'Voice' winner Danielle Bradbery debuts first single 'The Heart of Dixie' on 'Today'

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danielle-bradbery-the-heart-of-dixie-today-show-nbc.jpgIt's only been a short month since Danielle Bradbery's life changed and she won Season 4 of NBC's "The Voice," but the 16-year-old country cutie already has her first single out.

Bradbery appeared on the "Today" show on Wednesday (July 17) to perform "The Heart of Dixie" publicly for the first time. The song, which was made available for purchase on Tuesday, is already No. 1 on the iTunes country chart.

Of her sudden fame, Bradbery tells hosts Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford, "It's crazy to think I was singing in my room and I did not like people like looking at my when I sang. It's a big difference from how I feel now."

When asked about whether she plans to return to high school (she's only a junior), Bradbery giggles and says, "I don't want to miss homecoming or anything."

Be sure to watch Danielle's performance below:

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