LDS teen Hanna Eyre is headed to the next round on NBC’s “The Voice” after winning her battle round during the Monday, March 27, episode.
Hanna, 15, of Laguna Niguel, California, competed against Sheena Brook, 33, of Fort Myers Beach, Florida, as they performed a dueling duet of “Try” by Pink.
“It never gets easy to make these decisions especially when it’s so spectacular,” coach Adam Levine said before announcing Hanna as the winner.
Their sing-off was one of three briefly shown during a montage.
Levine was one of three coaches who turned their chairs for Hanna during the blind auditions, and Hanna picked Levine to be her coach. During the battle rounds, the coaches, including Levine, Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys, pair the singers on their teams for the battle round sing-offs.
Celebrity mentors also help the contestants. Levine’s team worked with singer/songwriter John Legend.
Hanna’s photo on “The Voice” website shows her wearing her Young Womanhood Recognition Award of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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, their coaches again pair up the competitors, but they sing different songs. After the knockout rounds are the live performances.
Two Utah teens are also competing on “The Voice.” Aaliyah Rose, 14, of Provo, won her battle round and moves to the knockout round as part of Team Gwen.
Still to perform is Draper teen Lauryn Judd, 16, who is on Keys' team. It's expected her battle round will be shown Tuesday, March 28.
“The Voice” airs Monday and Tuesday evenings on NBC.
Hanna Eyre vs. Sheena Brook on 'The Voice'