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‘The Voice’: Emotional Jermaine Paul Takes Season Two Title

An emotional Jermaine Paul fought back tears after being crowned season two winner of THE VOICE Tuesday night.

The father of four — and former background singer for Alicia Keys — narrowly edged out edgy rocker Juliet Simms by a margin of four percent.

33 year-old Paul — who got his start singing in church choirs near his home in Rockland County, NY as a kid — was joined on stage by his entire family and struggled to keep his Viagra Online composure during an emotional encore of R. Kelly’s anthem “I Believe I Can Fly.”

“It was such an emotional moment. I felt complete validation — like all the work I had done up until this point…made sense,” he gushed, moments after stepping off stage.

The newly minted champ also said he had received a congratulatory phone call from Keys and the pair are planning to collaborate on a record this year.

Check out the full interview below: