'The Voice' NBC Season 6 Jake Worthington Exit Interview, Watch Here (VIDEO)
"The Voice" Season 6 Finale on NBC was last week and Josh Kaufman (Team Usher) was crowned the winner, leaving other Top 3 contestants Jake Worthington (Team Blake) and Christina Grimmie (Team Adam) as runner-up.
NBC has released exit interviews for the finalists and Jake Worthington gets to finally sit down and share on his experience and soak up everything that has happened in the last several months.
Jake opens up about his time on "The Voice" saying, "I don't regret one thing about this experience. It has been my life for the past three months. It has been worth it every last second."
He also shares about his coach Blake, "my relationship with Blake is pretty much that one uncle you've got that messes with you but loves you to death. There ain't nothing that I'm afraid to say to him and nothing that he ain't afraid to say to me."
With Josh Kaufman winning Season 6 it gave Team Usher his first win in his two seasons on the show. So far in six seasons on "The Voice", Blake Shelton has won three times, Adam Levine has won twice and now Usher has his first winning season in the books.
Season 7 of "The Voice" will welcome two new judges to the show with Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams, they will be replacing Shakira and Usher for the upcoming season. Adam Levine and Blake Shelton will also return again, they have been in the red chairs every season since the show has started.
"The Voice" Season 7 will be back on NBC coming Fall 2014.