The road of Lynnea Moorer in this season of "The Voice" has been anything but smooth.
After failing to attract the judges during the Blind Auditions, the Oakland native struggled to return to the competition by defending herself against five other contestants in the first "Back to the Stage" match and joined Kelly Clarkson's team.
But then, on Tuesday night, Moorer found himself again on the block.
And again, he managed to survive.
– Lynnea Moorer (@LynneaMoorer) November 21, 2018
After Monday's Top 13 performances, United States votes sent Moorer to the last three, along with SandyRedd and Tyke James.
By needing to win an "instant salvation" through Twitter votes, the woman Clarkson has dubbed "Comeback Kid" has blown up an enthusiastic cover of "If I Do not Have You," by Alicia Keys, which made the audience roar and Clarkson will beg for your vote. .
Clarkson noted that Moorer is the "last to arrive" to the contest (after being absent from the "Comeback Stage"), so he has not had many weeks to build a fan base.
"But she's worth saving," Clarkson added. "And next week we have something so special planned, give it a try.
And when the Twitter votes arrived, the viewers did just that when SandyRedd and James were sent packing. Upon hearing his name called by host Carson Daly, Moorer broke down crying and received a big hug from his coach.
He should have been in the Voice from the beginning, he just needs more time to grow. #VozSaveLynnea
– Becca (@ BJTweets2) November 21, 2018
Moorer, a recent graduate of the Monterey Bay Academy, continues her trip next Monday on NBC.
The rest of the Top 11 consists of Kirk Jay, Reagan Strange, Chevel Shepherd, Chris Kroeze, Kennedy Holmes, Sarah Grace, DeAndre Nico, Dave Fenley, Makenzie Thomas and Kymberli Joye.