America has voted! Find out who’s the first ever winner of “American Song Contest”

At the end of a long Two months journey, America has finally made it to the most exciting moment and crowned its first ever American Song Contest Winner!

The show grand final kicked off last night with two performances by contests hosts. Snoop Dogg performed “Who I Am? (What’s My Name)” and Kelly Clarkson payed tribute to her Texas roots singing “Whole Lotta Woman”.

After we had some precious music moment we are now moving on with the competition. The “State Vs. State” begun with 56 brand new songs brand participating on the qualifiers rounds. The list was then shortened to these final Ten performed tonight in this running ordered:

Connecticut 01. Connecticut: Michael Bolton – Beautiful World 

North Dakota 02. North Dakota: Chloe Fredericks – Can’t Make You Love Me

Texas 03. Texas: Grant Knoche – Mr. Independent

Alabama 04. Alabama: Ni/Co – The Difference

Kentucky 05. Kentucky: Jordan Smith – Sparrow

Washington 06. Washington: Allen Stone – A Bit of Both

American Samoa 07. American Samoa: Tenelle – Full Circle

Oklahoma 08. Oklahoma: AleXa – Wonderland

Tennessee 09. Tennessee: Tyler Braden – Seventeen

Colorado 10. Colorado: Riker Lynch – Feel the Love

** The full playlist and previous rounds results can be found here




Moving on to the results its was time for the jury to place their votes revealing Washington Allen Stone is their winner.

However, after adding the public vote the table has changed completely and “Wonderland” sang by the K-pop act AleXa from Oklahoma was crowned as the winner of the American Song Contest. The full results were as follow:

DrawState/TerritoryArtistSongJuryPublic voteTotalPlace
1ConnecticutMichael BoltonBeautiful World402983387
2North DakotaChloe FredericksCan’t Make You Love Me482192679
3TexasGrant KnocheMr. Independent423243664
4AlabamaNi/CoThe Difference602252858
5KentuckyJordan SmithSparrow793284073
6WashingtonAllen StoneA Bit of Both1052543595
7American SamoaTenelleFull Circle373053426
9TennesseeTyler BradenSeventeen8816325110
10ColoradoRiker LynchFeel The Love254785032

Alexa will take home not only the title and the show’s golden microphone, she earned as well a performance spot in the Billboard, the world’s biggest music chart, where she can hit millions of new followers and continue to grow her musical career.

How did you like the American Song Contest? Are you satisfied with the results? Tell us in the comments

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