Watch: Blake Shelton performs with his three finalists on 'The Voice' Season 16 finale
Season 16 of "The Voice" kept Oklahoma country music superstar Blake Shelton busy right up until the end.
As previously reported, three of the four finalists for this season's "The Voice" were on Team Blake, and as part of the two-night finale festivities Monday and Tuesday, Shelton performed with each of them.
Shelton teamed with eventual runner-up Gyth Rigdon to cover the Eagles' "Take It Easy." The Tishomingo resident and Dexter Roberts, who finished third, appropriately covered the Brooks & Dunn hit "Hard Workin' Man." And the Ada native and fourth-place finisher Andrew Sevener rocked Free's classic "All Right Now."
Of course, that means that Shelton didn't repeat as the winning coach when "The Voice" victor for Season 16 was unveiled Tuesday night. First-time coach John Legend won alongside his sterling vocalist Maelyn Jarmon, with whom he performed a memorable duet of Nat King Cole's "Unforgettable."
Shelton still found time on Tuesday night's show to jokingly hock his new product Manure, which is perhaps a body spray, maybe a mouth spray, but almost certainly represents the rare occasion that the Ada native has pronounced that word with that sort of inflection.
As previously reported, Shelton, Legend, Kelly Clarkson and Adam Levine are all set to return as coaches for the upcoming 17th season of the four-time Emmy Award-winning musical competition series, along with host Carson Daly.