‘The Voice’ Season 7 Winner: Craig Wayne Boyd Wins, Cassadee Pope, Lynyrd Skynyrd & More React To His Triumph [VIDEOS]

Tuesday night Season 7 of The Voice came to an end, crowning a winner.

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Team Blake's Craig Wayne Boyd walked away victorious from the singing competition. He even sprung some tears when his win was announced on The Voice's stage.

Boyd's win solidifies Blake Shelton's fourth win as a coach. He previously was the coach of the Season 2 winner (Jermaine Paul), the Season 3 winner (Cassadee Pope) and the Season 4 winner (Danielle Bradbery). 

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Boyd tweeted after his win that he has "the best coach, friends, family & #BESTFANSEVER".

His win transpired a lot of great reactions, some of which are below.

Boyd's coach, Shelton, stated he deserved the win.

Shelton's Season 3 winner congratulated Shelton on adding another win to his belt as a coach and told Boyd his victory was "well deserved."

Boyd performed with Lynyrd Skynyrd, in which they sang Sweet Home Alabama earlier in the night prior to the reveal of his win and once Boyd was crowned this season's "Voice" the rock band congratulated him.

Last season's winner, Josh Kaufman also took time to congratulate Boyd. He also offered up some sound advice: "take a deep breath."

Alicia Wrigley on Twitter deemed Boyd "a cowboy Thor."

What do you think about Boyd winning Season 7 of The Voice?

The Voice Season 8 will begin airing in 2015.

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