Updated 08:15 PM EST, Tue, Jan 28, 2020

The Voice Season 7 Finale: Ed Sheeran Performs, Bruno Mars Wears Hair Curlers

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"The Voice" season 7 wrapped up the finale, and as it turned out, America wanted to hear more country when they announced that Craig Wayne Boyd won.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Team Blake's singer defied the odds when he won the show despite being the only one in the finale who is not part of Team Adam's trifecta that included Matt McAndrew, Damien, and Chris Jamison.

The winner is not the only surprise for the season however - performers were also made welcome in the show, with Ed Sheeran delivering a soulful rendition of his song, "Thinking Out Loud."

His career is really taking off lately, with Hollywood Life noting that he also just recently was in another high-profile performance when he sang at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in London just a couple of weeks ago. He serenading VS angels Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima as they strutted down the runway in their $2 million fantasy bras.

Sheeran has always been a sweetie, but he's not the biggest scene-stealer in this season's "The Voice" finale.

That crown, in a separate article by Hollywood Life, went to Bruno Mars for showing up to perform with hair curlers in his locks. Yep, you read that right, Bruno rocked the stage with Mark Ronson and "Uptown Funk" in an all-black, plaid leather jacket, with very shocking accessories to match: hair curlers still hanging onto his head.

Similar to what you'd expect to see grannies wear in old-school morning cartoon shows, but on the singer, (who managed to pull it off by the way) and everyone will be talking about it for the rest of the week.

Although a sight to see on "The Voice" stage, it's not actually the first time Bruno Mars wore them, but music videos tend to be much less shocking than stage performances, considering what has been appearing in them these days.

The "Uptown Funk" album will be released on Mark's Album early in January, but someone already beat him to it, which he wasn't really very happy about. A contestant on "The X Factor," Fleur East, performed her own version which led Mark to say in an interview, "I realized this girl's cover was going to come out before our own. For a minute I was a little bit annoyed."

Other performances included Hozier with "Take Me To Church," Fall Out Boy with contestant Matt McAndrew for their hit single, "Centuries," Lynrd Skynrd singing "Sweet Home Alabama" with Boyd, Meghan Trainor with her new single, "Lips are Moving," Jennifer Hudson with "It's Your World," and Jessie K with Chris Jamison with "Masterpiece."

Judges Adam, Blake, Gwen, and Pharell also took the stage with their rendition of "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."

What do you think of this season's finale?

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