Mary Sarah Dedicates Emotional Cover Of Carrie Underwood’s ’So Small’ To Brother

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Season 10 of The Voice may just be the year a woman is crowned the winner for the first time in five seasons.

The female presence on The Voice this season is extraordinary! From Team Adam’s Shalyah Fearing, to Team Christina’s Alisan Porter and Team Pharrell’s two ladies, Emily Keener and Hannah Huston, this season is packed with female talent.

One female singer we’ve kept our eye on is Team Blake’s Mary Sarah. She has stood out to us since her blind audition and continues to wow us each week.

This week, she took on a tall order by covering Carrie Underwood’s 2007 hit “So Small”. The song calls for a strong soprano voice, and Sarah delivered just that.

As the camera panned to her coach, Shelton looked very pleased with her performance as he nodded along to the beat.

“You know how I know that you did your job?” he asked her during his critique. “Because I completely got wrapped up in the lyrics of that song. I don’t know that I have ever really paid attention to what that song was about. You delivered the message to me tonight.”

Sarah’s goal was to deliver the meaningful message, and she succeeded. She dedicated the performance to her brother, who was born premature and struggles with diabetes, and we’re sure he is so proud of her. 

Watch her performance below.

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