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Aaliyah Rose of Provo performs during the battle rounds on "The Voice" on Tuesday, March 21, 2017.

Provo YouTube star Aaliyah Rose is headed to the next round on NBC’s “The Voice.”

Aaliyah, 14, was in the Tuesday, March 21, episode of the battle rounds and sang “Treat You Better” against Savannah Leighton, 16, of Spring Garden, Alabama. Both were on coach Gwen Stefani’s team after the blind auditions.

“You were unbelievable,” Stefani said before picking Aaliyah to win. “That vibrato blows my mind.”

Leighton congratulated Aaliyah on social media sharing on Instagram that Aaliyah is “such a sweet and loving soul.. so blessed to have met her and to have shared the stage with her.. she's seriously amazing.”

During the battle rounds, each of the four coaches — Stefani, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Alicia Keys — pair the singers on their teams for dueling duets and another musical artist comes in to help mentor the singers. Those on Stefani’s team worked with singer Celine Dion.

After the performance, the coach picks a winner and each coach has the option to steal two of the remaining artists for their teams during each round.

During the knockout round, the competitors are again paired up by their coaches but sing different songs. After the knockout round is the live performances.

“The Voice” airs on Monday and Tuesday evenings on NBC. Still to perform are two teens who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Draper teen Lauryn Judd, 16, who is on Keys' team, and Hanna Eyre, 15, of Laguna Niguel, California, who is on Levine’s team.