The good news: you won The Voice. The bad news: I still needed Google to remember your name.
But such is life in the Xtina-verse -- and reality-TV in general -- where today's champion is tomorrow's barista. And it's a timely reminder considering the third season of the hit show concludes Tuesday on NBC and CTV.
What we learned from Google: Javier Colon of season one peaked at 17 on the Billboard charts with his single Stitch by Stitch. It looks like he's since parted ways with his label too.
Hmm. That's not too uplifting but maybe season two's winner has done better?
Jermaine Paul took a much worse post-Voice beating and his cover of I Believe I Can Fly was dissed not only by critics, but took a 83rd place spot on the Billboard charts. He then released another single, Butterfly Kisses, this year but that flopped too (with a title like that? Obviously).
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