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17-Year-Old We McDonald Turns Four Chairs on The Voice 11 (VIDEO)

Following the closing ceremony for the Rio Olympics, we got our first look at The Voice 11 Blind Auditions with a special sneak preview! And we met the uber-talented, 17-year-old Wé McDonald, who turned all four chairs with her stunning rendition of “Feeling Good”.

This is a beautiful, soulful vocal, but also incredibly bombastic and filled with grit, passion and determination. Sure, maybe I’m talking up her performance a bit, but it really is quite fantastic. Miley Cyrus is the first coach to recognize this, but Alicia Keys and Blake Shelton quickly follow. It’s Adam Levine who holds out the longest. But, sure enough, Wé gets all four chairs to turn. By the end of the performance, all four coaches are on their feet, and her family is absolutely going bonkers backstage. It’s such an awesome audition! Watch the performance video below:

17-Year-Old We McDonald Turns Four Chairs on The Voice 11 (VIDEO)

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Result: Wé McDonald chooses Team Alicia Keys!

What do you think of Wé McDonald? Sound off in the comments!

And for more on The Voice 11, watch 16-year-old crooner Riley Elmore duet with Adam Levine in one of the highlights of last night’s show!

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