Dycia, a 17-year-old from Leavenworth, Kansas, joined Gwen's team on

Dycia, a 17-year-old from Leavenworth, Kansas, joined Gwen’s team on “The Voice” on Monday, October 3.

Screenshot “Voice”.

A Kansas teenager performed a timeless classic from 60 years ago on “The Voice,” which left two coaches fighting over it.

The four coaches on the show sat and listened for a full minute Dysia performed Patsy Cline’s song “Crazy”, but the husband-and-wife duo of Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani turned their chairs around for the Leavenworth singer.

When the coaches looked at Daisy during the blind auditions, which aired on Monday, October 3, they were surprised to see not an adult, but a high school student.

“I just thought you had an incredible voice and looked like a star. I feel great with you, and that’s half of it,” said Shelton, who later added that he was “intimidated” by the teenage singer’s uniqueness.

When Stefani spoke to Dysia, the former “No Doubt” singer said there was no one on her team like her.

“I love the quality of your voice,” Stephanie said. “You can do all the running, but you also want to just tell a story and speak from the heart.”

Dacia chose Stephanie, who later tweeted that she was sure “the winner of #TheVoice just scored.”

A viewing was held on Monday at Leavenworth Senior High School, where Daisia ​​attends.

“I never in a million years thought this would happen to me.” she told KSHB before the party. “My friends and family are here, everyone from the whole city is here, you’re here, I’m just ecstatic.”

Originally from Hampton, VirginiaDacia and her twin sister moved to Kansas when they were 12 years old to live with their aunt and uncle after their mother was beaten and killed.

“Her uncle owns and runs a jazz salon where Daisya began to sing periodically about two years ago. Now she gets a whole night to perform every week,” her member profile says. “Even though Daisia ​​is only 17 years old, with one year left before graduation, she is ready to fulfill her dream of becoming a professional singer.”

Mike Stanson covers the news in real time for McClatchy. A 2011 graduate of Western Kentucky University, he previously worked at the Paducah Sun and Madisonville Messenger as a sports reporter and at the Lexington Herald-Leader as a breaking news reporter.
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