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The Buzz: Treat yourself on National Cupcake Day!

Sivada’s Cupcakery in the Avondale Shopping Center will have a special flavor for National Cupcake Day, Dec. 15.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Make Wednesday a cheat day with a cupcake on this unofficial holiday, National Cupcake Day!

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Sivada’s Cupcakery in the Avondale Shopping Center will have a special flavor for National Cupcake Day.

If you haven’t been by the cupcakery lately, Angelo Mincey is the new owner of the 12-year-old bakery.

“I purchased this from the previous owner just because I had already been a patron of the place and enjoyed the cupcakes,” Mincey said.

Mincey is carrying on the 16 rich, delicious flavors with a few new ones in the mix.

“All the recipes are the same, you know, we tweak a little bit here or create something different that wasn’t here,” Mincey said.

Mincey said Crème Brulee, wedding cake and banana pudding are the top sellers. Stop by at 11 a.m. to get those cupcakes while they last.

“Everything is baked fresh every morning and then we go until we sell out,” Mincey said.

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The Voice

This season of "The Voice" has come to an end, and for the first time ever, three people took first place.

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Sibling trio Girl Named Tom took home "The Voice" trophy Tuesday night, making it Kelly Clarksons' fourth win as a coach.

Caleb, Joshua and Bekah won $100,000 and a recording contract. 

Jacksonville's own Paris Winningham took third place but says he won the minute he made it to the finale. As for Winningham's future in music, don't fret! He's got big plans in the works.

"I'm sleeping for a solid week. I'm turning my phone off," Winningham said. "Definitely working on some music, definitely getting ready to, you know, I'm ready to hit the ground running."

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RELATED: Paris Winningham finishes in 3rd place on NBC's 'The Voice'

First Coast News sat down with Winningham's vocal coach Deb McDuffie to discuss what's next. 

"Paris wants to do a Southeastern tour. He talked about starting Miami and going up the Eastern coast of Florida and ending in Jacksonville with a big concert in Jacksonville," Mcduffie said. "We're also talking about maybe starting into Jacksonville, then going to Miami and working our way up, so he would do an opening and closing concert in Jacksonville, but we've got to get him home first and let him get some rest."