Keisha Renee Keeps Her Spot on #TeamBlake After Knockout Performance of Lee Ann Womack's "I Hope You Dance"

Keisha Renee Keeps Her Spot on #TeamBlake After Knockout Performance of Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance”

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On night number two of knockouts on “The Voice,” aspiring country artist Keisha Renee went up against Kathrina Feigh on behalf of #TeamBlake.


Kathrina did an incredible performance of Alicia Keys’ “Girl on Fire,” while Keisha took on Lee Ann Womack’s hit “I Hope You Dance,” dedicating the performance to her daughter.

Keisha’s powerful voice instantly got the crowd on their feet and had the judges mesmerized, earning her a spot on Blake’s team as we head into the live stage finals.

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