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After 25 seasons, Asher HaVon made history as the first out LGBTQ+ winner of The Voice. His victory night also marked Reba McEntire’s first win as a coach. Previous winner Sawyer Fredericks, who came out as bisexual in 2022, won in 2015 at age 16. Queer News Tonight previously reported that Asher HaVon got one of his most notable starts performing at Selma Pride in Alabama. Everyone at Hotspots Magazine Happening Out Television Network congratulates HaVon for the tremendous achievement. And of course, the LGBTQ+ community’s love of the iconic Reba McEntire.