Team Blake Adds 19-Year-Old Country Yodeler on ‘The Voice’
The Voice auditions continued last night, and the moment 19-year-old Rachel Messer took the stage it was pretty clear which team she would end up with.
The West Virginia native looked like she stepped straight out of a wild west saloon, decked out in all denim with a white leather vest featuring ruby red gemstones and long frills. The proud cowgirl then belted out a rendition of Patsy Montana's "I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart," complete with yodeling.
At first Kelly Clarkson was the lone judge to turn her chair, holding out hope that Blake would stay put. You could tell by the look in his eyes that wasn't going to be the case. Shelton eventually hit his button, much to the disappointment of Kelly because she knew her chances of landing Messer went to practically zero. To no one's surprise, Rachel chose Blake to be her coach.
Here's who everyone landed:
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