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Patsy Cline only earned two #1 hits before she passed away in 1963. One of those chart-topping songs was “She’s Got You.”
“She’s Got You” was written by the great country music singer-songwriter Hank Cochran. Cline released her recording in January 1962.
The song has Cline singing about a former lover of hers who has since moved on. She laments the fact that all she has left of him are memories and mementos, while his new lady has him.
“She’s Got You” has since been remade by many artists, including Loretta Lynn, LeAnn Rimes, and Lee Ann Womack. The song was also performed by the Queen of Hearts during the Group B semi-finals of The Masked Singer‘s sixth season.
After conquering her nerves during a prior performance, the Queen of Hearts felt incredibly confident moving in to her performance of “She’s Got You.” That confidence showed in her performance.
Judge Jenny McCarthy praised the Queen of Hearts after she finished singing, saying she “enchanted all of us.” But was her performance enchanting enough to propel her forward?
The answer? Yes!
Two contestants were eliminated and unmasked at the end of the episode, but the Queen of Hearts wasn’t one of them. She and the Banana Split will now advance to the next phase of the competition!
Tune in to the video below to watch the Queen of Hearts’ extraordinary performance of “She’s Got You.” Do you have any idea who she may be?