The fact that Brennley Brown's first experience in a sing-off came in the semifinals of "The Voice" shows just how dominant the young singer has - From VVdailypress.com
Week after week the 15-year-old Apple Valley native received enough votes from fans across the country to safely advance on NBC's singing competition, never finding herself near the bottom and in a do-or-die situation.
Pitted against fellow semifinalists Hunter Plake and Jesse Larson in a three-person sing-off — Lauren Duski, Aliyah Moulden and Chris Blue all automatically advanced to the finals as the top vote-getters, while TSoul and Vanessa Ferguson fell in the bottom two and were eliminated — Brennley sang "Warrior" by Demi Lovato in what she hoped wouldn't be her last performance on "The Voice" stage.
Unfortunately it was, as Larson edged out Brennley and Plake in the final tally of votes on Twitter, ending a run on the show that saw the country-music loving teenager go from one of 46,000 who auditioned to finishing in the top 6.
Although she had hoped to reach the finals so that she could perform one of her original songs, the Excelsior Charter School freshman told the Daily Press last week that the last few months had been "the most incredible experience" and that she was just happy she'd gotten the chance to share her music and "to encourage and inspire other artists my age that they can do anything." Original content available for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons license, except where noted.