Meghan Trainor Performs Acoustic Version of 'Dear Future Husband' on 'The Voice' Finale

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Meghan Trainor wowed fans at The Voice finale on Tuesday night, performing an acoustic version of her hit song, 'Dear Future Husband.' Having served earlier in the season as a mentor for Blake Shelton's team, it seemed fitting that Trainor was brought back for the show's big finale.

Accompanied only be her ukelele and one lone man on an acoustic guitar, Meghan Trainor gave a stellar performance. There's something about all that passion she puts into her songs that is highlighted when presented in acoustic form.

Meghan Trainor burst onto the music scene last year with her first hit single, 'All About That Bass.' Since then her name has been front and center in music publications--both printed and online.

On Sunday, Meghan sang a duet at the Billboard Music Awards with Chrissy Teigen's husband, John Legend.

Contestants on The Voice were no doubt very encouraged by Meghan Trainor. At just 21 years old, she has accomplished what many singers don't do in a lifetime.

Did you see The Voice on Tuesday night?

Spoiler alert: don't read any further if you missed the show.

Sawyer Fredericks was crowned The Voice for season eight, with Blake Shelton's Meghan Linsey as the runner-up. Adam Levine's Josh Davis came in third, with Pharrell Williams's second contestant (Sawyer Fredericks was also part of Team Pharrell) taking fourth place.

In addition to the excitement of Sawyer Frederick's winning, the crowd definitely loved watching Meghan Trainor perform.

Did you love her acoustic performance?

Kimberly Ripley

Kimberly Ripley is a freelance writer and published author from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. A wife, mom of five and ‘Nana’ to Lilly and Aiden, she loves cooking for her big family and watching HGTV in her spare time. Kim is guilty of starting way more home design projects than she can finish. Visit her at Twitter and Facebook.