Mid-South native Reagan Strange advances to next round on ‘The Voice’

Fellow Mid-Southerner Keith Paluso eliminated

Mid-South native Reagan Strange advances to next round on ‘The Voice’

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Mid-South native Reagan Strange was saved by America’s vote and advanced on “The Voice.”

The 14-year-old was announced during tense moments in Tuesday night's show.

Reagan is one of the youngest artists in the competition.

The Collierville native says she’s dreamed of becoming “The Voice” since watching Season 1, when she was just 6 years old.

"You can even see, the moment he said my name I immediately had tears fill my eyes, so, so grateful for everybody that voted for me and I’m so excited to move on to the top 13, which is awesome!" Reagan said. "I just want you to know how grateful I am and to the people back home in Memphis that have supported me since I was 7-years-old, I mean, thank you to everybody, everybody thank you so much! Love you guys!"

Sadly, Atoka resident Keith Paluso did not make the Final 13, but we’re sending Keith a huge High 5 for his incredible run!

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