Mason native moves on in singing reality TV show

Warren native Michael Williams didn't win the Monday night time episode of the NBC singing competitors "The Voice," however he did get a second likelihood.

18-year-old Mason, who acts on Kings Island, confronted Allegra Miles. After singing a duet of "How will I know" by Whitney Houston, Williams was praised by well-known judges. Kelly Clarkson stated Williams has "a fantastic software for a voice" and John Legend stated he has "attain … energy and management. All of the stuff you need from a fantastic singer. Blake Shelton stated it was not a battle between the 2 , "It was a fantastic duo".

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Miles defeated Williams when famed choose Nick Jonas named her the winner of the battle. Nonetheless, moments later, Jonas saved Williams, who will now compete within the new 4-Approach Knockout in opposition to artists saved from the opposite coaches. On the prime of the ultimate Knockouts episode, the vote will open for the US to decide on which of the 4 artists advances within the competitors after their performances.

On prime of the primary stay present, "Voice" presenter Carson Daly will reveal which of the 4 artists was voted for by America, and that artist will proceed to stay exhibits along with his unique group.

Take a look at the duet between Williams and Miles here. Your blind listening to is out there here. "The Voice" airs at eight p.m. Mondays on NBC.

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