If you've been wondering what Danielle Bradbery has been up to since winning 'The Voice' for Team Blake Shelton, you're about to find out. Bradbery dished about her personal life and career in a recent radio interview.

Bradbery took some time to chat with the Wakeup Crew at K102 out of Minnesota last week. Since the 16-year-old took home the crown on the reality television show, she said things have been happening really quickly for her career.

"It came really fast, and I'm trying to keep up with everything," 'The Heart of Dixie' singer admitted. "So far, so good."

Part of Bradbery's winnings included a contract with Big Machine Records. Before winning the show, the young country singer had no idea which record label she would get to work with. Now she's excited to share a label with so many country music heavy hitters.

"I didn't really know, but once I did hear about it I was shocked," she said. "I mean, Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts and so many more -- they're all so amazing. And now I get to share it with them. It's awesome!"

Although Bradbery is young, she was lucky to receive some sage career advice from Shelton during her stint on 'The Voice.' Shelton encouraged her to really put herself into every song, even when she can't quite relate to the words.

"He just always told me about getting into my song, and even if I'm 16 and the words are a little mature and I can't really relate to them, just imagine somebody else in that situation," she said.

Of course, life isn't all work and no play for Bradbery. She doesn't have a boyfriend, but she did reveal that her celebrity crush is Channing Tatum. So, it sounds like she's still having fun being a typical teenage girl.

This past year has been so busy that Bradbery -- who will turn 17 this summer -- hasn't even had time to get her driver's license yet. Maybe she'll climb on a tour bus soon and she won't need to worry about driving for another year!

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