‘The Voice’ Finale: Team Blake’s Grace West Sings Patsy Cline Hit
Grace West is one of two finalists left on Blake Shelton’s final The Voice team ever. And the 19-year-old is hoping to make her coach proud and give him his final Voice career win by pulling out all the stops for her last live performances.
On Monday, during the first night of the two-night season finale, Grace West expertly covered Reba McEntire‘s 1991 hit, “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia.”
Just when we thought the teen couldn’t deliver a better performance, she proved us wrong with her cover of “She’s Got You” by Patsy Cline. The song was written by veteran songwriting legend Hank Cochran and released as a single by Patsy Cline in 1962.
“She’s Got You” was preceded by some of her best-known hits like “Crazy” and “I Fall To Pieces.” It was released the year before she died in a tragic plane crash.
Grace West has stayed in her country music lane throughout her Voice run.
West earned a two-chair turn in her Blind audition with a cover of Pam Tillis’s “Maybe It Was Memphis.” While Niall Horan and Blake Shelton both turned for the singer, Grace ultimately chose to join Team Blake as his last country artist.
Throughout the competition Grace has sang songs from legendary country artists such at The Judds (“Love is Alive”), Dolly Parton (“Here You Come Again”), Tammy Wynette (“‘Til I Can Make It On My Own”), and Randy Travis (“I Told You So”).
Grace West is hoping that by sticking to the country music she knows best, she will win The Voice trophy and give Blake Shelton the grand finale he is hoping for.
Watch Grace West sing Patsy Cline‘s “She’s Got You” in the video below.