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Megan Rose may only be 20 years old, but that didn’t stop her from blowing “The Voice” coaches away with a classic tune from 1967. The fresh-faced San Francisco native turned out an impressive rendition of Bobbie Gentry’s, “Ode to Billie Joe,” during her blind audition on Oct. 10.

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Taking the stage in a black hat and flowing, long dress, Megan wowed the coaches with her smoky vocals, and noticeable confidence. Blake Shelton  wasn’t able to turn around for her, as his team was already full. But, he did admit to his co-stars that she sounded good.


Meanwhile, Adam Levine and Miley Cyrus, who were still in search for that special vocalist to join their teams, pressed their buttons simultaneously.

“Please pick me, please pick me!” Miley begged, as she ran onstage to hug Megan after her performance. As for Adam, he tried his best to win Megan over by offering her his red chair to sit in and something to drink.

Miley wasn’t ready to give up though. She used her girl power plan to get Megan’s attention.

“I’m on the verge of making ‘her-story’ on ‘The Voice,’” she said. “I’m going to have the first ever all-female team.”

“True, but do you know what that means?” Adam interrupted. “That means that there [are] 11 other females that you will be forced to compete with.”

“Girls! Can I hear you?” Miley then asked the audience, as she earned cheers from the crowd.

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At that point, it seemed Megan had made up her mind.

“I pick Miley,” she said, making Miley’s team of ladies finally complete.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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