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1. A woman taking the top prize
We've seen some staggeringly amazing female vocalists on the first two seasons, from the demure and adorable Dia Frampton (above) in Season 1, to the powerhouse rocker Juliet Simms in Season 2. Sprinkle in a few more women like Season 1's Beverly McClellan and Vicki Martinez, and Season 2's Kim Yarborough -- who all have pipes enough to lay out the plumbing for an entire housing development -- and "The Voice" certainly has its fair share of female talent. Heck, a few have even been among the show's finalists. But the winners thus far have been men. And that's just not cool. It's about time a lady takes home the win.
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Sep. 4, 2012