Y'Anna Crawley, of Mount Rainier, Md., sat quietly for 10 weeks as other "Sunday Best" contestants received a lot of buzz from their performances on the BET "American Idol"-like TV show.

But now Crawley is in the spotlight, having been crowned the Season 2 winner of the gospel contest on Sunday.

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NPR talked with the Maryland native about her victory and her plans for the car and record contract she won.

Crawley, 32, beat out 19 finalists. And it wasn't host Kirk Franklin or judges BeBe Winans, and Erica and Tina Campbell (of Mary Mary) who made the deciding votes. It was the public.

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