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It's been a big week for Danielle Bradbery. The 16-year-old was crowned the Season 4 winner of 'The Voice' on Tuesday (June 18), and signed to the Big Machine Label Group -- home to Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw and Reba McEntire -- one day later.

"Congratulations and welcome to our newest BMLG artist, @NBCTheVoice Season 4 winner @DBradbery! #TheVoice #DanielleBradbery" the label tweeted.

The Texas native helped coach Blake Shelton win his third season in a row. His team member Jermaine Paul won in Season 2, with fellow country singer (and Big Machine artist) Cassadee Pope claiming the title last season.

No word yet on when Danielle will begin recording her debut album, but Shelton has already pledged to help in any way he can.

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