Lauren Duski, Aliyah Moulden & Brennley Brown Safe Among ‘The Voice’ Top 10
All three country girls are safe following The Voice Top 11 eliminations on Tuesday night (May 2). Fan-favorites Lauren Duski and Aliyah Moulden of Team Blake Shelton and Team Gwen Stefani's Brennley Brown were all voted through by America to advance to the Top 10 during Season 12 of the show.
The first singer of the night to be saved from elimination was Duski, who's quickly became a standout star on The Voice. Her performance of "Somewhere in My Broken Heart" by Billy Dean offered a poignant approach, while her rendition of "Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good" was also well-received by critics — so much so that Lee Ann Womack herself reached out to the star to congratulate her on the performance.
Brown was the second country act to learn she is advancing to the next round and is safe in the Top 10. Overcome with joy after hearing her name called, Brown went into the audience to hug her mom. Her coach, Stefani, was just as thrilled with the outcome, holding Brown's hand up in victory on the stage as the crowd cheered in support. Brown earned America's vote after performing the lovely ballad "River" by Joni Mitchell on Monday (May 1), adding her own country twist to the classic song.
Moulden was the second singer from Shelton's team to be saved from the chopping block. Taking on a range of songs during the competition, she's wowed the crowd with everything from Carrie Underwood's "Before He Cheats" to the jazzy "Take It Back" by Reba McEntire, the latter of which won her a spot in the Top 10. She and Brown are the two youngest performers on the show, both competing at the age of 15.
The country ladies fight for a spot in the Top 9 during Monday's (May 8) episode when The Voice airs at 8PM ET on NBC.
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