The winner of season three of "The Voice" was Cassadee Pope, who was coached by Blake Shelton. She was the first female winner of "The Voice." The other final contestants of season three were Terry McDermott and Nicholas David.
Pope is a country music singer, and since winning "The Voice," she has performed with country music legends such as Tim McGraw and Rascal Flatts. In season three of "The Voice," Cassadee Pope performed songs such as "Stupid Boy" by Keith Urban, "Cry" by Faith Hill and "Over You" by Miranda Lambert. Pope released her debut solo studio album, "Frame by Frame" after winning "The Voice."