Danielle Bradbery 'The Voice' Winner Sends Message To Haters

Patricia Didelot

Danielle Bradbery is only 16 years-old and she just won The Voice and a record deal in the process.

As a younger child she was bullied, a fact that was touched on during her blind auditions, when she was introduced to millions.

Now she has some choice words for the haters that treated her so meanly and made her feel really small.

Addressing all those who "were mean to me" in school and saying "I'm not going to get anywhere in my singing career," Bradbery told the NY Daily News, "Now I'm here and they are probably still in the same place being mean."

The young artist shared a lot of information about her life and who she is throughout the personal pieces the show makes for each contestant.

Being only 16, that doesn't leave much left to know about her, said the Texan.

She told the paper, she was stunned to win The Voice and as Danielle Bradbery gets set to change her life with the opportunities that her coach Blake Shelton certainly has in store for her she takes time to reflect on what is happening to her.

"My heart will stay true to country music." she says. If given the opportunity, she would love to work with Carrie Underwood because "she's so amazing and I always loved her music and sound."

As any normal teenager she also has some celebrity crushes (one of them might come as a surprise), which she discussed.

"I think there's a lot of cute celebrities," Bradbery confessed. "Like Adam Levine (a coach on The Voice) and Hunter Hayes (who performed in the finale)."

Right now all that Danielle want is to return home and see her friends and family and celebrate her incredible victory.

"I haven't been home for a long time and I'd really like to sleep in my bed. It would be a nice time to let everything soak in and see my friends and family."

Danielle Bradbery is the youngest contestant to ever win The Voice at 16.

[Image via Helga Esteb / Shutterstock.com]