Kane Brown and Spensha Baker Go Head-To-Head on “What Ifs” Duet During “The Voice” Finale

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Spensha Baker may have been eliminated during the finale of the "The Voice," but she went out with a bang. The fourth place finisher put on a show with country singer Kane Brown while performing his No. 1 hit "What Ifs." 

Spensha Baker may have been eliminated during the finale of the “The Voice,” but she went out with a bang. The fourth place finisher put on a show with country singer Kane Brown while performing his No. 1 hit “What Ifs.”

Taking over for Lauren Alaina, who is featured on the song with Kane, Spensha worked the audience, going toe-to-toe on the duet with Kane. The Georgia native made a return appearance after performing his hit “Heaven” on the previous week’s episode.

The finale episode was filled with incredible performances from Jason Aldean, Julia Michaels, Jennifer Hudson and more. But it was the win by 15-year-old Brynn Cartelli that gave Kelly Clarkson a win and bragging rights of the night.

Team Kelly, defeated Team Blake Shelton’s Spensha Baker and Kyla Jade and Team Alicia Keys’ Britton Buchanan. Stay tuned for Season 15 as Kelly takes on Blake, Adam and returning coach Jennifer Hudson.

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