Lauren Alaina Is The Grand Champion Of Country Whuppin’
After 3 and a half years, we have retired the Country Whuppin'. Many songs have competed and only 31 songs got the honor of the Country Whuppin' Hall of Fame with 5 straight wins. After all the voting was over, only one artist survived as the Grand Champion of the Country Whuppin'!
Even though there were 10 finalists in the voting, Lauren Alaina dominated the competition with over 50% of the vote. Lauren first entered the Hall of Fame in February of 2012 with her song "Georgia Peaches"
She made the Country Whuppin' Hall of Fame a second time in August of that year with her Carrie Underwood penned tune, "18 Inches."
She defeated not only her American Idol sister, Underwood, but also big competition from The Voice alums, Danielle Bradbery and Jared Blake. Also, big props go to newcomer, McKenna Faith, our very last Country Whuppin' Hall of Famer for hanging tough with these artists!