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Claire Ryann Crosby sure is one cute kid! The five-year-old darling, who is best known for her YouTube performances with her dad, Dave Crosby, recently caught up with the coaches on season 14 of “The Voice” to ask a few questions.

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When she got to Blake Shelton, the tiny tot made sure to make him blush.

As you likely know, the country music superstar used to rock a long, shaggy mullet in the early part of his career. The ’90s look was quite a fashion trend back in that time period. But, these days, that’s not the case. So, Claire is likely unfamiliar with the old school, “party in the back”  hairstyle.

“Is it true that you had long hair at the back of your head in high school?” Claire asked Blake, while seated on a couch near the famous singer.

Blake, of course, let out a groan before admitting, “Yes, that’s true.”

“Someday that’s going to be cool again,” he then added before offering to cut Claire’s hair into the same style.

Afterwards, Claire went after the crooner’s regrettable ink on his arm. Perhaps you know that Blake has an elaborate tattoo on his forearm featuring deer tracks and barbed wire. Numerous people have already commented that the deer tracks actually look like ladybugs, so Claire wanted to set the record straight on the artwork.

“Is it true that you really have ladybug tattoos?” she asked.

“I guess its true,” Blake said as he rolled up his sleeves to show off the ink. He then asked Claire if she had “any ladybug tattoos” of her own.

“No. I used to have a cupcake tattoo,” she unexpectedly replied.

Too cute, y’all! Watch the interviews with all four coaches in the video below.

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It may seem random for Claire be part of the digital promotion for “The Voice,” but she actually has ties to the singing competition. You might remember that her dad competed on season 13. He earned a spot on Team Adam with a performance of Death Cab for Cutie’s “I Will Follow You into the Dark.” His journey on the show ended quickly though during the tough battle rounds when he challenged singer Dylan Gerard to a performance of Jackson Browne’s “Doctor, My Eyes.”

“The Voice” airs Monday and Tuesday nights on NBC.

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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