On Tuesday night's season finale of "The Voice," Team Gwen's Carter Rubin, 15, was revealed as the Season 19 champion, becoming the first win for Gwen Stefani's team. Rubin is also the youngest male winner in "Voice" history.
After host Carson Daly announced that Rubin had beat out contestants John Holiday, from coach John Legend's team, Desz, from Kelly Clarkson's team, and Ian Flanigan from Blake Shelton's team, it was down to Rubin and country-rock troubadour Jim Ranger, another finalist on Team Blake.
At that point, it was neck in neck for fiancees Stefani and Shelton, before Team Gwen's Rubin was ultimately crowned the champion.
While Shelton -- who has appeared on all 19 seasons of "The Voice" -- has won seven times, it was the first victory for Stefani, who has been a coach on five seasons of the NBC competition series.
Stefani, 51, took to social media to celebrate Rubin's victory -- and also rub the win in Shelton's face a bit.
In a confetti-filled Twitter video of herself alongside Rubin on "The Voice" stage," Stefani exclaimed, "Oh my God, we won! This is so crazy. We're trying to understand that this is happening right now."