‘The Voice’ runner-up Addison Agen returns home tonight to Fort Wayne

"The Voice" final two contestants Chloe Kohanski, left, and Addison Agen, center, of Fort Wayne, support each other just before show host Carson Daly, right,  announces Kohanski had won during Tuesday night's results show finale. (Photo by Trae Patton/NBC)

"The Voice" final two contestants Chloe Kohanski, left, and Addison Agen, center, of Fort Wayne, support each other just before show host Carson Daly, right, announces Kohanski had won during Tuesday night's results show finale. (Photo by Trae Patton/NBC)

“The Voice” runner-up Addison Agen of Fort Wayne is scheduled to arrive about 10:30 p.m. today at Fort Wayne International Airport with her mother, Kristine, who has stayed with Addison in Los Angeles for the past few weeks during the show’s live competitions.

Students of Concordia Lutheran High School, where Addison is a junior, plan to be at the airport to welcome her home, the school said in a news release.

Addison and “The Voice” viewers learned just before 11 p.m. Tuesday night that Addison had finished runner-up in viewer voting to Chloe Kohanski.

Addison, Kohanski and the other members of the Final Four – Brooke Simpson and Red Marlow – sang two solo songs and a duet during Monday night’s final performance show. Each also performed a song during Tuesday night’s live results show, where they learned the results of viewer overnight and season cumulative voting.

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