Grace West Performs Reba McEntire Hit During “Voice” Finale

Grace West Performs Reba McEntire Hit During “Voice” Finale | Classic Country Music | Legendary Stories and Songs Videos

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Grace West has made her mark on The Voice this year.

She turned heads – well…chairs – during her Blind Audition when she performed Pam Tillis’ “Maybe It Was Memphis.” Ultimately, she landed on Team Blake. It may have been the obvious choice, but it was also the right choice! Blake also used his very last chair turn on her.

Throughout the competition, Grace has stuck close to her country roots, performing classic songs like Tammy Wynette’s “‘Til I Can Make It on My Own,” Randy Travis’ “I Told You So,” and “Here You Come Again” by Dolly Parton.

Related: “Voice” Standout Grace West Wows With “Unbelievable” Tammy Wynette Cover

Grace has consistently blown us away with her incredible tone, and the finale was no different. One of the songs she performed was “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia,” which was a hit for Season 23 Mega Mentor (and future Voice coach) Reba McEntire in 1991.

After her take on this song, which was originally sung by singer, comedian, and actress Vicki Lawrence, it’s clear that the audience loves her! She might just take home the trophy Tuesday night (May 23).

Watch her incredible performance of “The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia” below.

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