Blake Shelton and his team slay a Hank Williams Jr. song on “The Voice” YouTube/The Voice
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One person from the Top 12 was eliminated during “The Voice” live results show on Nov. 21, but before the singers found out their fate, Blake Shelton’s team shared the stage for a group performance of Hank Williams Jr.’s 1991 single “If It Will It Will.”

It was nice to see the trio of competitors in a less stressful mood for a brief moment, as they worked together to channel the country classic.

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Blake, of course, joined in on the song, and appeared alongside his 40-year-old mentee Red Marlow. The two cowboys took turns singing the verses, while strumming on their guitars. Then, Keisha Renee and Chloe Kohanski stole the spotlight for the chorus. The two female performers also abandoned their mic stands to liven up the crowd with their high energy.

And luckily for Blake’s hopefuls, none of them were sent home during the elimination portion of the episode because fans voted for them to remain in the competition.

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The two contestants who were less fortunate were Team Adam’s Jon Mero and Adam Cunningham. They landed in the bottom two and were left to perform a swan song in hopes of winning a last-minute “Instant Save” vote. In the end, Adam emerged victorious with his rendition of “Fortunate Son.”

Be sure to keep up with “The Voice” 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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