an interview, he had admitted that he was honored to have gotten a chance to perform on "The Voice." When asked about his favorite among the finalists, he said that it was a tough question as all the final four were amazing performers.

Luis Fonsi categorically said that he did not have any favorite and according to him each of the four was different. He also revealed that he had prepared for "The Voice" Season 12 finale performance like any other performance but he did take his time to understand the show in detail.