As NBC's The Voice kicks off it's 10th season, singers from across the country have just one shot to show the judges they have what it takes to win.
During the first round of blind auditions, a 24-year-old El Salvador native took the stage by storm when she sang Dierks Bentley's "I Hold On."
Angie Keilhauer, now from Marietta, GA, rocked the stage with her guitar in hand, and poured her heart and soul into the passionate song. And it didn't take long for the judges to notice her incredible gift!
Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams all turned their chairs as the girl sang, letting her know they wanted her on their team.
Before asking the girl which team she wanted to be a part of, the coaches had her bring out her supportive family from backstage. Williams told the girl, "You're family happens to be louder than the whole audience out here." And with that, Keilhauer's six sisters and two other family members ran onto the stage. Talk about a support system!
Levine told the girl,
You kept getting better and better as the performance went on. And I kept believing you more and more. And there's this raw break in your voice that happens that's so impossible to control for most people, and you control it so well.
Shelton chimed in, praising the singer and saying,
There's something very undisciplined about how you performed. You are wild! ... And to have a girl take that approach in country music, it's about damn time it happens!
And who did she pick? After a tough decision between three incredible artists, the singer went with Team Blake.
We can't wait to see what she has for us next!
Check out the awesome performance below!
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